[ugrads] Fwd: Fermilab - CoOp Opportunities

Fred Hickernell hickernell at iit.edu
Thu Oct 1 18:35:52 CDT 2015



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Fred


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> From: Russell Betts <betts at iit.edu>
> Date: October 1, 2015 at 4:14:34 PM MDT
> To: Grant Bunker <bunker at iit.edu>, Fred Hickernell <hickernell at iit.edu>, Eunice Santos <esantos2 at iit.edu>
> Subject: Fwd: Fermilab - CoOp Opportunities
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> See below
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>> From: Shirlean Williams <swilli26 at iit.edu <mailto:swilli26 at iit.edu>>
>> Date: October 2, 2015 7:02:00 AM GMT+09:00
>> To: betts at iit.edu <mailto:betts at iit.edu>, Amber Chatellier <achatell at iit.edu <mailto:achatell at iit.edu>>, ashfaq at iit.edu <mailto:ashfaq at iit.edu>,  Bob Carlson <carlson at iit.edu <mailto:carlson at iit.edu>>, Bonnie Dow <dow at iit.edu <mailto:dow at iit.edu>>, Carolyn Nivling <cnivling at iit.edu <mailto:cnivling at iit.edu>>,  cs-job-postings-group at iit.edu <mailto:cs-job-postings-group at iit.edu>
>> Subject: FW: Fermilab - CoOp Opportunities
>> 
>> Hi,
>>  
>> Can you please forward this opportunity to current students?
>>  
>> We are currently in search of qualified students for the co-op opportunities below.  To learn about Fermilab’s co-op program, visit  http://wdrs.fnal.gov/employ/coopessay.html <http://wdrs.fnal.gov/employ/coopessay.html>.   Please direct interested students to apply at our employment site https://fermi.hodesiq.com/ <https://fermi.hodesiq.com/> .
>>  
>> COOP Student (Hardware) 
>> Job Code: 000646HW 
>> Department: Computing Sector (CS) 
>> Description:
>> To learn more about Fermilab's Cooperative Education Program, please visit 
>> http://wdrs.fnal.gov/employ/coopessay.html <http://wdrs.fnal.gov/employ/coopessay.html>
>> The Real-time Systems Engineering (RSE) department within the Scientific Computing Division of Fermilab seeks a Co-operative Education (Co-op) student to participate in the department's development and deployment of data acquisition (DAQ) and control systems for particle physics experiments. The RSE department contributes to small and large scale collaborations - designing, implementing, and debugging hardware, firmware, and software solutions. 
>> 
>> The successful applicant will work under the direction of an RSE department member and potentially contribute to some of RSE's ongoing efforts on such experiments as Mu2e, NOVA, and DUNE. The department also has ongoing research and development efforts in the direction of web-based graphical user interfaces and "internet-of-things" control systems. Depending on the applicant's specific interests, the selected applicant may be called upon to perform calculations, design/test/debug electronic hardware, write software, or develop FPGA firmware.
>> Responsibilities
>> Work closely with colleagues and experimenters to develop DAQ components that meet the needs of experiments 
>> Gather requirements and feedback from scientific users 
>> Design, code, test, debug, document, and maintain DAQ and control system components 
>> Communicate to division managers, peers, and stakeholders in written and oral form 
>> Participate in design discussions and technical reviews
>>  
>> COOP Student (Software) 
>> Job Code: 000646SW 
>> Department: Computing Sector (CS) 
>> Description:
>> To learn more about Fermilab's Cooperative Education Program, please visit 
>> http://wdrs.fnal.gov/employ/coopessay.html <http://wdrs.fnal.gov/employ/coopessay.html>
>> The Real-time Systems Engineering (RSE) department within the Scientific Computing Division of Fermilab seeks a Co-operative Education (Co-op) student to participate in the department's development and deployment of data acquisition (DAQ) and control systems for particle physics experiments. The RSE department contributes to small and large scale collaborations - designing, implementing, and debugging hardware, firmware, and software solutions. 
>> 
>> The successful applicant will work under the direction of an RSE department member and potentially contribute on the software front to some of RSE's ongoing efforts on such experiments as Mu2e, NOVA, and DUNE. The department also has ongoing research and development efforts in the direction of web-based graphical user interfaces and "internet-of-things" control systems. Depending on the applicant's specific interests, the selected applicant may be called upon to design/test/debug software for standard processors, embedded systems, or parallel processor environments.
>> Responsibilities:
>> Work closely with colleagues and experimenters to develop DAQ software components that meet the needs of experiments 
>> Gather requirements and feedback from scientific users 
>> Design, code, test, debug, document, and maintain DAQ and control system software components 
>> Communicate to division managers, peers, and stakeholders in written and oral form 
>> Participate in design discussions and technical reviews
>>  
>> Thanks,
>>  
>> Shirlean 
>>  
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