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Yearly Archives: 2017

Dr. Nabavi and Fatima Zare Win Best Poster Competition

Congratulations to Professor Sheida Nabavi and Fatima Zare for winning the best poster award at the recent Association for Computing Machinery Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics held in Boston. They presented their research project entitled “Bias and Noise Cancellation for Robust Copy Number Variation Detection” and according to Fatima, “the high-throughput next […]

read more | November 3, 2017


Faculty opening at UMass Dartmouth

The Department of Electrical and Computer (ECE) at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the assistant/associate professor level beginning in September 2018. The Department is looking to fill a need in the areas of Internet of Things and Smart & Secure Infrastructure Systems. Candidates with expertise in embedded […]

read more | November 2, 2017


Tenure-track faculty openings at CCSU

Central Connecticut State University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Computer Science (CS) Department beginning August 2018. Responsibilities include teaching a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate computer science courses for majors and non-majors, serving on departmental and university committees, advising students, and conducting scholarly research. Candidates are expected to […]

read more | October 16, 2017


Quality Engineer with The Hartford

  Overview: At The Hartford, everything we create is of the utmost quality. As a Quality Assurance professional here, you will have a passion for delivering exceptional end-user experiences. As an integral part of our Automation CoE team, you will provide automation services to the Enterprise Quality Assurance team and it’s customers.    Your core […]

read more | October 13, 2017


Multiple openings at Wellesley College

Wellesley College invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position, a Lecturer position, and a Lab Instructor position in Computer Science. If interested, please see the announcements on our website: https://www.wellesley.edu/cs/facultysearches

read more | October 12, 2017


Tenure-track Faculty position at Cal. State University, Fullerton

The Computer Engineering Program in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) invites dynamic faculty candidates to apply for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin August 2018. As chair of the faculty search committee, I’m requesting that you kindly share this announcement with any potential candidates. For the […]

read more | October 4, 2017


Research Assistant at University of Maryland

The Computational Cognitive Neuroscience & Psychiatry Lab (Solway Lab) is hiring a researchassistant to begin January 2018. A strong preference will be given to candidates that can start in January, however, exceptions will be considered for extremely well qualified candidates that aren’t graduating until Spring/Summer 2018, so please do apply. This position requires: A strong programming background. Some familiarity with […]

read more | October 2, 2017


4th Annual CyberSEED Conference at UConn

The Cybersecurity Competitions & Conference will be held October 19-20, 2017 in the Rome Commons Ballroom. Hosted by the Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation (CSI), CyberSEED brings together top information security professionals and business leaders to discuss emerging cybersecurity trends and formulate best strategies for tackling current and future threats. In the same academic setting, […]

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Two faculty positions at California State University Monterey Bay

read more | September 27, 2017


CSE Welcomes New Faculty

Dr. Alexander Schwarzmann is pleased to announce the addition of 5 new faculty to the departments growing list of accomplished scholars. Dr. Amir Herzberg joins the department as a Full Professor and the Comcast Chair for Security Innovation. Amir was most recently at Bar Ilan University in Israel, where he was a full professor. Dr. […]

read more | September 1, 2017


Sanguthevar Rajasekaran Named Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor

The Board of Trustees has named Sanguthevar Rajasekaran a University of Connecticut Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, the highest honor that the institution bestows on its faculty. Established in 1998, the award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, and service. Rajasekaran joined the computer science and engineering department in 2002 and […]

read more | August 11, 2017


Jinbo Bi Receives NIH Mid-Career Independent Scientist Award

Congratulations to Dr. Jinbo Bi on winning an NIH Mid-Career Independent Scientist Award for her research project “Classifying Addictions Using Machine Learning Analysis of Multidimensional Data.” This award is expected to total over $800K from 2017 to 2022. The purpose of the NIH Independent Scientist Award is to foster the development of outstanding scientists and […]

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Mobile Web App Developer opportunity

