|End of the Year Party|
The CEE/CS End of the Year Party will be on Friday May 5th from 3:00 to
5:00pm in the CEE/CS Tutoring Center, Sci III 324. Additional seating will
also be available in Sci III 328. There will be food and awards. Come join
us to celebrate the end of our first year under the semester system.
|CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap|
The CEE/CS Department, along with our community partners Empower with Code
and So. Cal. Edison, are screening the documentary CODE: Debugging the
Gender Gap on Thursday April 6th at 6:00pm in the Student Housing Large
Classroom/Multipurpose Room. The documentary is about the lack of women and
minorities in the software engineering and technology field. Its goal is to
inspire more young girls and minorities to pursue technology fields, which
is also the goal of our local partner Empower with Code.
This documentary originally debuted at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. The website for the documentary is:https://www.codedoc.co/. The trailer for the documentary is on YouTube. Due to the limited room capacity over at Student Housing, we do ask that everyone RSVP by getting a free ticket
|Public Health Renegades Hackathon|
BC will be hosting a hackathon event March 17-19.
A weekend long innovation competition to design and build technology tools
that respond to specific community needs related to public health.
Teams of 2-5. Must register to participate.|
Information Website Register Here Flyer pdf
|BC Engineers' Club Design Challenge 2017|
BC will be hosting a design challenge Saturday, February 25. |
Tug War Info Tug War Layout
|Electric Bookworm Hackathon Event|
CSU Bakersfield along with the KIT Community hosted its first university hackathon Electric Bookworm on November 18-20, 2016 - drawing over 50 participants and mentors to campus. This event brought together sciences and humanities for an interdisciplinary competition to build technologies that local libraries need. It was only the third hackathon hosted in Bakersfield, but the largest so far.
Teams were graded on three main points: technical prototype, community impact report, and presentation. A panel of CSUB Computer Science professors judged the technical prototype. A panel of local librarians from CSUB and Kern County Libraries judged the community impact report. A panel of local professionals judged the presentations.
Congratulations and thank you Balint Szoke, Kevin Mershon, Alyssa Hass, Addison Chavez, Mayor-elect Karen Goh, and everyone else who helped and participated in this event!
Read the article here Results
|Electric Bookworm Hackathon Event|
CSUB is hosting its first Hack-A-Thon event this weekend from Friday,
November 18 to Sunday, November 20 as part of the KIT Community hackathon
series. We invite students, alumni, and the community to compete and develop
needed technologies to help the local libraries better serve the community.
The event starts Friday November 18th at 6:00pm in Science III 108, then
moves to the CSUB Library computer labs for the weekend.
The hackathon is open to all majors. Teams are scored on prototype, community impact report, and presentation. Computer Science and Engineering students strongly encouraged to compete. The event is free for students. RSVP at EventBrite (pdf).
|Upcoming campus network outage|
All off-campus access to our network will be interrupted the evening of November 11.
The campus firewall is being replaced, so you can expect to be cut off from 11pm
Friday evening until 6am Saturday morning.
|Google Career Event!|
Come join Google on Monday October 31st (Halloween) for a career event. There
will be a talk from 1:00pm to 2:00pm in the Student Housing (Residence Hall)
multipurpose room. This is located at the new dorm buildings on the northeast
side of campus. Click here for a map
to the location.
All Computer Science and closely related majors and minors are encouraged to
attend. RSVP at Eventbrite to reserve your seat.
|Computer Science & Engineering Club|
The Computer Science and Engineering Club is having a fundraising event. Buy a $20 ticket to Tahoe Joes. The ticket
is set for Nov. 15, 2016 from 11am-10pm. If you?re interested or want to help the club out, send us an e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, our next meeting will be held on Monday, October 17th, in Science 3, room 313, from 4-5:30
p.m. We will be having two guest speakers, so come hear about great opportunities.
Also, follow us on Facebook and on RunnerSync for updates.
|Guest Speaker Alyssa Haerle from Kit Community|
You are cordially invited to attend a Seminar presented by Alyssa Haerle
from Kit Community.
