I am writing to invite you to join the Gamecock Math Club, which is open to all UofSC students, and possibly Pi Mu Epsilon, which is the math honor society. We are a little later than usual getting the semester started, but I am very excited about our upcoming events. All our events will be remote for the fall semester. The first official PME/GMC event will be Initiation on Tuesday, September 29. Please consider joining the club! I have attached the full application for Fall 2020.
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I am the outreach chair of FEMMESHacks, a hackathon-inspired event for high school girls in the Raleigh-Durham area. FEMMESHacks is designed to introduce girls to technology and computer science and inspire them to pursue these fields! This year, we’re transitioning to a virtual event, and we would love to have volunteers from USC join us. We hope to expand our event to reach more participants in North Carolina and beyond.
Here is the volunteer interest form:
UofSC Research Computing is seeking an undergraduate to participate in a Deep Learning (DL) optimization and High Performance Computing (HPC) benchmarking project. The successful candidate will conduct work on state-of-art industry-level HPC clusters, high performance storage, and GPU accelerators. Duties will include setting up a benchmarking suite in a parallel cluster environment, building necessary libraries, writing shell scripts to build frameworks, and optimizing DL training models.
Looking for student intern to develop app for manufacturing company to track company’s daily production status
Use on iPhones and iPads
Ability to export data to computer or cloud
Must have experience with creating apps
Have a shareable portfolio
Must sign non-disclosure agreement (company production processes are confidential)
As most of you know, the Center for Digital Humanities each years seeks to hire talented young CS students or students in other majors with comparable skills for its projects. I’m writing to ask you all for referrals of students you have been particularly impressed with or have heard about.
Internships are typically 10 hours per week. Under the COVID circumstances, work may be done remotely. We have openings on at least two projects, with prospects for several kinds of work:
For this entry-level position, I am just looking for someone who has graduated (or will graduate in Dec) and has taken SQL classes and/or can program in C# or Java.
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