Multiple openings: full-time and internships

At HOVER (https://hover.to/) we are building the future of property data with a platform that lets anyone generate accurate 3D buildings by simply taking a few photos with their smartphone.

HOVER is backed by a number of investors including: Google Ventures, Home Depot, and Standard Industries.

We are growing quickly and hiring for a number of roles spanning the spectrum of positions. We are looking to hire undergraduates and/or graduate students, for both full-time positions and internships.

Find more details on the attached posting.

IT Specialist

Experience: Must have experience in handling general IT issues related to running a small business. (Undergraduate working towards a degree in computer science preferred.)

Job Responsibilities:

Hacking the Employee Experience with Mobile AR

Liberty Mutual Insurance strives to innovate in spaces that not only support its mission of helping people live safer more secure lives, but also to innovate employees’ experiences within the workplace.

Harnessing Augmented Reality and real-time location tracking using Bluetooth beacons, come learn how three UW-Madison alumni at Liberty Mutual worked together to take first place at their company’s hackathon by building an app that allows their agile employees to reserve a flex space almost instantly.

Speakers:

AccessComputing -- Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

Now is the time to apply for an AccessComputing Summer REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates). Through an REU experience, students are directly involved in computing research in a university. This allows students who are considering graduate school to learn more about the research process and makes them more competitive applicants for graduate school.  The AccessComputing REU program places computing students with disabilities in computing research projects at colleges and universities. Most often, we work with students to locate research opportunities in their own communities.

Pushing Secure Multi-Party Computation to Reality

Abstract:
Secure multi-party computation (MPC) is a powerful cryptographic tool
that allows users to perform privacy-preserving computations on their
collective data, without revealing anything about their data to each
other. For many decades MPC was considered infeasible, but recent
progress has made MPC significantly more practical to the point where
it is attracting interest from government agencies as well as start-up
companies.

Pushing Secure Multi-Party Computation to Reality

Secure multi-party computation (MPC) is a powerful cryptographic tool that allows users to perform privacy-preserving computations on their collective data, without revealing anything about their data to each other. For many decades MPC was considered infeasible, but recent progress has made MPC significantly more practical to the point where it is attracting interest from government agencies as well as start-up companies.

NextGen Fellowship Program

The NextGen Fellowship is a ten-week summer program for undergraduate physical science, materials science, computer science, mathematics, and engineering students interested in learning cutting-edge data science and data management skills. This fully-funded fellowship is an excellent opportunity to engage with top academic research scientists as well as gain exposure to the start-up world. Fellows will receive training and support from data scientists and data engineers at Citrine Informatics, a Bay Area start up in materials informatics.

Find more details on the attached flyer.

CS Student Org Fair

Visit the CS lobby to find out about student-led computer-related clubs and organizations.

Through this event, we hope to introduce great activities to more UW-Madison students, help organizations grow and thrive, and encourage coordination across clubs.

You'll have the opportunity to talk to representatives from the following organizations:

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