Date: Friday, September 2, 2016
Location: SCI III 311
Times: 1PM - 2:40PM and 4PM - 5:40PM
The Central Valley grows more than just food; it grows technology, too. In July 2016, the Valley Public Radio made this assertion in an interview with Fresno and Bakersfield technology leaders trying to change the mindset at home. Alyssa Haerle, founder of the Kern Innovation & Technology (KIT) Community, was among them. Talent and opportunity for technology creation exist outside Silicon Valley, even in Bakersfield. KIT is a leader in this charge to make Bakersfield and Kern County a place for technology talent to stay and thrive. Alyssa's presentation at CSUB on 9/2/2016 will introduce students to KIT and its resources and events for students.
Description of KIT Community
The KIT Community is a local resource in the tech community for those seeking to learn about, explore, and build their own technology and technology startups. This organization is building an active, prosperous tech and innovation community in Kern County. Founded in February 2016 by local entrepreneur and Stanford/UCLA alumna Alyssa Haerle, KIT has so far hosted Bakersfield's first two hackathons helping to create 8 new startup ideas with one successfully launched as a mobile application in August 2016. KIT also provides mentorship and connections to the local technology community in Bakersfield/Kern County. The KIT Community believes in creating opportunity through innovation.
|End of the Year events|
Our end-of-the-year party will be Thursday, June 2 at 4:15. We have closed the RSVP (food has been ordered.)
Academic awards will be around 5.|
Other events that day:
10:00am Best Game Contest for CMPS 335 (Sci III 315)
3:15pm Capture the Flag Contest - Student Edition (Sci III 315)
4:00pm Design Projects and Research Expo (Sci III 328)
|Speaker Event - The .NET Open Platform and the Path from CSUB to Microsoft|
Come hear from Scott Hunter, a Calfornia State University, Bakersfield
graduate in 1996 who is the Director of Program Management at Microsoft on
the .NET Platform, talk about the journey of graduating college to navigating
a large organization. Learn the skills beyond programming that with empower
you to be successful in the corporate world.
He will talk about the .NET Open Platform, the free and open source platform
for building Windows, iOS, Android, Mac OSX, and server applications on
Windows and Linux using the popular C# and F# languages. How learning this
platform can set you up to be successful.
The talk will be on Friday May 20th at 11:30am in Sci III 108 (large lecture
room on the first floor). The talk is free, and all students are invited to
|General Prereq Issues for Semester Courses|
The prereqs for multiple CMPS and ECE courses are not coded properly on
myCSUB. In some cases, it is too permissive (allowing students to register
who have not met the prereqs) and in other cases it is too restrictive
(blocking registration even if students have the prereqs).
The actual prereqs for the semester CMPS and ECE courses is given in the file
Prerequisites for CMPS and ECE Semester Courses.
We will be manually verifying prereqs for courses. If you have the prereqs
for a course as listed in that file and still cannot register, drop off an
add slip with Erika.
|Senior project pre-reqs still not fixed.|
The pre-req issues with ECE & CMPS 4910 are still not fixed. If you're
having trouble getting in, drop off an add slip with Erika.
|Quarter-to-Semester Transition Guide|
Transition guides for the major requirements in the CEE/CS department have
been posted on the Degree Info page. These
list the semester equivalent courses for the 2013-15 major requirements.
|May 2017 Graduation Applications Due|
ATTENTION JUNIORS! The applications for graduation for May 2017 are due at
Admissions and Records on Friday April 29, 2016. Speak with an advisor if
you are unsure of the courses you need under semesters for graduation. The
application PDF and instructions are at
|Student Research Competition Winners|
Congrats to Sheriff Sadiqbatcha and Alex Ramirez, who placed first and second
respectively, in the Engineering and Computer Science division of the
CSUB Student Research Competition. They will go on to represent CSUB at the
CSU-wide competition in Spring.
|Updated Two Year Rotation|
The two year rotation has been updated to reflect changes in the 2015/16
academic year (particularly for Spring courses) and to give a preliminary
(and very tentative) list of semester courses for 2016/17. Additional changes
may be made in response to course demand, staffing levels, and budget.
two year rotation
of courses PDF for more details. Updates are underlined.
