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A better way to check air quality
NewsChannel 21's Mike Allen checks in with a group of OSU-Cascades students and a Bend-based lab that are working on technology to add a network of air quality monitoring sites that go beyond the wildfire smoke.

Blacksmithing Club prepares for third competition 
In the back corner of the Rogers Hall basement, members of the Oregon State University Blacksmithing Club have been hard at work on their creation. In March, the club will enter a blade into the biennial Bladesmithing Competition, held by The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society. This will be its third time participating in this competition.

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Mark Your Calendar

From Here to Career: Get Accepted | Applying to Grad School: Tips for Applications
Thinking about going to graduate school? Come to this session to learn about the application process and how to make yours stand out!
Tue., Jan. 29 at 6 to 7 p.m. | Student Experience Center (SEC), 112 (Involvement Lounge) 

Engineers Without Borders: Design Process Workshop
We'll be discussing the engineering design process, including assessing requirements, determining specifications, and alternatives analysis, and human-centered design.
Wed., Jan. 30 | 5 to 6 p.m. | Kearney 305

From Here to Career: Get Connected | Marketing My Experience
You have a wealth of skills and knowledge that employers are actively searching for in candidates for positions. Come to this workshop to learn how to translate the skills you gained through work-study, study abroad, student organizations, and service learning experiences into awesome cover letters, resumes, and interview answers.
Thur., Jan. 31 | Noon to 1p.m. | Student Experience Center (SEC), 112 (Involvement Lounge) 

Research Ready Workshop
Are you wondering how to get involved in undergraduate research or creative work with a faculty mentor? We understand that this process can be confusing so we’re here to help! Join us for an evening workshop where we’ll discuss the benefits of working with a professor at OSU, how to identify and contact the professor you want to work with, and how to identify specific programs that provide funding to engage in research or creative work. You’ll also have an opportunity to hear directly from a panel of undergraduate researchers about what their experiences were like. RSPV at this link and we will follow up with location information: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5d1f1Y3rS3APzo1.
Wed., Feb. 6 | 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. | RSVP for location

Openly Published Environmental Sensing (OPEnS) Lab (open-sensing.org) OPEnS House
Please come learn about the OPEnS Lab equipment, capabilities, and current projects. There will be a 10 minute presentation at 3:45 pm. Refreshments will be provided. The Open-Sensing Lab is focused on developing environmental sensing projects and research. From soldering stations to 3D printers to laser cutters, our lab provides the tools necessary for students, professors, and researchers alike to develop tools used locally and worldwide by the ecological science and engineering community. If you can imagine it, we can build it!
Thur., Feb. 7 | 3 to 5 p.m. | Gilmore Annex, Room 200

College of Engineering Leadership Academy’s Annual Suit Camp
This is a unique event where you will be matched with industry professionals for mock interviews, as well as enjoy a networking social hour with them afterwards! A great way to maximize your professional network and practice skills that will give you a leg up in internship and job interviews. Open to ALL engineering students. More info and registration at this link, and email coeleadershipacademy@oregonstate.edu with any questions.
Thur., Feb. 7 | 3-6 p.m. | CH2M Hill Alumni Center

MIME & CBEE Career Reception
Come to the Winter Career Reception, on the evening prior to the OSU Career Expo, to learn more about engineering careers, plus current entry-level and internship opportunities! This event is free and open to all MIME & CBEE students. The evening's schedule of events includes:

  • 4:30-4:50 pm  Check-In @MU Lounge
  • 5:00-6:30 pm  Career Insights Program – information about current opportunities and career paths at the participating companies (Attend three sessions of your choice.)
  • 6:30-7:30 pm  Networking Reception – an opportunity to meet with companies that interest you

The following employers will be attending: Analog Devices, Eaton, E&J Gallo Winery, US Army Corps of Engineers - Portland District, plus more to come. Register: bit.ly/careerW19.
Tue., Feb. 19 | 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. | Memorial Union, Main Lounge

