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Summer C++ Internship in Athens, GA

I am a research scientist working at the Russell Research Center, USDA-ARS at Athens, GA. We are looking for a summer intern (a C++ programmer) who can help us develop a highspeed hyperspectral imaging system. Position Information: Temporary Summer Job (May – August, 2009) Starting Date: Immediately (negotiable) Who May Be Considered: Applications will be accepted from United States citizens/nationals. Foreign nationals can be also employed with restrictions. Job Summary: C/C++ Software Developer/Engineer sought to work for the Quality & Safety Assessment Research Unit (QSARU) of Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Athens, GA. The QSARU conducts research programs in the areas of measurement technologies to solve the most demanding agricultural and food quality and safety measurement problems. You will be responsible for the development, maintenance, and testing of computer software involving highspeed acquisition, process and save/display of hyperspectral images as well as the machine vision algorithm implementation. Other responsibilities will include participating in experiments for testing the imaging system and participating in the software design/development for the next generation hyperspectral imaging system. Qualifications: What you need is: - Strong programming skills with the ability to perform graphical user-interface (GUI) and multi-threaded programming using Microsoft Visual C++. - Strong communication skills Experience in machine vision technology involving real-time acquisition and display of digital videos is a big plus. So, if you think you are eligible, please apply now. How To Apply: Email/send your resume to Dr. Seung-Chul Yoon Contact Information: Seung Chul Yoon, Ph.D. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service P.O. Box 5677 Russell Research. Center Athens, GA 30604-5677, USA Phone: (706) 546-3205 Fax: (706) 546-3607 Email:

Midnight Engineering: Entrepeneurial Stories

Dear Engineering and Computing Students and Faculty, You are invited to attend a special event on Monday, April 20th at 6:30 PM in the Faculty Lounge. Several former graduates, now technology entrepreneurs, will share their experiences with you in a session entitled "Midnight Engineering." You will learn about success stories involving former USC engineering graduates and will learn about new opportunities for creating and running your own company. They are based here in South Carolina and will help you make your entrepreneural dreams a reality. The presenters have run companies both large and small, and bring many years of senior management experience and success. You can count on them sharing some good anecdotes from their startup experiences. Pizza and soft drinks provided.

Part-Time Developer at Michelin, Lexington

I will give a job description of a part-time position at Michelin Lexington Facility. Work hours are flexible and the minimum is 20 hours per week. We are looking for a student to assist with the development of IT systems for operational use and maintain existing information systems. Developer/Web Developer Position requirements:
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Interviewing users, clarifying requirements, designing, developing, testing, documenting and implementing applications
  • Familiarity with networked-applications.
  • Experience with the following is required: TCP/IP and internet standards and protocols (HTTP, LDAP, etc)
  • Web programming experience, especially dynamic pages with Coldfusion would be an asset.
  • Basic System administration (Windows server preferred).
  • Software design techniques such as data flow, entity relationship diagrams, and object models a benefit.
  • Experience with databases (Access, SQL server and Oracle preferred) and writing complex queries.
Apply at JobMate (hint: that big link on the right column).

Summer Intership in Charleston

HAWKES LEARNING SYSTEMS SUMMER INTERNSHIP! Hawkes Learning Systems, a software company located in Charleston, is looking for candidates for a paid summer internship. As an intern, you will gain experience with
  • automated software testing
  • .NET, Ajax, and Flex
  • test-driven/agile development environment
  • and much more!
For more information or to apply, contact: Marcel Prevuznak (843) 571-2825

Part-Time Database Manager

South Carolina Academy of Science Headquartered in downtown Columbia Part-Time Database Manager The South Carolina Academy of Science (SCAS) is an interdisciplinary non profit organization which promotes and fosters science education and research in the state. As a membership organization with members at high schools, colleges and universities across the state, the Academy maintains a great deal of database information. Seeking individual with expertise and experience in Access and SQL 2007. Also must be capable of integrating web scripts into the databases. Undergraduate degree or undergraduate student in computer sciences, with experience in working with commercial databases. Responsibilities: Linking numerous online registration forms to databases Managing and conditioning of existing databases Work closely with accounting to create database accountability in online payments and registration fees Offering: Part-time salary Flexible hours Potential for full time recruitment Perfect position for graduate or undergrad students, summer work hours available. Inquire with resume to James Powell, Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

PostDoc at Naval Research Lab

Postdoc Position (Optics/Imaging) at Naval Research Laboratory SSC The Naval Research Laboratory at Stennis Space Center, MS (NRLSSC) invites applications for a postdoctoral scientist to conduct research in our cutting- edge optical scattering and imaging program in underwater environments. The successful candidate will conduct studies that include development, parameterization, testing, analysis and application of models and systems that compensate for loss of imaging resolution due to scattering by both particles and turbulence in water. Training in optics and related field is required. Research experience in at least one of the following areas is highly desired: speckle imaging, numerical modeling (radiative transfer), adaptive optics, image restoration algorithms, and active/passive imaging systems. Skills in in-situ measurements of optical properties, turbulence simulation and measurements, are also preferred. The candidate is expected to conduct experiments both in lab and at sea, in a team environment. The candidate is highly encouraged to develop his/her own research program into potential Navy applications. US citizenship or permanent residency (Green Card) is required. The two year program can be extended. Detailed requirement and program information (including the yearly stipend level around $69k, travel and relocation) can be found on the official website: Inquiries about the position should be made directly to: Dr. Will (Weilin) Hou, Code 7333, Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, MS 39529, Telephone 228-688-5257,email

Web Development in Columbia

The Web Developer will work closely with the entire development team, Information Architects, Designers and other developers, to realize the optimal client solution. The ideal candidate will possess extensive, jaw-dropping knowledge of HTML, DHTML, CSS, ASP, ASP.NET, JavaScript, SQL, Section 508 compliance, cross-browser compatibility issues, and browser degradation strategies. Required Qualities A Web Developer must possess the following qualities:
  • Strong affinity for the Internet and the digital lifestyle.
  • Desire to learn and leverage the latest Web technologies.
  • Detail-oriented and highly organized.
  • Creative problem-solving skills, an investigative mentality, and a love of logical thinking.
  • Be committed to delivering solutions on time and within budget.
RESPONSIBILITIES Help create high-end, effective Websites. Participate in requirements gathering sessions with development team. Use site maps, wireframes, and requirements documentation to code the solution. Communicate externally and internally Work with internal team to resolve any issues encountered during project development. Present final solution to client. Work closely with client in support after final project delivery. REQUIREMENTS / SKILLS
  • Highly proficient in Website production (e.g., XHTML, XML, CSS, etc.).
  • Extensive experience working with Web development tools (e.g. Visual Studio, FrontPage, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, etc.).
  • Ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines.
EDUCATION BA or higher in the following field is preferred:
  • Computer Science.
EXPERIENCE At least 1 year of experience as a Web Developer. If you lack this, you will have to WOW us with your innate understanding of the medium, outstanding skills, and ability to grasp and execute the position’s requirements. EVALUATION CRITERIA Applicants evaluated based on experience, portfolio, interview and references 717 Lady Street, Suite H | Columbia, SC 29201 | | (803) 252-9896 X1 Rusty Farrell President