Note that courses listed as tentative for Spring 2016 are not
guaranteed to be offered. They may be canceled due to staffing issues and/or
lack of student demand for the courses.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)|
Summer Research Opportunities
U.S. citizenship required
DHS HS-STEM 2016 Summer Internship Program
The Department of Homeland Security sponsors a 10-week summer internship program for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) disciplines. The program provides students with quality research experiences at federal research facilities located across the country and allows students the opportunity to establish connections with DHS professionals.
Graduate Students receive a $700 stipend per week plus travel expenses
Undergraduate Students receive a $600 stipend per week plus travel expenses
Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and many more.
10-week research experiences are offered at: Coast Guard Research and Development Center • Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute • Customs and Borders Protection • Engineer Research and Development Center • Federal Emergency Management Agency • National Security Technologies • National Urban Security Technology Laboratory • Naval Research Laboratory • Transportation Security Laboratory • DOE National Laboratories: Argonne, Berkeley, Livermore, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Pacific Northwest, and Sandia
How to Apply: Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/1468
Detailed information about the internships can be found at http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/
|Google Career Event|
Interested in learning more about Google? Come hear it from a Googler!
On November 6th and 9th Google will be hosting a virtual talk for you to
learn more about Google and the opportunities we offer to students. We hope
to meet you there.
Check out the details below and register for the event
If you're interested in Google opportunities make sure to include a soft
copy of your resume!
Who: Any tech-related majors (Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Math, Physics, etc.) are welcome. Unfortunately we're
not able to accommodate requests to speak with other majors at this time.
What: Google @ CSUB. A Virtual Session via Google Hangouts
When & Where:
November 6th (2pm-3pm) , SCI III Room 108 |
November 9th (11:30am-12:00pm), SCI III 311
November 9th (2:00pm-3:00pm), SCI III 315
Why: Learn more about Google's culture, our products, projects, hiring process, and more! What to do next?: Register for the event HERE. Update your resume and LinkedIn profiles and of course come with lots of good questions to get the most out of the session! If you've previously RSVPed to the department, you still need to fill out the Google Doc form to RSVP to Google. Hope to see you there!
|Research assistant opening|
Dr. Jafarzadeh is looking for self-motivated students with great work ethics to
pursue research in areas related to electrical engineering. Interested students are
encouraged to contact email@example.com with their resume attached. New research
assistants will be part of a research team, Investigators of Smart-Grid and
Renewable Energy for Electric Networks (IS-GREEN). For more information about
IS-GREEN, please visit www.cs.csub.edu/~is-green/
|Web Applications Developer opening|
Bakersfield City School District has an opening for a web applications developer. Details of the job may be found at this link. Use that link to apply as well. Deadline for application is October 14.
At Google, we believe information should be universally accessible. Our education and scholarship programs aim to inspire and help students become future leaders in computing and technology by breaking down the barriers that prevent them from entering these fields. If selected, scholarship recipients will each receive a $10,000 scholarship for the 2016-2017 academic year and be invited to attend the all-expense paid Annual Google Scholars' Retreat at the Googleplex this summer.?? Scholarships will be awarded based on the strength of applicants' academic background, leadership, and demonstrated passion for computer science.
