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Yearly Archives: 2019

Engineering Alumni Brothers Create UConn’s First Cybersecurity Instructional Lab

The Computer Science & Engineering Department is pleased to share news from the UConn Foundation and the School of Engineering. In response to the growing field of cybersecurity, two University of Connecticut alumni brothers have donated $1 million to create a new cybersecurity curriculum and launch Altschuler Cybersecurity Lab, UConn’s first cybersecurity instructional lab. Samuel […]

read more | June 28, 2019


CSE Features 41 Projects at Senior Design Day

Each year, more than 100 leading manufacturing companies, pharmaceutical and medical firms, consulting practices, utilities as well as local, state and federal government agencies partner with the UConn School of Engineering through Senior Design Projects. Computer Science and Engineering had 41 teams this year, with most of the teams being sponsored by industry. Every Senior […]

read more | May 20, 2019


Entry Level Computer Systems Engineer with Morris Controls

Duties include development of web applications and web based SQL applications in support of industrial and commercial projects. An interest in SaaS and cloud computing is essential. Current development efforts also involve OPC projects for communication with industrial control systems. Other duties include programming of PLC, servo, SCADA and robotic applications. All programming activities will […]

read more | April 29, 2019


Dr. Robert McCartney Wins Top Ten Symposium Papers of All Time Award

Congratulations to Professor McCartney for recently being recognized for his publication “A Multi-institutional Study of Peer Instruction in Introductory Computing” being selected 4th best among the “Top Ten SIGCSE Symposium Papers of All Time”. As a capstone to its 50th annual SIGCSE Technical Symposium, leaders of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group […]

read more | April 26, 2019


Technology Field Engineer

Our client is looking for a talented professional to join our team as a Field Engineer. This position is responsible for handling PC hardware break fix calls at various locations. Ensuring customer satisfaction and solving issues in an efficient and pleasant manner are essential for this position. The Field Engineer is a key contributor to the […]

read more | April 25, 2019


Software Engineer with UCARR-NOAA

This position involves the design, development, testing, and deployment of cloud-based software solutions in support of National Ocean Service/ Office of Coast Survey’s NOAA nowCOAST GIS web mapping portal (nowcoast.noaa.gov) and NOAA’s future Precision Navigation data dissemination services and applications. nowCOAST is used by mariners, homeland security personnel, emergency managers, risk managers, and search and […]

read more | April 16, 2019


Programmer, 10 hours/week for UConn KIDS

10 hour/week Programmer Position, UConn KIDS (Kids in Developmental Science) UCONN KIDS is a consortium of researchers across the university who study child development.  We have compiled a database of contact information from families interested in having their children participate in our research, and are about to launch a custom web application interface that will […]

read more | April 10, 2019


Associate Software Engineer with Zygo, Middlefield, CT

Associate Software Engineer Location: Middlefield, CT Experience Required 0 – 3 Years Education Required Bachelor’s Degree or preferred PHD. Relocation Provided Some Relocation May Be Available Position Description Seeking recent grads for a software Engineer role to join our Metrology Solutions Division in Middlefield, CT. The selected candidate will develop, code, test, and debug new […]

read more | April 8, 2019


Fully funded PhD candidate in Netherlands, deadline May 1

As part of a recently granted H2020 project in the secure society domain (topic SU-DRS02-2018-2019-2020: Technologies for first responders) I am currently advertising a fully-funded PhD position for 4 years. The PhD project is called “UAV/drones to support first responders, using advanced computer vision and machine learning”. We need someone with a solid background in […]

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iOS App Developers with Student Startup Co.

My name is James and I am a Junior at Radford University Studying Management. I have recently founded a startup with fellow students focused on increasing student engagement for small and medium sized universities through the use of mobile apps. I am reaching out to you because we are currently in need of additional app […]

read more | April 3, 2019


CSE Department Ranked Among Best Departments in the World for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

The Computer Science & Engineering department has been recognized as the 9th best department in the world, tied with Princeton for computational biology and bioinformatics research by csrankings.org which provides a metrics-based ranking of top computer science institutions around the world. This ranking is based on publications in the top computational biology and bioinformatics conferences […]

read more | April 1, 2019


Summer 2019 Research opportunity

Evaluation of Artificial Intelligence to Dynamic Loading Predictions We are looking for highly motivated students (one undergraduate and one MS) who are interested in a summer research opportunity related to failure of materials used in ships and submarines. This is a 10-week computational project with compensation. Students must be fluent in python and Matlab and […]

