UW Libraries: UW Theses and Dissertations – 12/9, 1:30 p.m.

“UW Theses and Dissertations” will be held online on Friday, December 9, from 1:30-2:30 pm. For many students, the thesis or dissertation represents one of their first forays into publicly disseminating the products of their scholarship. This webinar will give an overview of the copyright and publishing issues students should consider, and demonstrate how their decisions are reflected in the ETDAdministrator system. It will offer the opportunity for students to think through their options for how and when to share their work and to ask questions about the process.

Please register here to receive an invitation with the zoom information.

For those students who are unable to attend this session, we do have two asynchronous resources:

As always, my department is also very happy to answer individual questions from students; they can contact me directly or email uwlib-etds@uw.edu.

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Colloquium: Dr. Kevin Barker, PNNL – 12/6, 10:30 a.m.

Title: Codesign to Support Converged Scientific Workloads at PNNL

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 6th, 10:30 a.m.

Faculty Host: Sajjad Moazeni

Title: Codesign to Support Converged Scientific Workloads at PNNL

Abstract: The future of scientific computing hinges on the ability to effectively support converged workloads — workloads that incorporate elements of traditional High-Performance Computing, AI/ML, and data analytics.  Historically, these computational paradigms have been isolated into distinct and divergent silos, with separate programming languages, programming models, and even hardware architectures supporting each.  However, this artificial separation in now resulting in roadblocks to scientific progress as computational scientists increasingly desire to merge these paradigms into single tightly-integrated workflows.  At Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, we have been working to bring principles of codesign together to create hardware and software computing systems that will effectively support this new era of scientific computing.  In this talk, I will describe some of these efforts and point to how we envision the future of computing within the US Department of Energy.

Bio: Kevin J. Barker is a Chief Scientist and Group Lead for the Physical and Computational Sciences Directorate’s High-Performance Computing (HPC) Group with over 16 years’ national laboratory experience leading impactful Computer Science research. Research interests include emerging and novel computing architectures; hardware/software codesign to support future scientific computing workflows; large-scale runtime software; and performance modeling, prediction, and analysis. Dr. Barker serves Principal Investigator for the DOE Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) funded Center for Advanced Technology Evaluation (CENATE), which aims to understand the impact of future computing technologies on scientific workloads of interest, and as Chief Scientist for the laboratory-funded Data-Model Convergence (DMC) Research Initiative.

Zoom Information: https://washington.zoom.us/j/92012986831

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University of Utah: ECE Open House for prospective PhD and MS students – 12/8, 3:00 PST

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept. at the University of Utah is hosting a Virtual Open House for prospective PhD and MS students. We’d love for you to attend this virtual event.  We will be review general program information, how to apply, and how to finance your degree. We’ll also have faculty discussing research opportunities in their labs.  This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about our MS and PhD programs and see if our research is a good fit for you!

ECE Virtual Graduate Open House at the University of Utah

December 8th, 4:00 pm MST.

Please RSVP using this link below to receive the Zoom link to the meeting:

https://www.ece.utah.edu/rsvp/

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oSTEM: Happy Hour – 12/9, 5:30 p.m.

Out in STEM (oSTEM) at UW is excited to announce our next Happy Hour on Friday, Dec. 9th at 5:30 pm at Optimism Brewing in Capitol Hill. Come hang out with fellow LGBTQ+ folks in STEM. To celebrate the upcoming holidays, we encourage you to wear something festive as well! All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend. Scan the QR code in the flier to join our Listserv and hear about all of our upcoming events. We hope to see you soon!

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UW: Part-Time web support position at UW

The UW Molecular and Cellular Biology PhD Program is looking for a web developer to help with migrating our current website over to the Pantheon platform using UW Sites. The position would be a good fit for someone looking for part-time work. We are seeking help to transfer content from our existing website to the new website using WordPress. There is also some coding work like adding logos to web pages.

If interested, please apply at https://www.indeed.com/job/website-designerdeveloper-a46e9b3425e54efa.

Please contact MCB at mcb@uw.edu with any questions.

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Microsoft: NYC Research Postdoc Openings – apply by 12/9

At Microsoft Research NYC, we have several openings for postdoctoral researchers starting in July 2023. These positions are for a broad range of topics within machine learning/artificial intelligence, including theoretical ML, interactive learning (including reinforcement learning and active learning), and natural language processing. 

For full consideration, the application deadline is Friday, December 9The application portal is here: https://aka.ms/msrnyc-postdoc 

All open positions in NYC (including internships) are listed here: https://aka.ms/msrnyc-jobs 
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DOE: Scholars Program – apply by 1/23

The DOE Scholars Program is designed to attract talented undergraduate and graduate students, and recent graduates to research, technical and professional opportunities within U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and organizations that support the DOE mission. DOE Fusion 2023 Poster

  • Energy Sources and Security
  • Clean Energy
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Climate Change
  • Environmental Management
  • Nuclear Security
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Emergency Response
  • Management and Operations
  • Cyber Security
  • Safeguards and Security

As a participant in the DOE Scholars Program, you will have the opportunity to explore a federal career with DOE and gain a competitive edge as you apply your education, talent and skills in a variety of settings within the DOE complex.