Please see below for a list of open scholarships:
Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship is open to current female undergraduate or graduate students who will be studying at a university in the United States or Canada for the 2016-2017 academic year. Deadline: December 1, 2015
Generation Google Scholarship is open to current undergraduate or graduate students from an underrepresented background in computer science who will be studying at a university in United States or Canada for the 2016-2017 academic year. Deadline: December 1, 2015
Google Lime Scholarship is open to current undergraduate or graduate students with disabilities who will be studying at a university in United States or Canada for the 2016-2017 academic year. Deadline: December 6, 2015
Google SVA Scholarship for student veterans is open to current undergraduate or graduate student veterans who will be studying at a university in the United States for the 2016-2017 academic year. Deadline: November 2, 2015
For questions and complete details on all of our scholarships, please visit g.co/scholarships.
|Graduation Application Deadlines|
The campus has posted the graduation application deadlines for students
planning to graduate at the end of Spring 2016 (June 2016) or at the end of
Fall 2016 (December 2016). Those deadlines are:
Fall 2016 - October 30, 2015 |
Spring 2016 - November 20, 2015 More information and the application can be found at the campus graduation application page.
|Club Kickoff Meetings|
Welcome to a new school year. The following clubs will be having kickoff
meetings in the second week of the term.
The IEEE club kickoff meeting is Wednesday September 23rd at 5:00pm in Sci
The Computer Science and Engineering club kickoff meeting is Friday September
25th at 1:00pm in Sci III 324.
|Programmer Analyst position opening|
College of the Sequoias in Visalia has an opening for a Programmer Analyst. See the
job announcement for details.
|NSF SFS Dissemination Workshop|
The NSF SFS Dissemination Workshop will be held on Friday July 31, 2015.
This workshop is primarily for K-12 teachers and university instructors who
are interested in the materials developed for the two cybersecurity REVS-UP sections at CSUB. The workshop agenda and materials can be found at
|Updated Two Year Rotation|
The two year rotation has been updated to reflect changes in the 2015/16
academic year (including more sections of 300-level CMPS courses) and to
give a preliminary (and tentative) list of semester courses for 2016/17.
This update also fixes a course number typo: the semester course number
for CMPS 335 is CMPS 3350.
two year rotation
of courses PDF for more details. Updates are underlined.
Note that courses listed as tentative for
2015/16 are not guaranteed to be offered. They may be canceled due to staffing
issues and/or lack of student demand for the courses.
|CONGRATS 7th Annual Capture the Flag Contest Winners!|
1st place winnner Eddie Figuero who captured 9.5/10 flags |
2nd place winners Austin Chavez and Kyle Werts (9 flags)
3rd place winner Jose Hernandez (8 flags)
|Section of CMPS 335 Added to Fall 2015|
A section of CMPS 335 (Software Engineering) has been added to the Fall 2015
schedule. Lectures are scheduled MWF 2:00-3:10pm and labs are Th 12:45-3:15pm.
The prereqs for the course are a grade of C- or better in both CMPS 222 and
CMPS 223. The course is available on myCSUB now if you wish to register.
|Wrap-up for EOYP|
Thank you to all that attended the End of the Year Party (EOYP)! It was a
great event and you made those 20 pizzas disappear in record time. And a
special thanks to the faculty and staff of the department for making the
The first design project exhibition was also a success. There were wonderful
projects on display from both CMPS and ECE students. Thanks to all the students
who brought their projects!
|End of the Year Party!|
The department end of the year party will be Thursday June 4th from 3:30 to
5:00pm at the CEE/CS Tutoring Center (Sci III 324). There will be pizza,
chips, cookies, etc. provided for the festivities. If you wish to attend,
please sign up on one of the sign-up sheets posted on the doors of Sci III
317 (Erika's office), Sci III 324 (tutoring center), and Sci III 341 (study
room) so we can order enough food for the event. Alumni are also invited to
attend, and they can RSVP to Melissa Danforth by email.
New this year: Research Projects and Design Projects Exhibition hosted at
the same time in Sci III 328. Department students are invited to show their
research posters, class design projects, and senior projects. Please RSVP to
Erika Moreno (Sci III 317) to reserve a space. Let Erika know if you'll need
a computer, poster easel, or table space.
|High Speed Rail (HSR) Course|
ECE 277 — Special Topics in Engineering (3 units)
Instructors: Dr. Wei Li (Dr. Zhongping Yang)
MoTuWe: 3:30PM - 4:20PM, Science III 313
Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and pre-calculus
CSR Qingdao Sifang Locomotive & Rolling Stock Company sponsors "CSR Sifang Scholarship" for the course. Fifteen recipients will each be awarded $500.
