Undergraduate Announcement 8/26/16

ME HOUSEKEEPING

1)  Welcome/Welcome Back Everyone!

 

2)  If you wish to sign up for Ugrad Research Credit (ME 199, ME 196 or ME H194), here are the steps:

 

-Get approval from your ME Faculty sponsor.  Work out the hours/units and if this is graded or ungraded.

-Send me an email letting me know if you wish to sign up for graded or ungraded units and how many units you wish.  Please copy your Faculty Adviser.

 

All requests for sign up are due to me no later than, Wednesday, Sept. 7th.

 

3)  New Students:  Please consider signing up for Electronic Fund Transfer if you haven't already done so.

 

Have an spectacular weekend!

-Shareena

San Francisco Biomechanics Lab Looking For Fall Interns

About Us

The Taylor Collaboration is a biomechanics lab located at St. Mary's Medical Center in San Francisco. The lab works with medical device companies and surgeons to design and test their implants and surgical instruments. We specialize in orthopedic devices and biomechanics research but also collaborate with clinicians on neurosurgical and general surgical studies.

 

About the Internship

As an MRRI you will shadow our research and development engineers, assist in our current research projects, perform specimen dissections, and gain hands-on experience in our machine shop.

MRRI’s are expected to work 2-3 days a week (Monday – Friday), 6-8 hours per day for a minimum of four weeks. This is an unpaid internship.

 

How to Apply

Applications for the MRRI Program are accepted year-round. Please send a current resume and a cover letter detailing your interest in the MRRI program to jobs@taylorcollaboration.org. More information about our internship program can be found on our website, www.taylorcollaboration.org/contact/. Students with interest or experience in the fields of mechanical engineering, bioengineering, or medical devices are encouraged to apply.

HJ Science & Technology, Inc Internship

HJ Science & Technology, Inc. is a startup company focused on the development and commercialization of state-of-the-art, miniaturized automation platforms for chemical and biological analysis. We are based in the QB3 East Bay Innovation Center in Berkeley. For additional information regarding our technology and our team, please visit www.hjsciencetech.com. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for part-time internship positions.

 

Intern – Control Instrumentation  

 

Primary Role

 

We are looking for an engineering intern to develop prototype control instrumentation to couple with and support our microfluidic platform. These systems can include temperature control systems, pneumatic actuation systems, and various optical detection systems.

 

Primary Responsibilities

 

  • Develop and validate control systems to be coupled with microfluidic devices

 

  • Time Commitment: 15 – 20 Hrs/Week

 

Desirable Skills

 

  • Experience with mechanical design

 

  • Experience designing and prototyping electronics

 

  • Basic programming experience

 

  • Effective communication skills

 

Qualifications

 

BS in ME or EECS

 

For consideration, please send your resume and cover letter to hmehrabani5110@gmail.com

LBNL Project For Undergrad Students

Please see the attached flyer.

Open Undergraduate Research Positions Open In AME Lab
The AME Lab is hiring undergraduates who can help with energy storage research. Our lab researches printed electronics with a strong focus on industry applications. Our website can be found at http://ame.berkeley.edu/
 
The position includes the following:
  • Following written recipes to make inks
  • Printing or casting samples by hand or with computer-controlled equipment
  • Taking measurements of printed samples and completing datasheets
  • Running experiments to measure electrochemical system parameters such as redox potentials, current density, etc.
  • Taking measurements of rheological properties of inks
 
Requirements
  • Able to work independently and efficiently
  • Strong attention to rigor and detail
  • Willing to learn and able to learn quickly
  • Follow hygienic and safe lab practices
  • Able to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Prior wet lab experience preferred, but not required
 
Availability and Compensation
  • Starting immediately through the semester, with potential to continue afterwards
  • Minimum 10 hours/week
  • Paid position
 
Please send your resume and brief description of any relevant experience directly to amehiring@lists.berkeley.edu, and include “AME Ugrad Position” in the subject line.
Boeing Infosession Information

Coffee with Boeing: All students are welcome to join Boeing’s UC Berkeley campus team for coffee from 3:00-6:00PM on Tuesday, September 13th. This is a great opportunity to meet Boeing’s UC Berkeley campus team and ask any questions students have about the different opportunities and job roles at Boeing.

 

Infosession: We’ll be having an infosession in 240 Bechtel on Tuesday, September 13th from 6:00-7:00PM.

 

Please see the attached flyer.

Research Position in Mueller Lab (Robotics-Related)

The lab name and location:  Mueller lab, Etcheverry Hall

 

The research area(s) for the project:  Aerial robotics, control, estimation, system design.

 

Description:  We are creating an aerial robotics testbed, and this project aims to create tools and infrastructure to be used in research on autonomous flying robots. Multiple sub-projects are possible, based on students interest, including e.g. control work, state estimation, and data visualization. All work will directly relate to making a flying robot.

 

Criteria needed:  Excellent academic background, GPA of at least 3.5, and a Junior standing. Good hands-on programming skills, preferably experience with C/C++ and Python. Enthusiasm for creating something new.

 

Contact person:  Please write Prof. Mark Mueller at mwm@berkeley.edu, and include a brief resume. Please prepend the email title with "[ugrad research application]".
 

Mentors Needed For E-Bike Competition At Richmond High School

Please see flyer.

Paper Cutter Job For Student

I have a bit of a strange job request but one I think should be pretty straight forward for a student. 

 
I'm looking to modify a paper cutter (click link below to see model) so that I can adjust the amount being trimmed off down to exactly 1/64", perfectly square. Essentially I want the student to create a sliding back stop, with a measurement gauge, that tells me exactly how much paper is being trimmed off down to 1/64". I do some very detailed restoration work so need this to be completely precise.
 
Happy to elaborate more on this to you or anyone interested. I'm not sure what year or experience level I should be targeting so I'll look to you for some guidance on that.
 
Please contact me at briandeer415@Gmail.Com or 858-354-6568.
 
Thanks, Brian
 

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