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REU on Smart Computing and Communications UMBC

Greetings from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. We are planning to conduct a virtual summer 2021 REU on Smart Computing and Communications (June 7 – August 13, 2021) in the College of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Could you please help forward this opportunity to your undergraduate students and encourage them to apply? It would be a great help if you could help forward this to any of your other contacts as well. Thanks in advance for helping us to broadcast this event.

Computer Programming part-time/full time Position

Start date: Summer 2021 Description: A research assistant position is available at the iWERS group ( of University of South Carolina with the focus on developing web-based applications, using ArcGIS Web AppBuilder, for spatial analysis of environmental impacts from civil engineering projects. This position can cover, considering student’s performance, either student’s hourly salary for up to 20 hours per week or full coverage of tuition + salary for one student during the academic year. Students from all levels and disciplines are encouraged to contact Dr. Erfan Goharian about this position. However, graduate students from Engineering and computer science are preferred. Minimum Requirements
  • Computational proficiency (coding in JAVA and HTML)
  • Strong background in building web apps
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral
Preferred Skills and Experience
  • Experience working with open-source modular JavaScript libraries, in particular Dojo Toolkit
  • Experience working with ArcGIS Web AppBuilder
  • Experience with ArcGIS
How to apply Interested candidates should send their current C.V. via email to Dr. Erfan Goharian

Student Programming Position-Research Project

Description: The student will work with the research team to collect video game data from a public website. The student will develop code to access the website's API endpoints to collect user data in a usable format for the research team. Specifications:
  • Applicants should have experience in a coding language (python, java, etc.)
  • Prefer applicants who also have experience with web scrapping
  • Ability to make weekly progress toward objectives
  • Highly reliable with good communication skills
Contact: Caitlin Ray

Student Programming Job

The student will work with a team of engineers and chemists to help develop a programming solution to optimize black-box thermodynamic software calculations. The student will have additional opportunities in developing software involved in peer reviewed publications. Desired qualifications:
  • Competence developing Python scripts for data processing (or other data science experience/language).
  • Ability to effectively communicate with collaborators across a spectrum of fields and experience.
  • Time availability to allow significant weekly progress.
Contact Theodore M. Besmann, PhD Professor and SmartState Chair Director, General Atomics Center for Transformational Nuclear Technologies University of South Carolina Horizon Bldg. I, Room 434 541 Main Street Columbia, SC 29208 E-mail:

Remote Student Job, Heckeldex Organization

Description | Develop an online crowdsourced image database for the chronology and sorting of musical instruments of historic value. This database will host a large collection of images, and should be searchable. Images submitted go to “admin” after which they are cleared, and published on the database. Should be able to run on any device (Windows, IOS, etc.). Creation of this database, titled “Heckeldex” will serve as an educational resource for other musicians and music history students funded by the University of South Carolina in collaboration with other School of Music students. Specifications | Applicants should have experience in web design, specifically CSS and CSS frameworks. Preferred experience with React & VueJS. Work timeline is flexible, but a working model is slated to be in the works within the coming weeks (April, 2021). Duration | An estimated maximum of 25 hours of labor depending on applicant experience and front-end design required. Future maintenance may be asked depending on applicant interest. Funding for this project is provided by the University of South Carolina School of Music & Undergraduate Research. Interested Applicants contact project lead, Avery Dabe (803)-760-4993

Information Technology Co-Op at Schaeffler

Schaeffler, a global automotive and industrial supplier, is seeking a Co-Op student for our IT department at our Fort Mill, SC location. The Co-Op will be a student who is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in the IT field. The Co-Op would start in May 2021 and work until the start of the fall semester. After attending school for the fall semester, the Co-Op would return to work at Schaeffler in January 2022 and continue alternating work/school until graduating. More details on Handshake.

Two Internships at Nephron Pharmaceuticals. Also Full-time Positions.

Front End Developer (Intern)

Person will support Software & Web Development (SWD) by working alongside to assist development of graphical based applications and/or web applications to support the needs of our transition towards digital workflow. SWD will (1) utilize healthy knowledge of the html/css/js languages and optionally python/php to develop applications based in Django python web framework. Additionally, SMD should be able to (2) design palatable user interfaces given a specific function and cause.