This class can be used to replace ECE 160 for computer and electrical engineers on the 2013/15 catalog. It can also be used for 3 of the 15 elective units required for computer and electrical engineering students, or for 3 units of general elective credit for computer information systems students, regardless of catalog.
|Programming posistion at IES, Inc.|
Here is the requirement for the programming position at IES, Inc. This position is
Full time, however senior students can also apply for the job. Salary is OPEN and
|New Concepts job opening|
We have a job opening that we think might be a good fit for either a Comp Sci student, or a recent graduate with limited experience. We will obviously work around the schedule of a student.
The minimum requirements are intentionally set low. Our primary interest is finding someone willing to learn. If nothing else, it can't hurt them to apply to get experience with the process.
|SURF-IT summer research program at UC Santa Cruz open|
The application deadline is February 28, 2015. More information is
If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Potential senior project|
Interested in writing an app for "Country Western Shooting"
that would teach patterns of the game?
The app would be touch screen based and provide great real-world
If interested contact Sean Phillips. Email:
|NNSA Application now open, deadline to submint is December 15th at 12:00 PM EST.|
The NNSA internship application is now open for the Summer of 2015. The
deadline to submit is December 15th at 12:00 PM EST. Please see announcement
attached and share among friends if they are interested and meet the eligibility
criteria. If anyone has questions regarding these opportunities, please
encourage them to contact us at email@example.com .
|Winter 2015 Advising Notes Update|
Computer Science students who are on the waitlist in Winter 2015 for core
300-level CMPS courses and who plan to graduate by June 2015 should contact
Dr. Melissa Danforth for individual course substitution plans. In general,
given the large number of seniors on the waitlists, an additional 400-level
course (beyond the 400-level course requirements for the CMPS concentrations)
can be used to substitute for a 300-level core course for those who are
planning to graduate by June 2015. You will need to come by Dr. Danforth's
office for a substitution form in order for your grad check to be
processed correctly. This is a temporary substitution purely for those trying
to graduate by June 2015, as additional sections of the courses are planned
for the 2015/16 academic year.
|CMPS 305 in Winter 2015|
For those who are interested, CMPS 305 - Numerical Analysis, can be used as
a substitution for a 400-level elective course for the main Computer Science
track. The course meets on MWF from 11:30-12:40 and Th from 10:00-12:30, and
is being taught by Dr. Marc Thomas. The prereqs are Calc 3 and CMPS 221. It
is also cross-listed with MATH 305 for any mathematics majors who might be
interested in the course.
|CONGRATS TO MITCHELL H. !|
Mitchell is ranked #1 in Division I 500 Freestyle swimming and
3rd in 1650 Freestyle Swimming!!! Mitchell also knows how to code. :)
|Josh Hardin Senior Seminar Presentation|
Monday the 24th at 5:00 PM
|Embedded Systems/Firmware Engineer needed in Paso Robles|
ATC (a division of Scientific Drilling International) needs
will be responsible for projects and work dedicated to designing, debugging
and maintaining firmware. The individual will also work with internal
customers and engineering teams for feedback and process improvements.
Job responsibilities and requirements include: * Understands hardware / software interactions * 2-5 years experience with firmware. Bachelor's Degree in CSC, CPE or related engineering field required * Knowledge of embedded systems development and test tools such as JTAG, logic analyzers, and oscilloscopes. Experience with version control and build/make systems is a plus.If you are interested contact the ATC HR team at HR.ATC@scientificdrilling.com
|U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 2015 HS-STEM Summer Internships|
Application deadline: December 22, 2014
Undergraduate students receive a $6,000 stipend plus travel expenses.
10-week research: Argonne, Berkeley, Livermore, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, and
Areas of research: Engineering, computer science.