MIME Distinguished Speaker: Nathan Johnson, Ph.D., " From Energy Access to Grid Resiliency: A Story of Anthropology, Engineering, and Business"
Innovation is a process that encompasses and eclipses engineering practice to more comprehensively include skillsets from anthropology, economics, and business. It is challenging, however, within our academic career paths to identify opportunities to apply that process in earnest. This talk will demonstrate opportunities for innovation with global impact by beginning with methods that capture and interpret user insights before diving deeper into four synergistic project areas that each connect user insights with technical research to the delivered product. Nathan Johnson is an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University and the Director of the Laboratory for Energy And Power Solutions (LEAPS).
Tue., Feb. 8 | 4 to 5 p.m. | Rogers 226

Graduate Research Showcase
The College of Engineering at Oregon State University is on the leading edge of new ideas, research, and innovation. The 2019 Graduate Research Showcase is a display of engineering research designed to promote the work of our graduate students, and how they are advancing the frontiers of engineering knowledge. Our graduate students will share their work through poster presentations with industry partners, alumni, the media, prospective students, faculty, their peers, and other academic institutions.
Fri., Feb. 8 | 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. | CH2M Hill Alumni Center

Looking for a summer job or internship? Now is the time to connect with some of the best employers in the country at the Oregon State Career Expo. As a leading research institution with land, sun, space, and sea grants, you are already innovators in your chosen fields. This career fair attracts approximately 130 employers seeking jobs and internships in STEM fields, the arts, humanities, business, and healthcare.
Wed., Feb. 20 | 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. | CH2M Hill Alumni Center 


MIME Faculty Candidate Seminars

Industrial Engineering:

Mostafa Reisi Gahrooei - "Modeling and Improvement of Complex Systems with High-Dimensional Heterogeneous Data"
Complex systems in manufacturing, energy, and healthcare sectors are equipped with numerous sensors that generate massive amount of high-dimensional (HD), heterogenous data. By extracting the right information from such data, efficient models for the purpose of monitoring, assessing, and improving systems can be constructed. In this talk, two topics related to this area are presented. First, a sequential approach for sampling high-accuracy (HA) data based on the information obtained from low-accuracy (LA) data is presented. In several applications, a large amount of LA data can be acquired at a small cost. However, such LA data is not sufficient for generating a high-fidelity model of a system. To adjust and improve the model constructed by LA data, a small sample of HA data, which is expensive to obtain, is usually fused with the LA data. Unfortunately, current data fusion techniques assume that the HA data is already collected and concentrate on fusion strategies, without providing guidelines on how to sample the HA data. To address this issue, an approach that takes advantage of the information provided by LA data as well as the previously selected HA data points and computes an improvement criterion over a design space to choose the next HA data point is proposed. The results of simulation and case studies illustrate the importance of intelligent sampling of HA data in reducing the cost and improving the model accuracy. The second topic focuses on the problem of estimating a process output, measured by a scalar, curve, image, or structured point cloud by a set of heterogeneous process variables such as scalar process setting, profile sensor readings, and/or images. To create a unified modeling framework that effectively combines different forms of data points while exploiting the correlation structure within an HD data point, a general multiple tensor-on-tensor regression (MTOT) approach is proposed. In order to avoid overfitting and to reduce the number of parameters to be estimated, model parameters are decomposed using several basis matrices that span the input and output spaces. An efficient optimization algorithm for learning the bases and coefficients is provided. Several simulation and case studies reveal the advantage of the proposed method over some benchmarks in the literature in terms of the mean square prediction error.
Mon., Jan. 28 | 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. | Rogers 226

Joseph Agor - "Data Driven Feature Selection and Score Development Methods with Applications in Health Care"
This work presents frameworks and methodologies to address (a) the problem of feature selection in prediction models and (b) the development of scoring systems to assist decision makers in health care. We begin by presenting a framework used in the development of a score to capture physician workload in an effort balance workload among provider teams when triaging patients into a hospital. We employ an optimization model to develop the score and build a simulation to validate the use of the score. While this score is unique in that it provides a representation of information from the physician’s point of view, many of the current scores used in medical practice are severity of illness scoring systems representing information from a patient's point of view. Therefore, we move to work that is centered on the study of these types of scoring systems. In the development of severity of illness scores used to track patient acuity, the clinical value of missing information in the predictive power of these scores have not been quantified. Therefore, we study the value of missing information in machine learning models used to predict patient outcomes. Furthermore, we quantify this value in the use of severity of illness scoring systems. When using prediction models to construct severity of illness scores, the assumption is that the features are already known. We propose a bilevel programming approach to feature selection for prediction models. Due to the computational complexities associated with bilevel programs, we develop a tailored genetic algorithm as a solution approach. We implement this model in three separate case studies demonstrating that the bilevel approach will identify those features that are most important for use in the prediction. Finally, we have recently been working on an optimization-based framework for developing a severity of illness scoring system to track the progression of those patients susceptible to sepsis. This work contributes to the fields of Operations Research in health care and machine learning. We demonstrate how optimization models, specifically bilevel programming models, can be used to develop data driven solution tools. While most of this work has been applied in a health care setting, we believe that the frameworks and models presented are applicable in many other domains that utilize large data sets to learn features and build prediction models. Furthermore, if problems require the results of models to be presented in a concise way (e.g. as a singular score), then one could use the methods developed in this work to do so.
Fri., Feb. 1 | 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. | Rogers 226