Opportunity Summary: Seeking a back-end software engineer to become an integral part of the new app development of a professional networking mobile platform. Your role as an iOS and Android Applications Developer, is to translate the established concept and design to a developed and functioning downloadable application for both Android and iOS.  Responsibilities include: Develop the […]

read more | August 10, 2017


Cyber Security Faculty positions at New Jersey City University

The Security Studies Department at New Jersey City University is looking to hire two tenure-track faculty members to begin in Fall 2017. Since this is such short-notice, and not the typical academic job market season, we’re reaching out directly to see if any of your recent PhD graduates, or PhD candidates since we’re considering ABDs, […]

read more | July 14, 2017


Professor Donald Sheehy Receives NSF Career Award

Congratulations to Dr. Donald Sheehy on winning an NSF CAREER Award for his research project “Algorithmic Challenges and Opportunities in Spatial Data Analysis.”  The award is expected to total over $500K from 2017 to 2022. The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty […]

read more | June 28, 2017


Robotics Automation Engineer

read more | June 19, 2017


Lecturers at Smith College

The CS department at Smith College is seeking lecturers for several courses for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018.  Topics to be covered include Operating Systems (F17), Data-Structures in Java (S18), Computer Graphics (S18), non-major half-semester course on the technologies of the Internet (F17).  We will also consider other CS topics where individual have expertise. Interested […]

read more | June 12, 2017


Scholarships Awarded to Doctoral Students

Twenty-one Predoctoral Scholarships were presented to outstanding doctoral students in May. Every year the CSE Department awards Predoctoral Fellowships to our best graduate students who are making clear progress towards a doctoral degree. The Predoctoral Fellowships are intended to accelerate progress of recipients towards completion of doctoral degree requirements. The applicants must be working on […]

read more | May 31, 2017


Summer Internship with Wymsical

JOB DESCRIPTION: Wymsical aims to reduce cyber identity theft, fraud and protect individual’s privacy by providing WAULT platform where it allows document owner to control sharing of their vital documents, enables third party verification of the authenticity of these documents in real time all in a secure, cloud-based, HIPPA compliant platform with anytime, anywhere access. […]

read more | May 25, 2017


CSE Awards Prizes for Top Senior Design Projects

On April 28th, Senior Design Day was held in Gampel Pavilion with 26 teams presenting their projects for CSE. Each year leading manufacturing and insurance companies, financial institutions, medical firms, consulting practices, as well as local and state government agencies partner with our department through Senior Design Projects. These are cost-effective ways to work with […]

read more | May 15, 2017


DoD Internship with Professor Demurjian

Job Opportunity, 20hrs/week summer 2017, 10-15 hrs/week fall 2017, spring 2018 Requirement: United States citizen or permanent resident I am recruiting one or two students for 12th months to work on the continuation of: https://www.sbir.gov/sbirsearch/detail/973329 The primary responsibility will be to work with Solaris (secure Linux platform) https://www.oracle.com/solaris/solaris10/index.html https://www.oracle.com/solaris/solaris11/index.html to build/compile and install a wide […]

read more | May 11, 2017


Jr. Software Project Manager in the greater Boston area

I am a recruiter representing a software development client in the Greater Boston Area that has a ground-floor opportunity for a new Computer Science graduate. The Junior Software Project Manager will have a key-role within the Professional Services team to ensure delivery of projects on-time, on budget and with great customer satisfaction. This position is […]

read more | April 25, 2017


Tyler Daddio Named 2017 Goldwater Scholar

The prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship was recently awarded to Tyler Daddio. Only 240 scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year were awarded to U.S. undergraduate sophomores and juniors across the fields of natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering, of which only 14 were awarded to computer science majors. Each satisfied the Goldwater’s criteria of academic excellence, demonstrate […]

read more | April 20, 2017


Tyler Daddio and Soumya Kundu selected as University Scholars

Congratulations to Tyler and Soumya for achieving this distinguished award! The University Scholar Program is one of the most prestigious programs for undergraduates at the University of Connecticut. The program allows students to design and pursue an in-depth research or creative project and to craft an individualized plan of study that supports their intellectual interests […]

read more | April 11, 2017


Lecturer or Visiting Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions at US Coast Guard Academy

The United States Coast Guard Academy is looking to hire two Lecturer or Visiting Assistant/Associate/Full Professors for one-year positions to assist with efforts to become a NSA/DHS Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education.  Candidates for the position in the Electrical Engineering program must possess at least a Master’s degree in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, […]

read more | April 3, 2017


Engineering, Computer Science, & Physics Majors Wanted for a Research Study

The Understanding Student Success study is being conducted to better understand why performance on a particular cognitive measure is associated with success in various domains. Participants will complete a cognitive task, which involves observing a set of rectangles and then clicking on the location of each one after they are no longer visible.  After completing […]

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Linux and HPC Support for UConn CBC

The Computational Biology Core (CBC) at the University of Connecticut in the Institute for Systems Genomics, is seeking an individual for Linux and HPC user support. The CBC supports student and faculty users across multiple UConn campuses who are involved in genomics research. More information here.