read more | March 28, 2019


Summer Internship with State of Connecticut DEEP

The State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Water Protection and Land Reuse Bureau, Water Planning and Management Division, Water Monitoring Unit, is seeking to hire a Seasonal Resource Assistant to assist with database maintenance management, and analysis of water quality monitoring data. The office location is the DEEP headquarters in Hartford, […]

read more | March 27, 2019


Visit Cadenza Innovation at UConn Job Fair this Thursday

We are reaching out as Cadenza will be at the UCONN Job Fair this coming Thursday, March 28th from 11 AM to 3 PM at the Gampel Pavillion…. we would love to see you and to get some of your students to stop by!   As you know, UCONN and Cadenza Innovation are already collaborating with […]

read more | March 26, 2019


Firmware Engineer Internship with PerkinElmer

Job Title:                            Intern Firmware Engineer Location:                           Shelton, CT USA 06798 Career Level:                   Intern   (Non-Manager) Education:                        Perusing Bachelor’s Degree – Advanced Degree PerkinElmer is a global leader solutions provider focused on improving human and environmental health. We are at the forefront of development, production, marketing, servicing, and support of cutting edge of scientific laboratory instrumentation […]

read more | March 15, 2019


DoD Cybersecurity Scholarships

The Department of Defense is making available several scholarships for students who are interested in working in the area of cybersecurity.  Cybersecurity includes a wide variety of fields including System/network administration and operations, Systems security engineering, Information assurance systems and product acquisition, Cryptography, Threat and vulnerability assessment, Web security, Operations of computer emergency response teams, […]

read more | February 20, 2019


Undergraduate Research Assistants needed in Cognitive Development Lab, Fall 19 semester

Undergrad RA Positions in Dr. Adam Sheya’s Cognitive Development Lab:  We are seeking 4-6 new Research Assistants to join our lab for the Fall 2019 semester.  Priority will go to those who will be sophomores, majors in psychology, cognitive science, computer science or a subject that is heavily related, and those with psychology/cognitive science/computer science and/or other research experience. […]

read more | February 19, 2019


Graduate Research Assistant with Dr. Khan

Applications are invited for a Graduate Research Assistant position in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Connecticut (preference will be given to students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering). Preferred qualifications include: 1. Proficiency in computer programming. The project involves developing system monitoring tools, animation, and websites.  2. The project involves designing and […]

read more | February 8, 2019


Now accepting applications to the fifth annual B.I.G. Summer Research Program

Bruins-In-Genomics (B.I.G.) Summer Research Program is an 8-week full-time immersion program for undergraduates interested in learning about Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Genomics — and developing some of the skill-sets that are critical for 21st century Biological and Biomedical Research, and Precision Medicine.   We are now accepting applications to the fifth annual B.I.G. Summer Research Program, […]

read more | February 1, 2019


Dr. Rajasekaran Announces New Leadership Team

Department Head, Sanguthevar Rajasekaran recently announced that the following highly accomplished key leaders have joined his cabinet as Associate Department Heads. He is looking forward to working with them in realizing the vision of the Department and accomplishing the goals of the School of Engineering. Dr. Jinbo Bi: Associate Department Head for Research and Strategic […]

read more | January 17, 2019


Dr. Sanguthevar Rajasekaran Appointed New Department Head

Dr. Kazem Kazerounian, Dean of the School of Engineering, recently announced the appointment of Dr. Sanguthevar Rajasekaran – Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor as well as UTC Chair Professor – as the next Department Head of the Computer Science and Engineering Department effective February 1st, 2019. Dr. Rajasekaran will be taking over the role from […]

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

A special thank you to Mrs. Karen Maryanski for her generous gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science. Fred was the first Department Head of Computer Science & Engineering from 1986-1989. Her support enables our students to become leaders, problem solvers and innovators who help improve our state, the nation and our […]

read more | January 16, 2019


Apply for expenses-paid Design Nation Conference, NYC, 3/8/19

Design Nation is an all-expenses-paid conference for undergraduate students interested in design, UI/UX, product development, computer science, and more. We’ve featured executives from Design Matters, Pentagram, Microsoft, Facebook, Adobe, Google, and more. Students will have a chance to speak one-on-one and network with these executives.  Applications due 1/25/19. https://dnconference.org/

read more | January 14, 2019


Dr. Bing Wang and Team Win Best Paper Award

Congratulations to Professor Bing Wang and her students Yanyuan Qin and Chaoqun Yue for winning the prestigious Best Paper Award for their research project entitled “ABR Streaming of VBR-encoded Videos: Characterization, Challenges and Solutions” at CoNEXT 2018, a top  computer networking conference. Yanyuan and Chaoqun are co-authors of the paper and Yanyuan is the leading author. This is […]

read more | January 8, 2019


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