Design Engineering:

Bradley Camburn - "Disruptive Systems Innovation"
Adaptive and innovative design methods are needed to ensure a sustainable future in the face of emerging complexity. Prototyping is one of the most critical, and often overlooked, aspects of the design process. Prototyping was historically seen as a precursor to manufacturing. This talk will report integrated techniques that add clearer distinctions in types of prototypes beyond the traditional alpha/beta classification. Relationships with cost and value will be highlighted. Additional, new research is reported that expands scientific understanding of prototyping methods and outcome in the integrated innovation process. A key finding is the application of prototypes can be dramatically more effective when executed in earlier phases of design. Insights are reported from controlled laboratory studies as well as in-situ industrial case studies including the development of an orbital class rocket engine. The objective of this work is to empower designers to create novel designs at lower cost.
Tues., Jan. 29| 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. | Rogers Hall, Room 226

Andy Dong - "The elegance and utility of design structures"
Some of the most pivotal scientific discoveries have been about structural forms. Until the double helix structure was discovered, the mechanism by which DNA transmitted biological information was unknown. With the discovery of the structure of the periodic table of the elements, the atomic structure of elements that had not yet even been found could nonetheless be predicted. While the field of engineering is likewise replete with discoveries about the structures of breakthrough designs – then formalized in symbolic representations in equations, diagrams, and domain-specific models – the field was not asking whether there were underlying or recurrent patterns in these designs. The structures of designs and design processes remained locked within the specificities of the problem under consideration even though they could explain other breakthroughs yet to be designed. In my research, I investigate the structures of designs and design processes, and by generating insights into the structures, solve important engineering design problems. In this talk, I present discoveries made by me and my research collaborators about the structures of designs and design processes and the effects those structures have, such as rate of innovation and productivity. I will highlight two concepts that underpin the discovery of these structures – spectral dimensionality reduction and abductive reasoning, the inference that makes discovery possible. I conclude with the implication of this research on mental models for the process of design, with emphasis on the design of complex systems.
Thur., Jan. 31 | 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. | Rogers Hall, Room 226

Jinjuan She - "Human-centered Design for Sustainability and Product Innovation"
This talk will discuss two projects that rely on human-centered design. The first focuses on the early stage of product design regarding sustainability. By using specifically designed features, I demonstrated that design could trigger customers to consider, seek, and value a product’s sustainability, and shift their choices towards more sustainable products. In addition, design techniques based on priming were proposed and tested to be effective in helping designers generate such design features. The second part presents a design practice to fill the gap between customer needs and problem definition in product innovation. It was found that a combination of contextual interview, survey, and journey map could be an effective way to collect and synthesize user research data at the fuzzy front-end. In addition, a visual artifact produced by a team helps to retain a user-centered mindset during cross-functional design brainstorming.
Fri., Feb. 1 | 2:15 to 3:15 p.m. | Rogers Hall, Room 226


Graduate Defenses

"Microfluidic Investigations of Capillary Flow and Surface Phenomena in Porous Polymer Media for 3D Printing," by Katrina J. Donovan, candidate for Ph.D. in Materials Science. Major Professor: Dr. Willie “Skip” Rochefort.
Tues., Feb. 5 | 9 a.m. | Gleeson 306

Announcements

  • Engineers Without Borders - OSU Chapter currently has two international programs in Nicaragua and Cambodia. Come learn more about how to get involved! Nicaragua Program meets on Mondays in Owen 241 from 6 to 8 p.m., and the Cambodia Program meets on Tuesdays in Owen 241 from 6 to 8 p.m. All majors are welcome. Visit our website for more information: ewb-osu.org

  • OSU Robotics Club is looking for students to fill some leadership positions within the club. We are currently looking for a Community Outreach Coordinator, Event Coordinator, Photographers, Graphic Designers, and Financial Advisers. If you are interested in applying for one or more of these positions please fill out this  form . We will contact you to set up an interview later this week. If you have any questions please email us at osurcofficers@engr.orst.edu.