 Benefits

  • Stipends

o   Undergraduate students: $700/week

o   Graduate students and postgraduates: $750/week

  • Inbound/Outbound Travel: Up to $1,000 for participants who relocate more than fifty miles, one-way, from the assigned hosting site.
  • Other allowances: Depending on your project assignment, duration of appointment and funding availability, you may be eligible to receive an allowance for travel and training to promote the educational goals of your appointment.

Eligibility

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be an undergraduate, graduate student, or recent graduate of an accredited institution of higher education majoring in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and related areas.
  • Must be pursuing a degree or have received a degree within 5 years of their starting date in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) discipline or have demonstrated interest or experience in a STEM field that supports the DOE mission.

 How to Apply

Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-Scholars-2023-Gen

 Application deadline

January 23, 2023, 8:00 AM EST

For more information

Visit: https://orise.orau.gov/doescholars

Questions?

doescholars@orise.orau.gov

Please share this information with friends and colleagues who might be interested in opportunities with DOE.

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DOE: Postdoctoral Research Opportunity in Fusion Energy Sciences – apply by 1/11

Postdoctoral Research Opportunity in Fusion Energy Sciences

Apply Today! https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-FES-2023

Application Deadline: January 11, 2023 5:00 PM EST

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education is currently accepting applications for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Fusion Energy Sciences (FES) Postdoctoral Research Program.

What will I be doing? As a postdoctoral researcher in the FES Postdoctoral Research Program, you will conduct your proposed research related to the FES mission utilizing the expertise, resources, and capabilities available at your hosting facility.

Research must support the program mission, specifically in the following areas:

  • Burning Plasma Science: Foundations advances the predictive understanding of plasma confinement, dynamics, and interactions with surrounding materials.
  • Burning Plasma Science: Long Pulse explores new and unique scientific regimes that can be achieved with long-duration superconducting international machines and addresses the development of the materials and technologies required to withstand and sustain a burning plasma.
  • Discovery Plasma Science supports research that explores the fundamental properties and complex behavior of matter in the plasma state to improve the understanding required to control and manipulate plasmas for a broad range of applications.

Why should I apply? You will acquire experience and training in areas related to fusion energy and basic plasma science, have access to advanced equipment and facilities, increase your marketability in fusion energy disciplines, gain access to top scientists and gain insight into research and career opportunities through your experience. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with and learn from experts researching and experimenting with fusion energy.

Where will I be located? You are responsible for finding a hosting facility and securing a mentor, so you will be embedded in a facility whose research aligns with your research goals and who can provide the resources you need for your research.

What are the benefits? You will receive an annual stipend of $90,000 plus limited reimbursement for health insurance costs. The program will also provide a one-time $3,000 relocation allowance (if eligible). You will also receive a $4,000 travel allowance per year. Travel allowance can be used to support travel to FES-related conferences (domestic or foreign). An International Collaboration Supplement is also available (optional).

Am I eligible? You must be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) to be eligible for this opportunity and have received a doctoral degree in appropriate science or engineering discipline within four years of the desired start date or expect to complete degree requirements prior to the desired start date.

For a full description of this opportunity and the application components, visit https://www.orau.gov/doe-fes-postdoc/default.html. If you have questions, please send an email to Fusion@orau.org.

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Pondeo: Student help

From: Ryan Crowley <ryancrowleysoccer@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Nov 23, 2022 at 11:06 AM
Subject: Unique Opportunity
Hey there!

My name is Ryan Crowley. Since graduating from the UW in 2021, I have been involved in a couple of startups. Just recently, I have been working on Pondeo, a consumer electronics device used for recording youth sports games hands-free. You can check our website at www.pondeo.ai.
Due to our inexperience in hardware, my co-founder and I are in desperate need of some help while we build a functional prototype. I would like to extend an opportunity to any UW EE student to work for us. This could be a unique opportunity to not only gain paid experience but help build a product that we think has some real potential. 
I know this is a big ask, but if you could pass this email along to the department, it would be incredibly valuable for us. 
Thanks so much!
Ryan
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ALL: TA Positions for 2023-2024 for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language – Q&A 12/2, 3:30 p.m.

Applications for 2023-2024 TA positions in the Asian Languages and Literature department are now open! Our positions are in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language classes and are open to all qualified UW graduate students, including applicants/prospectives for Summer 2023 and/or Academic Year 2023-2024.
Information and instructions can be found on our Teaching Opportunities page and our How to Apply page. Questions should be directed to Academic Counselor Kirk L. Van Scoyoc at asianadv@uw.edu.
There will be a TA Application Workshop (information session) this Friday, Dec. 2, from 3:30 to 5:00 PM on Zoom. Send email to Kirk at asianadv@uw.edu to get the Zoom link.
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