UI Design Assistant

Description:
Job description:
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. Tosha Wetterneck and a research team in the School of Medicine and Public

Theory Seminar: Approximability of the Six-vertex Model

Six-vertex models originate in statistical mechanics, as a family of vertex models for crystal lattices with hydrogen bonds. In the language of graph theory and theory of computing, it is a sum-of-product computation, where on a 4-regular graph, we compute a partition function which is a weighted sum of Eulerian orientations, where at every vertex, the orientation must be two-in-two-out (called ice rule).

The Digital Intern: Development of a Complex Real-Time Medical Management Decision Support Tool

Brief Bio:
Dr. Medow is an associate professor of neurosurgery at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He is the director of neurocritical care, and is certified in Neurocritical Care (CAST) and Neurocritical Care (UCNS). Dr. Medow joined UW Health after completion of his neurosurgical fellowship in endovascular neurosurgery at the University of Wisconsin. Prior to this, Dr. Medow was a resident at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. He specializes in the treatment of acute traumatic brain injury and cerebrovascular disease.

Research Intern

Job Description:
The Construction Engineering and Management program of the Civil and Environmental
Engineering Department at UW-Madison would like to invite applicants to apply for a Research
Intern position. This hired person will be paid by the Civil and Environmental Engineering
department on a student hourly basis.
The chosen Research Intern will work on designing highly secured, user-friendly, and
sophisticated websites and Excel tools. The hired person will work closely with a team of

CIO Summer Analyst

Join Accenture and help transform leading organizations and communities around the world. The sheer scale of our
capabilities and client engagements and the way we collaborate, operate and deliver value provides an unparalleled
opportunity to grow and advance. Choose Accenture, and make delivering innovative work part of your extraordinary
career.
People in the Corporate Function career track contribute to the running of Accenture as a high- performance business

CIO Software Engineering Analyst

Join Accenture and help transform leading organizations and communities around the world. The sheer scale of our
capabilities and client engagements and the way we collaborate, operate and deliver value provides an unparalleled
opportunity to grow and advance. Choose Accenture, and make delivering innovative work part of your extraordinary
career.
People in the Corporate Function career track contribute to the running of Accenture as a high- performance business

Robotics Seminar: Creating Generalizable Task Plans for Collaborative Robots

Abstract — Robots are increasingly an important part of our world, from working in factories and hospitals to driving on city streets. It is particularly important that robots can be taught new skills on the fly by people who are not robotics experts. This requires new user interfaces, learning from demonstration, and new algorithms for execution. Our Behavior Tree-based CoSTAR system allows end users to quickly teach new skills to collaborative robots through a combination of explicit demonstration and abstract queries.

WACM Bi-weekly Social Lunch

The perfect gathering for all WACM members and Women in Tech to stay in touch, exchange updates about the advances in relevant field and most of all meet people with similar goals and aspirations. Each cycle we choose a different theme or a topic for the day and use the luncheons as a way to let off some steam and go back to our schedules reenergized, fresh and inspired.

WACM Bi-weekly Social Lunch

The perfect gathering for all WACM members and Women in Tech to stay in touch, exchange updates about the advances in relevant field and most of all meet people with similar goals and aspirations. Each cycle we choose a different theme or a topic for the day and use the luncheons as a way to let off some steam and go back to our schedules reenergized, fresh and inspired.

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