U.S. citizenship required
|Course Offering Updates|
The two year rotation and Spring 2015 course offerings have been updated in
response to staffing issues. The changes since the July update are noted in
bold font. See the
two year rotation
of courses and the
2014/15 course offerings
for the latest schedule.
|Pearson Student Coding Contest|
The Pearson Student Coding Contest calling on students who develop
relevant and innovative applications that integrate with the Pearson APIs.
The 2014 coding contest is open now. For details go
This contest could be a jumping off place for your senior sem project.
|IEEE Student Branch at CSUB|
Attention new students: The IEEE student branch at CSUB is seeking new
members. The club is starting a mentor program for incoming students which
will help them become more active in the engineering community and promote
extra curricular involvement as well as help new students build a foundation
for success in their engineering disciplines. The IEEE offers opportunities
for students to participate in a variety of engineering competitions and
projects. We will be having our first meeting Thursday September 25th, 2014
at 3:30pm in Science III 311.
You can contact Chase Cook, firstname.lastname@example.org, or James Vassar, email@example.com, for more information.
|SFS Dissemination Workshop|
Click on the following link to go to the page for the SFS Dissemination
|Theta Oilfield Services Needs Full-Time Coder|
Theta needs a FULL-TIME entry-level developer.
Any interested applicants can contact Kenny at
firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the company
|New Electives for Electrical Engineering|
The courses ECE 306, ECE 425, and ECE 426 have been added to the list of
Electrical Engineering electives for the 2013/15 catalog. ECE 306 and ECE 425
are being offered in Fall 2014.
|Grimmway Farms Network Administrator|
Under minimal supervision, maintains Active Directory,
Install, repair, and perform preventive maintenance of servers and
related software and hardware failures. Use project management skills
in order to complete multiple tasks concurrently. Test and install
new network applications or systems as assigned. Develop and
maintain proper system documentation.
Apply through RunnerLink - Job #7271 (www.csub.edu/cece - "student/alumni" link - RunnerLink)
|Bolthouse Farms Internship Opportunity|
Bolthouse Needs a Programmer Analyst
Intern. We are flexible with the start date, but are looking for solid
candidates who have already completed some programming courses and are in search
of a programming internship opportunity for this summer.
Contact: Jaress Loo, Custom Development Lead
|Aaron Swartz Documentary|
JUST RELEASED trailer for the documentary
Internet's Own Boy.
We will be showing the documentary as soon as it is released.
|Nonfat Media looking for web developers|
Nonfat Media develops and maintains high
traffic, high visibility dynamically driven websites for parent companies.
You will work in small teams of developers - communication skills,
attention to detail key assets. Candidates must currently be eligible to
work in US.
Desired Experience & Skills:
Send resume to email@example.com; For more about this position and
others, please see:
|Congrats David O., LabVIEW Associate Developer !|
You should get certified as a National Instruments
LabVIEW Associate Developer. LabVIEW certification would
be a great addition to your resume. You can take the
exam at Bakersfield College. Go here for details. Our very own David O. has passed
|Computer Science and Engineering Club|
Friday, April 11th at Noon the Computer Science and Engineering Club will be having a meeting to elect
new officers and discuss the next year's activities. Please attend and tell the other club members!
|Regarding Lawrence Livermore internships|
From Ryan Alldrege:|
As promised, I also spoke with Daphne regarding the links for students interested in internships or full-time positions.
|Congrats to Alfonso P, Josh W, Sulaiman A, and Sean A!|
The CSUB Student Research Competition winners have been announced. In the
Engineering and Computer Sciences category, Alfonso Puga won 1st place for
his presentation on his web server artificial immune system research and the
team consisting of Josh Ward, Sulaiman Alkadashee, and Sean Acord won 2nd
place for their UAV research. Congratulations to all!
|Additional Seats in PHIL 316 for Spring|
Philosophy has opened up additional seats in PHIL 316 for Spring. If you
had planned to take PHIL 316 in Spring but had not signed up yet due to
it being closed, you can sign up now. You may need to add yourself to the
waitlist until Peoplesoft gets around to processing the waitlisted students.