read more | March 30, 2017


Campus Ambassador for HackerEarth

HackerEarth, which is an organization that provides technical recruitment solutions to help companies employ ideal candidates, is looking for a Campus Ambassador for your university! The primary role of the ambassador is to be the face of HackerEarth at your university, and to host coding challenges and programming competitions throughout the semester. For more information […]

read more | March 22, 2017


Software Developer with Burt Process Equipment

 Entry level position as Software Developer Job Description Software developer with conceptual knowledge of E-commerce, content management systems, and frameworks.  Will be responsible for making modifications and enhancements as directed, publish to testing server, then to live server after testing and approval.  Must document new features as well as parts of the existing system.  Will […]

read more | March 16, 2017


Internships with BRAVE Girls Leadership Inc.

read more | March 3, 2017


Professor Russell Inducted into the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering recently announced their list of Scientist and Engineer inductees for 2017. Congratulations to Dr. Alexander C. Russell, Professor and Director of the graduate program, for this honorable lifetime achievement. Dr. Russell’s research includes cryptography, quantum computing, electronic voting technology,   survivable distributed information and computational systems. As a co-director of […]

read more | March 1, 2017


Gift to the Computer Science Program

We would like to thank Dr. Robert A. Ravenscroft Jr. and Ms. Anne F. DelSanto-Ravenscroft for their generous contribution to the Computer Science Program. This gift helps support students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will shape our future.  Our students are especially grateful for your support as the cost of an excellent […]

read more | February 20, 2017


Gift to the Computer Science Program

We would like to thank Drs. Frances and John Morse for your generous contribution to the Computer Science Program. This gift helps support students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will shape our future.  Our students are especially grateful for your support as the cost of an excellent engineering education continues to rise each […]

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Gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science

A special thank you to Karen Maryanski for your generous gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science. Your financial contribution provides scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate UConn students majoring in computer science, computer science & engineering and computer engineering. Your financial contribution have given our students the freedom to explore a […]

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Gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science

A special thank you to David and Ashley Maryanski for your generous gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science. Your financial contribution provides scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate UConn students majoring in computer science, computer science & engineering and computer engineering. Your financial contribution have given our students the freedom to […]

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Summer Camp Volunteer Opportunities with Camp Promise-East

Do you still need something fun to do this summer? Are you energetic, creative, and enthusiastic? Do you like working with youth and being a part of a FUN team? Are you looking to gain experience in the health care field or working with people with special health care needs? If YES, then Camp Promise-East […]

read more | February 16, 2017


Summer Nano/BioEngineering Internship at UC San Diego

read more | February 2, 2017


Computation and Neuroscience Research Assistant Opportunity at Yale University

There is a computation and neuroscience research assistant position available in my laboratory for 1-2 years beginning this summer.  This position would be appropriate for a student (taking a year off) or recent graduate who wishes to spend at least 1 year doing full time research before pursuing a career or graduate studies in computation […]

read more | January 30, 2017


Volunteers wanted for UConn Research Study in Science Communication

The ability to communicate the results of scientific research is fundamental to a career as a scientist. The ability of scientists to communicate science to non-scientists is fundamental to science literacy and public policy, as illustrated by the intelligent design and climate change debates. This project investigates how effectively graduate students in STEM disciplines communicate […]

read more | January 17, 2017


Outstanding Undergraduate Students Receive Academic Awards

On December 7th, seventy seniors were recognized for their stellar academic performance in Computer Science & Engineering, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering.  The special event was hosted by the Department Head, Alexander Schwarzmann, who presented the awards to this select group of students with the highest grade point average. Congratulations to all of you for […]

read more | January 15, 2017


Understanding Horizontal Gene Transfer in Bacteria and Archaea: Units of Transfer and Modes of Integration

Professor Bansal is leading a research project, recently funded by the NSF, to develop new computational methods for studying Horizontal Gene Transfer (HGT) in microbes. HGT is known to be one of the most important drivers of microbial evolution and an improved understanding of this evolutionary process is critical to understanding how microbes evolve, adapt, […]

read more | January 10, 2017


Engineers for Exploration Summer REU Program at UC San Diego

The University of California, San Diego is currently taking applications for a 10-week paid summer undergraduate Engineering internship! The UC San Diego Engineers for Exploration program is a full-time research experience that provides the unique experience of developing technology to drive future exploration. You will be working and collaborating with explorers and conservationists at organizations such […]

read more | January 6, 2017