  • Oregon Academy of Science welcomes your abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the meeting at Linfield College on February 23, 2019. This is a great opportunity the everyone to learn about your new research results! Please submit your oral and poster abstracts using the required camera-ready format by the January 31 using the link below. Send submissions to Angela Hoffman  hoffman@up.edu by the deadline. Please don’t count on more than a 1 day extension. Please remember to register for the meeting (on line or at the meeting)! For online registration and abstract submission, go to http://oregonacademyscience.org/join.html.

  • The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) is looking to recruit motivated undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in the ceramic and glass sciences to become a delegate. Information about the PCSA can be found on the PCSA website, as well as in this PCSA flyer. The PCSA is the primary interface between student leaders and the ACerS leadership allowing for networking student leaders may not have otherwise. Participation in the PCSA allows delegates to become involved in ACerS functions, planning, and outreach activities. We would love to see Oregon State University represented in the 2019-20 PCSA class. Selected delegates are required to attend the annual PCSA meeting, held the weekend prior to MS&T 2019 in Portland, Oregon, USA (September 27 - 29, 2019). The PCSA annual meeting gives delegates the chance to network with an international community of industry professionals, leaders in academia, and fellow students. The annual meeting also allows for the opportunity to become more involved in the ACerS community. Interested students should apply online by the application deadline of April 15, 2019 . Please  contact me if you have any questions. Thank you and I hope you have a great day.

  • FE Review Course Open for Registration
    The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) club at Oregon State University is hosting the annual FE Review Course during Winter Term 2019 (exact dates on website, link below). The following subjects are covered: Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Engineering Economics, Electrical Fundamentals, Statics, Dynamics, Strength of Materials, Materials Science, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer. Registration includes access to digital recordings of each lecture and notes on an online file sharing system through Sept. 1, 2019. The cost of the course is $100 if you sign up online before January 12. The cost will be $125 after January 12. If you have any questions, please contact tec@oregonstateiise.org.

  • Columbia University Materials Research Science and Engineering Center - Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) - Summer 2019
    The joint Materials Research Center program at Columbia University and City College of NY (CCNY) supports outstanding undergraduates as Summer Research Fellows each year. In addition, a joint REU program between Columbia and the City University of New York’s Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) may have additional openings. Those selected will have an opportunity to participate fully in an interdisciplinary research program that draws faculty from the Departments of Physics, Chemistry, Applied Physics, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Electrical Engineering, nearby government laboratories (Brookhaven National Laboratory, etc.), and industry (IBM, etc.). More information at https://mrsec.columbia.edu/reu.

Scholarships

  • Nominations are now being accepted for the Eric & Janice Hoffman Scholarship to support undergraduate COE students who are in financial need as they near degree completion. We are pleased to announce that students may now self-nominate, or be nominated by faculty, advisors, or staff. The nomination form is available online: Hoffman Scholarship Nomination Form.

  • The College of Engineering Scholarship application is open until February 15, at https://oregonstate.academicworks.com. This is a single application for scholarships that are reviewed by both the College and your specific program to see if you are eligible for scholarship funds within the College for the 2019-2020 academic year. Note: You  MUST complete the application during this time frame as we do not accept applications at any other time. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our scholarship website at: https://engineering.oregonstate.edu/scholarship-information or contact the Office of Student Services by email: askengineering@oregonstate.edu.
  • Oregon State ScholarDollars
    OSU ScholarDollars is Oregon State University's new online scholarship search and application portal! Starting November 1st, OSU students may use OSU ScholarDollars to submit an application for the nearly $50 million in campus-based scholarship funding available for the 2019-2020 academic year. By submitting one application, you will be considered for over 1,500 OSU scholarship opportunities! Newly-admitted first-year and transfer students may use OSU ScholarDollars to submit a scholarship application for the 2019-2020 academic year. Be sure to register your ONID account to get started!
  • Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship (Application deadline: Feb. 4, 2019): This fund was dedicated in order to provide scholarships for OSU students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year who are actively involved with activities beyond class work, demonstrating they are well‐rounded, contributing members of the OSU community.