|Musicians Needed for CEE/CS Department Song Mix|
Contact Luke at firstname.lastname@example.org or see donna for details.
|CONGRATS MITCHELL H!|
Our very own swimmer Mitchell H ranked 7th in the nation
in 1650 freestyle and will be traveling to Austin Texas to
compete in nationals. Wish him luck!
|Congratulations to Alfonso!|
Alfonso Puga has won first place in the Computer Sciences and Information
Management poster session at the Emerging Researchers National Conference
(ERN 2014) in Washington DC. His poster was titled "Web Automated Immune
System" and was about the code he has developed as part of his research
assistant job for Dr. Danforth under the NSF SFS cybersecurity grant.
Congratulations to Alfonso!
|Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory visit|
From Travis Burns: |
Dear Faculty and Members of the Computer Science and Engineering Club:
Do you want to visit Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and have a private tour? Now is your chance!
Monday March 31st we can go visit!
What you need to do:
1. Be a citizen of the United States of America. I tried to get around this, but could not.
2. Call 925-422-7511 and talk to Daphne. Have your social security number.
3. Email her at email@example.com with your name, date of birth, address, phone number, email address, and confirm your citizenship.
4. Confirm with Travis Burns that you are going.
|OwlCam is Back!|
The owl is back at Sci II in CSUB. View the OwlCam to see the nest and
progress of the owlets:
|Spring 2014 Course Changes|
Due to low enrollments and logistical issues, ECE 277 (Special Topics - High
Speed Rail) has been deferred to Fall 2014. In its place, ECE 434 (Control
Systems) will be offered in Spring 2014 at the same time as ECE 277. ECE 434
counts as an elective course for both engineering programs. If you had ECE
277 on your graduation check, please see your advisor to update your course
plan. If you have any questions about ECE 434, contact Dr. Wei Li.
|JTI Electric Needs CE/EE Part-time Interns|
Are you a EE or CE major in your senior year and interested in Controls
Interns will assist and receive training in control design,
programming in RSLogix5000, HMI and SCADA systems Design/programming,
This is a short term opportunity with a long term perspective.
20 hours per week at $15.00/hr.
Please send resume to Nader Shokry at
for info on company.
|Congrats Anthony B!|
Anthony nabbed an on-campus job at the Faculty Teaching & Learning
Center (TLC). Good job Anthony!
|Hot Job Market for Coders|
Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts 97,000 more US computing jobs than
US computer science graduates EACH YEAR! And US companies are
outsourcing less than 1/3 of overall coding jobs.
See Calvin College Study.
|Computer Science and Engineering Club Meeting|
The Computer Science and Engineering Club will be holding a club meeting
Monday January 13th at 9:30 am to determine a new Treasurer and talk about
more fund raising opportunities. We will be meeting in SCI III 324.
|Engineering Technician Position at OXY, 10800 Stockdale Hwy, Bakersfield, CA|
Qualifications: Minimum education of an AA degree in computer science, engineering, or mathematics. Proficiency with Microsoft applications, including Access. Strong time management skills. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Demonstrated effectiveness as a team player. Strong oral and written communication skill set.For specific qualifications for open positions and to apply, log onto www.oxy.com/careers. See: Engineering Specialist - Reservoir (00007957) Engineering Technician/Specialist - Reservoir (00008853)
|Jr. System Admin. Needed|
See Job Description.
Salary range is between $38-42K annually with
401K, Health, Dental and Vision Benefits as well.
Candidates can email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 2014 HS-STEM Summer Internships|
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is now accepting applications
for a 10-week undergraduate student internship program in the summer of 2014.
The internship program provides research experiences at one of several research
facilities located across the country. Accepted students will receive a $5000
stipend plus limited travel expenses. U.S. citizenship is required.
Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics,
chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and
incident management, social sciences, and more.
