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The TSYS School of Computer Science at Columbus State University is pleased to host an NSF CISE REU Site in Security and Privacy for Mobile Sensing and the Internet of Things. In our program, undergraduate students will participate in a 9-week research experience at Columbus State University (Columbus, GA) in researching problems and issues related to security, privacy, authentication, data integrity, and malware for Mobile Sensing and the Internet of Things. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 REU@CSU will be run virtually/online with mentors from CSU.
Please find three links for IT positions in a Smart Manufacturing team at Nephron. I would appreciate dissemination to help us find the best folks for the job!
The 2nd Annual Big Data Health Science Case Competition will be held virtually between January 29 – 31, 2021 before the University of South Carolina’s National Big Data Health Science Conference, scheduled for February 5 – 6, 2021. Last year’s winner was Duke University, so it is time for others to compete to dethrone them. The Big Data Case Competition is intended to provide enthusiastic teams of graduate and senior undergraduate students with the opportunity to apply their knowledge to the analysis of big datasets in healthcare. This year’s challenge will focus on solving the inappropriate use of healthcare using a data analytics approach. Each participating team will analyze the case and datasets. During this period, the teams must identify the most prominent issues and develop a strategy to address key issues to help healthcare organizations achieve their goals of reducing inappropriate care utilization. Team members will work together to present their methods, analyses, and results at the Big Data Health Science Center Case Competition virtually. A panel of industry and academic experts will judge the presentations based on each team’s use of full analytics tools/processes, from framing the problem to data use, model building, innovation and communicating the solutions to decision-makers.
Registration For Case Competition Is Now Open!
Looking for students to build a mobile app. The structure of the app will be very similar to a social media platform like Instagram, but it’s function will be different. The work will be completed remotely so students must be able to use zoom for meetings and have flexibility for meeting times. There will be multiple students (possibly from different universities) working on this.
Professor Sur at the CSE department is looking for undergraduate researchers for multiple exciting projects on 5G and 6G networks, autonomous cars and drones, extended reality, etc., funded by the National Science Foundations, Texas Instruments, Google/Waymo. This is a paid position. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
Division: Thompson Construction Group
State: South Carolina
At Thompson Construction, our internships provide a meaningful, hands-on experience to prepare you for a career in the IT industry. As a summer intern you will assist with our first level response and resolution of help desk incident tickets. This role is the front line point person for all customer service-related technology questions and will coordinate with the IT team and across the organization to ensure quality resolution in a timely manner. You will also aid the team to insure all new hires have the resources they need to be successful, this will include a laptop, cell phone and iPad. The IT team will also look to you for help with the growing company's needs, working to reach innovative solutions to our daily problems. The ideal candidate will have an established background supporting Windows end users on laptops and desktop computers running a wide range of applications.
The nonpartisan, nonprofit, Partnership for Public Service is currently accepting applications to the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative, a unique cross-sector opportunity for students in cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related fields, including computer science, engineering, information science and mathematics. Learn more about our first cohort here. The deadline to submit an application is November 13.
Looking for a capable undergraduate student in developing a mobile application (IOS and Android) with a fellow USC student. The mobile application is a straightforward idea and should not take too much time. Must be able to discuss via Zoom or in-person in Columbia the idea. Will be compensated for your time upwards of $200 based on performance. Looking for someone to help brainstorm ideas and solve problems with it too.
1) Must be US citizen( due to funding resource requirement)
2) Will work in the exciting area of Artificial intelligence & Machine learning for materials discovery with Dr. Jianjun Hu of Computer science and Dr. Ming Hu at Mechanical Engineering
3) For master students, it can be 20 hours/week for undergraduate, 10 hours/week