    The Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship Fund will award two (2) students a onetime scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00 each.

    Application Process: The Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship will be awarded to the most outstanding students based on the review and scoring of their application. All applications are due by 11:59 pm on February 4, 2019. Submit your materials electronically to osualum@osualum.com.

    Please provide the following:

    A short essay (no more than 1 page) offering your response to the following question: “In what ways have you contributed as a well‐rounded member of the OSU community?” Be sure to include examples of how your involvement has made an impact in the community.

    A brief description, 1 page, (include roles and highlights of accomplishments) of all of your involvement on campus to include (but not limited to) volunteerism in the OSU community, leadership in the OSU community, campus-based involvement, employment, involvement in student government, clubs/organizations, student leadership programs, community service programs, living group involvement, etc. Think of this as creating a resume of all your activities/experiences BEYOND the classroom.

    Letters of reference from 2 individuals who have direct knowledge of your work/involvement experience outside the classroom. At least one reference must be an OSU staff or faculty member (no family). These letters should address the above criteria as well as describe your leadership attributes. Please email your letters of reference electronically to osualum@osualum.com.

    Contact information. On your essay and involvement description, please include your name, student ID number, phone number and email address, so we can contact you.

    Applicant Rating: Your application will be scored based on the breadth and depth of involvement, as well as impact of the contributions you have made to the OSU community.

    Questions?: Please contact Melissa Yamamoto at melissa.yamamoto@oregonstate.edu or (541) 737-6385.

Internship/Fellowship Opportunities

Local metal fabrication firm TEKFAB seeks Mechanical Engineering intern to work part-time during school and full-time during breaks. Apply by March 1 by sending cover letter, resume and references to mmcguire@tekfab.com. See flyer for more information: https://oregonstate.box.com/s/843wc8izl6gg53wy2z0dtky08cysddh7

The Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship program is a prestigious appointment designed to identify exceptional talent in research areas aligned with INL's strategic agenda to enable the current and future mission of INL. The program, a collaboration between INL and universities, provides mentoring and financial support for outstanding students who are enrolled or plan to enroll in graduate degree programs. Applicants are invited to apply online through the INL Careers website to job posting numbers 12535 and  12584 . The postings will close Feb. 15. A selection committee designated by the associate laboratory directors will review the applications and final selections will be announced in May. More information is available on the INL Graduate Fellowship Program website.

To help our companies connect to people with the right skills, the McMinnville Economic Development Partnership (MEDP) offers the McMinnville WORKS Summer Internship Program. This award-winning program is a 9-week project-based, paid summer internship designed to connect the emerging workforce with career opportunities in the McMinnville, Oregon area. We have nearly 20 intern positions available at 15 host sites. These positions range from Accounting and Business to Marketing and Project Management to Civil/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering. The application is now open and will close Feb. 15, 2019. Applicants can apply on our website:  http://www.mcminnvillebusiness.com/internshipapplicationform .

A sampling of recently opened internships from Handshake. Login to see details and create your own saved searches to customize your internship search.#2317507 Summer Internship at Fogarty Institute for Innovation

  • #2362584 Intern, Manufacturing Engineering (Summer 2019) at Olympus Corporation of Americas
  • #2362060 Intern, Quality Engineering (Summer 2019) at Olympus Corporation of Americas
  • #2356819 Intern, Biomedical/Mechanical R&D Engineering (Summer 2019) at Olympus Corporation of Americas
  • #2352758 Engineering Intern at Modern Electric Water Company – OPT/CPT okay
  • #2351894 Manufacturing - Summer Internships at Graphic Packaging International – OPT/CPT okay; closes 2/10
  • #2341360 Demand Planning Internship/Co-Op (Summer 2019) at Tesla – OPT/CPT okay
  • #2342711 Engineering Intern (Overhead Transmission Lines) at POWER Engineers, Inc.
  • #2306927 Aerospace Engineering Internship at Tamarack Aerospace Group – OPT/CPT okay
  • #2347039 Internship - Product Safety Test Engineer at DEKA Research and Development
  • #2346961 Internship - Manufacturing Engineer at DEKA Research and Development
  • #2348418 2019 Internship - Wells Engineer at Shell Oil Company
  • #2349596 Internship - Manufacturing Development/Process Validation Engineer at DEKA Research and Development
  • #2016417 Industrial Engineering Co-op/Internship Fall 2019 - Walt Disney Parks and Resorts at The Walt Disney Company – OPT/CPT okay