Application deadline: January 6, 2014
Detailed information and application guidelines: http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/
|Private Tutor needed for Ruby|
Contact Jason at (818)450-4424. $20/hr. Start ASAP.
|summer research opportunity for CSU students|
Interested in pursuing a career in K-12 science or math education?
Participants earn $4,500 to do research at a national lab, private research facility, or university. Up to $2,250 in additional support for housing is available to those who qualify.
The 2014 STAR Program runs from June 16 to August 16, 2014.
We will be accepting applications online through January 31, 2014.
To find out more about STAR or to apply go to:
|RLH Fire Protection has Opening for Jr. System Administrator|
This position is part or full time.
See job announcement
|Level I Technology Consultant Needed at CSUB TLC|
See job posting
|Congrats Paul H!|
Paul H is among the first 75 to complete
the second part of the IBM Master the Mainframe competition 100% correct!
He is gonna be getting some swag, (basically clothing and the
like). Paul is continuing with the 3rd part (real world
applications). GO PAUL!
|Theta Oilfield Services Needs Software Developer|
|Kern Health Systems Looking for Software Developer - Programmer I/II|
|Opening for Mobile Application Developer with Visionary Media Group|
Are you a Web/Mobile App
Developer (Android) looking for an unpaid internship?
Visionary Media Group is seeking a
self-motivated and cooperative coder to
develop and support large-scale projects.
For more info email VisionaryMediaGroup00@gmail.com.
|Designers & Drafters Needed|
IES Engineering (local)
has openings for Designers and
Drafters in their Electrical and Mechanical Departments.
Interested students can submit an application and resume
or contact Mallory Reese Administrative Assistant
8800 Crippen St., Bakersfield, CA 93311
Desk: 661.381.7956 | Office: 661.381.7800
|Tutor Needed in Computer Science|
If you are interested in doing one on one
computer science tutoring call 661-665-8325. This is not
an on-campus job.
|Dr. Previdi to lecture on Control System and Mechatronics 2:30--3:30pm, Friday 10/25 in SCI III Rm 313|
All Students and Faculty are welcome!
Dr. Previdi, Associate Prof in Control Systems and
Mechatronics at the University of Bergamo, Italy
spoke at ASME Mechatronics Conference at Stanford.
He is currently a visiting professor at the University of California in
|IBM Master the Mainframe Contest Begins Monday, October 7|
Registration for the 2013 IBM Master the Mainframe Contest is now! This
year, the IBM Academic Initiative System z team is giving away $53,000+ in
prizes, including Google Nexus 10 tablets and expenses-paid trips.
The technical challenges will give you
sought-after skills and hands-on experience with four different
Visit the 2013 MM homepage for details and registration.
You can use this contest as a jumping off place for
your Senior Project.
|Congrats Anthony G!|
Anthony is our first EE major to land a job in Bakersfield. He
will be a Facilities Engineer, Automation & SCADA.
Well done, Anthony!
|CSUB and Tianjin University Joint Research on Mind-Controlled Humanoid Robot|
Dr. Wei Li and faculty at Tianjin University
made great progress this summer on Cerebot, a Mind-Controlled Humanoid Robot
Platform. See this
blog post on his RobotLab.
Video clips of Dr. Wei's research:
(1) SSVEP model ,
(2) P300 model,
(3) Obstacle Avoidance,
(4) Go Through Door ,
and (5) Exploration and Surveillance
|Interested in Grad School? USC REACH Program Event, Nov 21-22|
REACH targets underrepresented US students entering Jr year
and considering a PhD
in CE/CS. Students attend presentations about
research, tour USC, meet current students, and
attend workshops on applying for PhD admission and
funding graduate study.
See REACH website for how to apply.
|Congrats to Heidi S!|
Heidi nailed a great internship! She and 3 other students from
across the US will work this summer on
NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) mission
at Stanford and Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory (LSMAL).
|DSP & Communications Lab|
DSP & Communications Lab features vector signal generators and analyzers, NI ELVIS II
boards and much more state-of-the-art equipment.