Software Developer (Intern)

Person should have a strong programming background in low and high level programming languages such as C/C++/Python/Java. The Software developer should be able to (1) comfortably use a language to create a tool or program to solve problems. The software developer should have strong programming fundamentals (2) to collaborate with other developers using git, (3) have clear documentation, and (4) write readable and reusable code. I just want to make a minor change to the job posting to reflect internships and full time positions. We would love to hire a few aspiring seniors looking for full time positions along with interns. If interested contact Lam Nguyen Jr. Computer Engineer Engineering Smart Manufacturing Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation 4500 12th Street Extension West Columbia, SC 29172 Kaishu Xia Research Engineer Smart Manufacturing Team Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Master Modeler Competition 2021

Hosted by the University of South Carolina, Emory University and Atlanta University Center Data Science Initiative. This competition, sponsored by Boeing, is intended as an experiential learning opportunity for students, and a way to give back to the community to help support our data sponsor, ERASE Child Trafficking. Get all the details here.

Covax Mobile Application

Looking for three students interested in helping create a COVID-19 vaccination verification and registration mobile application that’s intended to be used at academic institutions. The first phase of the project is to create a prototype to be used at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville. Due to the circumstances of this pandemic there’s need for urgency to push this through. We are pushing to have this prototype out before March. Then we will continue on with simple services until we work to push into market. This will be a great experience for students. Especially for those working on a capstone project. We will be also be pushing to present this at a national academic conference. Skills Needed: Must be able to code for both android and iOS. Ex. Dart, Java, Swift, Kotlin, React Native, etc Tareq Hailat President, Class of 2024 M.D. Candidate (803) 439-7000

E4 Carolinas Seeks Interns for Energy Cluster Studies

We are seeking two students:
  • one with interest and skill in the area of data analytics and visualization; and
  • another with an interest and skill in the energy industry and policy and/or economics.
The interns will work under the supervision of Lukas Brun (see attached media release). They will devote 10 to 15 hours per week to their projects. The internships start as soon as students may be recruited and extend through the Spring Semester with the opportunity for the internship to extend through the Summer Semester. Inquiries should be directed to Lukas Brun (copied).

Undergraduate Research Experiences in Security and Privacy for Mobile Sensing and the Internet of Things

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. For the year 2021, the program will run from May 26 / 2021 to July 28 / 2021. This site is supported by the NSF CISE REU program. Students will be awarded a stipend of $5,400 plus meals and housing allowance. The application process will close on March 12 /2021. Awardees will be notified from March to the beginning of April 2021. U.S. Citizenship or permanent residency is required. Women, minorities and students with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Information about the program can be found at .

Smart Manufacturing at Nephron

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! Positions: All details are on the links, as well as the job description. Applicants need to apply to be considered.

UofSC National Big Data Health Science Conference

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!

Mobile App Development Positions Available

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. The students will be paid $1,000 each and will receive the payment in increments as they complete checkpoints throughout the development of the app. To find out more information please email

Undergraduate Research in Wireless, Mobile, and Autonomous Systems

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. Here are a few links related to our projects…… If you are interested, please contact with your CV, background, and research interests.

IT Summer Intern 2021

Division: Thompson Construction Group
City: Sumter
State: South Carolina
Basic Scope/Purpose: 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. Job Responsibilities: This role will provide technical assistance to end users and will document, track and monitor problems to enhance employees technology experience. The position will be part of the Corporate IT organization that supports cutting edge technology including Sage, SAP B1, SharePoint, Exchange, VMWare, SQL Server, and other Microsoft software and hardware products.

  • Manage help desk ticketing queue
  • Resolve first-tier support issues; route second and third-tier support issues to appropriate IT support staff.
  • Technology inventory management control.
  • Install, configure and maintain Windows laptops and desktops.
  • Troubleshoot and repair computer hardware and peripherals.
  • Install, configure, debug and resolve remote access (VPN) connectivity to the corporate office and satellite offices.
  • User administration for phone system and Windows domain.
  • Quote, purchase, and track computer related orders.

Job Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in a collegiate degree seeking program
  • Expertise with the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of Microsoft Operating Systems and Microsoft Office Applications;
  • Excellent customer service skills;
  • Experience with troubleshooting and repairing laptops and PCs; mobile devices; imaging solutions or software; ticket management system experience a plus;
  • Experience with troubleshooting and supporting Apple products is a plus;
  • General understanding of basic network and infrastructure technologies;
  • Strong communication skills and ability to explain technological solutions to colleagues with a wide range of computer knowledge;
  • Strong ability to prioritize, manage and complete multiple tasks accurately and efficiently;
  • Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be able to pass background check and drug screen. Apply here