Job Opportunities

Student job opening for MIME IT Technician:  MIME IT is hiring for one Student IT Technician to assist in supporting the technology in the College of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing. This includes hardware, software, wireless, network, and some server support. Please apply online at https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/62853.

The OSU Energy Efficiency Center is hiring Student Energy Analysts. The Energy Efficiency Center offers engineering students a practical professional opportunity to apply and further develop their technical and professional skills while working directly with industrial facilities and peers in performing energy and efficiency assessments. Ideal candidates can commit to working at least one to two academic years and two summers. Candidates are commonly late sophomore or junior year. Special Instructions to Applicants:
- Apply online through PeopleAdmin: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/70567
- Please complete the survey in the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/qtSy1Z4aMD3EKlYb2
- Email your resume and cover letter to iac-employment@engr.orst.edu

Undergraduate Research Ambassadors for the 2019-2020 school year. We are looking for an energetic team to help undergraduates learn about how to get involved in research and creative partnerships with faculty across campus. As an ambassador, you will work with the Associate Director of Undergraduate Research by serving as a role model and mentor to students interested in research or creative projects, give presentations about how to get involved, develop online resources, plan social and networking opportunities, advise students, and more. The application closes on February 19. Apply at https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/71579

The Office of Admissions employs qualified, currently enrolled undergraduates as paid TOUR Ambassadors and Diversity TOUR Ambassadors. TOUR Ambassadors are often the first point of contact for prospective students and families. TOUR Ambassadors/Diversity TOUR Ambassadors conduct daily campus and housing tours, represent OSU during recruiting events & open houses, and have weekly hours working in the Welcome Center. Diversity TOUR Ambassadors have additional duties specific to multicultural recruitment, including attending application workshops, college fairs and calling prospective students. Successful candidates enjoy working with people, have a wide range of OSU experiences, and a willingness to share these experiences with prospective students and their families. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Students can get more information about the position here: https://visitosu.oregonstate.edu/ambassadors

Student job opening for Program Assistant: Campus Recycling is hiring for one Student Program Assistant to assist in planning, implementing, assessing, and providing logistical support for waste reduction programs that may include waste audits, research, special event recycling, composting, or others. The position also supports outreach efforts. Applications from students who are underrepresented in or new to the sustainability movement are encouraged. Closes 1/24/19.

Here is a sampling of recently opened jobs from Handshake. Login to see details. Create your own saved searches to optimize your job search.

  • #2341747 Support Sales Representative - 9724 at Mentor Graphics Corporation
  • #2331565 Energy Engineer at Energy Resources Integration, LLC
  • #2342456 Field Engineer / Systems Engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division
  • #2344381 Aerospace Engineer at Answer Engineering LLP
  • #2344323 PTD Module & Integration Device Yield Engineer at Intel Corporation, Portland/Hillsbora area – looking for PhDs/Postdocs only, graduating between Dec 2017 & Jan 2020 – willing to sponsor
  • #2330247 AVANGRID Engineering Development and Rotational Program at AVANGRID (RG&E/NYSEG/CMP/UIL/CNG/SCG/BGC)
  • #2353000 Industrial Engineer at Microchip Technology Inc.
  • #2353109 Regulatory Engineer, Kohler Gasoline Engines at Kohler Company – willing to sponsor
  • #2356425 Transportation Manager - Operations Management Training Program at Union Pacific Railroad
  • #2356318 Engineering Manager (Structures) Operation Management Training Program at Union Pacific Railroad
  • #2358798 Mechanical Engineer at Schneider Electric
  • #2366443 Mechanical Engineering Associate at Eugene Water & Electric Board

Faculty and Post-Doc Positions

  • The Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering (IMSE) at West Virginia University (WVU) invites applications and nominations for anticipated multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor in Advanced Manufacturing and Human Factors and Ergonomics. Anticipated start date is August 2019. Apply.


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