Assisting Chief Data Officer
The Office of Data Management & Analytics has an opening for a Student Web Programmer to assist in designing
and developing a web portal where the UW-Madison community will find institutional data resources.
The Office of Data Management & Analytics is tasked with facilitating the efficient use of data and information to
drive decision-making at UW-Madison. The office is led by the Chief Data Officer, the senior-level executive
responsible for shaping and leading enterprise-wide information management functions.
You will work with a team of programmers and scientists at the Lloyd Smith Group in the Chemistry Department, developing a scientific software package. This is an hourly appointment requiring a commitment of 20-30 hours per week. Work times are flexible, but routine face-to-face meetings are expected. The hourly wage is $10.25 per hour. We are looking for a candidate who will:
Current design of medical technology does not help primary care physicians, nurses and advanced practice providers think about, diagnose or treat patient problems. Technology interfaces are not designed to support teamwork in primary care. The goal of this project is to develop new technology interfaces (data displays and inputs) to support the work of primary care teams. Working with principal investigator Dr.
Wanted: Undergrad or grad Java programmer to assist development of GUI front end to existing computational chemistry software. Strong preference will be given to students with CS 559 Computer Graphics or equivalent working experience with Eclipse and Swing/SVG-based components. Previous experience in chemistry or allied molecular sciences and general interest in graphics-based STEM tools is also highly desirable.
In conjunction with the Department of Geography, the State Cartographer’s Office is seeking 2 student hourly software developers to join an interdisciplinary team of developers to turn a student-driven University project into marketable web-based software.
The Pepperell Lab in the Microbial Sciences building is searching for a computer science undergraduate student to assist with Systems Administration. The Pepperell lab is a bioinformatics/ computational biology research group focused on infectious diseases.
We are looking for students graduating on or after May 2018. The applicant will work alongside the current System Administrator initially with the aim of assuming full responsibility in subsequent semesters. The position is open immediately but we will also consider students who would need to start later.
We are seeking a Systems Administrator to maintain the Euler hybrid CPU/GPU cluster located in Mechanical Engineering. Euler is operated by SBEL (Simulation-Based Engineering Lab), see http://sbel.wisc.edu/Resources/. It consists of a number of heterogeneous CPU (Intel Xeon,
You will work with a team of programmers and scientists at the Lloyd Smith Group in the Chemistry Department, developing a scientific software package. This is an hourly appointment requiring a commitment of 20-30 hours per week. Work times are flexible, but routine face-to-face
meetings are expected. The hourly wage is $10.25 per hour. We are looking for a candidate who will:
• Improve unit testing quality and increase the tested code coverage
• Address clearly defined software issues
• Improve GUI usability
The Space Science and Engineering Center and the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Studies is looking to hire a student programmer to join a research group involving simulations of earth-like exoplanets, in order to support research involving exoplanet detection and characterization with future planned space telescope missions.
The primary role of this position is to develop interactive web tools to display and process output from these simulations.
Education Analytics is a non-profit organization that uses data analysis to inform education policy decisions in order to improve outcomes for all students. We are seeking a part-time Research Analyst to support data cleaning/entry, data analysis, research, and other ad-hoc requests. An ideal candidate has exposure to statistics and an associated programming language such as R, SAS, or STATA, as well as an interest in education policy.
The expected work schedule is part-time (10-15 hours per week) during the school year with the possibility of 20-40 hours per week in the summer.