The Smart Structures Technology Laboratory (SSTL) is looking for an hourly research assistant to help with image annotation for research towards automated image-based inspection of civil infrastructure. The research assistant will be expected to annotate a few dozen images per week by precisely painting over or highlighting with input tools (similar to MS paint or Photoshop) regions in the image that correspond to certain structural defects or structural components using software tools developed by SSTL researchers.
Please see the attached flyer for information on the Advanced Materials Characterization Workshop (AMC) being held June 4-5, 2019.
Attached please find the Summer 2019 CEE REU Program Call for Proposals.
In summary (for 2019):
Summer Career & Professional Development Workshop Series
Mark your calendars! This summer, the Graduate College will offer a series of career and professional development workshops on a variety of topics. Every Tuesday, you’ll learn skills and strategies to help you succeed in graduate school and beyond:
Please see the attached flyers for information on WindAid's 2019 Volunteer Program.
Burling Builders, Inc. is seeking to fill a Project Intern opening in the Champaign, IL area. Those interested should see the attached flyer.
The 4-H state office is working on a new event called TechQuest and is looking to build a team. They have a position for an Engineering student who is knowledgeable in a couple STEM related topics. This would be a summer internship that could go into the school year. Interested students should see the attached pdf with contacts and information about the internship.
Aili Wang, Faculty Candidate for Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Zhejiang-University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Institute (ZJUI) will hold a seminar on May 7, 2019 10:00 AM, 410 C1 Engineering Hall.
Please see the attached flyers for more details.
Info Session – Study Abroad with Barcelona SAE and Pompeu Fabra University
Monday, April 22 from 4:00 – 4:50 p.m. in Lincoln Hall 1065
Envision will be hosting the hands-on portion of I-STEAM live on Saturday, April 27th. I-STEAM Live is an event where over 150 middle school students will be coming from Champaign/Urbana, Chicago and East St. Louis to experience hands-on science, technology, engineering, art, and math. To make this day possible, the principle scholars program (PSP) has asked envision to help staff the 6 break-out rooms. The activities will be planned beforehand and all we need to do is come help run the activities.