Applications Developer

The City of Madison's Information Technology Department has an exciting career opportunity. We are currently looking for a highly adaptable I.T. professional to provide primary application development and support for City software. This type of work typically involves application programming, scripting, report writing, and application configuration against a Microsoft SQL database.

Find full details on the attached posting.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Building an Autonomous, Adaptive Internet Routing Overlay

Building industrial Internet-scale systems isn't easy. It requires solving major technological challenges and making many decisions balancing technical, product, and organizational requirements. Often times when research and abstract ideas meet reality, the results can be messy and the problems only become evident as the system grows.

Associate Engineer

We are looking for talented and motivated software engineers to join our development staff in building our next generation of trading infrastructure and applications. These distributed real-time systems will require you to have a deep understanding of computer science concepts, strong software development skills and methodology, and effective communication and teamwork abilities. The design and implementation of these systems will be a significant challenge to even the most talented developers and we hope you are up for the task.

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Summer research opportunity for undergraduates: Big data analytics

The NSF REU program at Oklahoma State University (OSU) is a ten-week summer program for undergraduate students. Participants in the program will contribute to research projects in big data analytics, including computer vision, visualization, social media data analytics, anonymity, and machine learning. Field trips, talks by external speakers, and workshops are included.

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduate students from 2-year and 4-year colleges
  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Award:

Real world security: From theory to practice and back again

Abstract: The security of any system relies on models and assumptions that attempt to capture potential adversarial behavior. Unfortunately, when faced with real world adversaries, these assumptions often become flaky, inaccurate or even completely incorrect. In this talk, I will show several examples of this gap between theoretical and real-world security. First, I will present Spectre and Meltdown, two microarchitectural attacks that read protected OS kernel memory by exploiting speculative execution, a performance optimization typically performed by all modern CPUs.

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.

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