iMEGRAD Vol. II No. 43(9/16/2016)

News for Mechanical Engineering Graduate Students.
Inside this Issue:
ME Housekeeping

Welcome To the New Semester!

Important Deadlines:
September 16, 2016: Deadline to turn in Confirmation of Class Schedule to Student Services Office
September 19, 2016: Deadline to submit MS Candidacy form to Student Services Office.

How to Add/Drop or Change Units/Grade Option 

Become a SHPE MentorNet Mentor!

Join The Engineering Library Student Committee

Outreach Opportunity: Help Girls Get Excited About STEM!
Info Session/Workshop
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Competition & Workshop

Participate in NSF "Innovations in Graduate Education" Project

Workshop On Teaching: Peer Exchange and Feedback on Statements of Teaching Philosophy

NSE Seminar -- Self-assembled nanomaterials solving practical energy problems

LEED Green Associate (GA) Training: Become LEED Accredited!

Data Science Job Training for ME Students
Fellowship & Competition
NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship (NSTRF17) - Fall 2017 Application Due on November 3, 2016

American-Scandinavian Foundation Fellowships & Grants Program 2017/18

Lawrence Fellowship at LLNL, Livermore, CA - Due Date: October 1

Insight Data Science Fellowships -- Due Date: October 24

MindSumo Engineering Projects Competition
Internship & Job Opportunity

Mentors needed - Fall 2016 Session of BeAScientist STEM Outreach at Willard Middle School

ExxonMobil Campus Job Fair -- September 15

2017 Co-ops at Sandia National Laboratories

Career Opportunities: Software Engineer II

Student recruitment at Berkeley Lab


Dear incoming and continuing graduate students,

welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Berkeley and to the new semester!  The semester is underway, and no doubt you are very busy: taking or teaching classes; searching for a research advisor, working on research in labs or libraries; meeting with faculty; developing various skills sets; writing proposals or theses; perhaps preparing for job searches ahead. Whatever you are committed to, we'd like to ensure you our help through your graduate career. You are pursuing your graduate career at the best public national university, and we have no doubt that you will find many rewarding opportunities within the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the College, the Campus and our surrounding community. So we encourage you to explore without limit, expand your knowledge and social network, and thrive!

We wish you all a very productive and rewarding academic year!  Go Bears!


The Graduate Student Services Office Staff


Important Deadlines:

September 16, 2016: Deadline to turn in Confirmation of Class Schedule to Student Services Office

September 19, 2016: Deadline to submit MS Candidacy form to Student Services Office.


How to Add/Drop or Change Units/Grade Option 

As you all know, the deadline to be officially registered was Friday, December 9, 2016. From now till the end of the semester, if you wish to add or drop classes, or change your course units or grade option, you must do the following:

  1. Complete the ADD/DROP form
  2. Have it sign by your Major Field Advisor
  3. Submit it to the Student Services Office 

Please be advised that you must get the signature of the instructor as well, if you are adding a class or changing the number of unit of a class you already enrolled in.


Become a SHPE MentorNet Mentor!

MentorNet, a division of Great Minds in STEM, and SHPE are both deeply committed to increasing the number of Latino students who attain STEM degrees. 

To advance this shared goal, SHPE is partnering with MentorNet to support the persistence of SHPE students to degree completion.

Join. Complete your profile at  SHPE MentorNet Community.

Connect. Mentees select a mentor and send a personal invitation. Mentoring is one­on­one – mentees send only one invitation at a time and are matched with only one mentor. Pairs choose how to communicate – email, video, phone, text – whatever works for them.

Learn. Pairs receive weekly discussion topics designed to support your mentee's success in completing a STEM degree. Our topics help to start conversations that lead to meaningful interactions.

Share. Your perspective is important to your mentee! Mentor­mentee pairs communicate for about 20 minutes per week during the four­month mentorship, but their relationships often last a lifetime.

Succeed. Mentorships make a difference! 92% of MentorNet mentees graduate with a STEM degree.


Join The Engineering Library Student Committee

The Kresge Engineering Library is looking for two graduate student representatives for our Engineering Library Student Committee. The committee is one of seven College of Engineering Committees that seek student feedback in order to improve services. If you would like to volunteer, please send an email explaining your interest in and qualifications for the committee to by Friday, September 30, 2016.

What does the committee do?

The Engineering Library Student Committee (composed of 2 graduate students and 2 undergraduate students) gathers feedback from fellow students about the Engineering Library, provides their own feedback and suggestions to the Library, and advises the Library on student opinion related to library policies, spaces, collections, websites, and digital services. In previous years, the committee successfully helped to increase Saturday hours at the library and prioritized improvements to space and services. 

What are our expectation for the committee for the next year?

The Engineering Library Student Committee will meet once a semester to discuss questions, suggestions, and feedback about the library. Committee members will help the library to publicize collections and services to undergraduate and graduate students, and to increase library outreach on CalDay. Committee members can also gather feedback from students throughout the year and forward it to the library. The expected time commitment is about 5 hours per semester.

The appointment is for the 2016-2017 academic year. 


Outreach Opportunity: Help Girls Get Excited About STEM!

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) wants you! EYH plans and implements a daylong conference, which serves to introduce middle school girls to career opportunities in mathematics, science, engineering, computer science, and technology. Between 5th and 8th grade, the percentage of girls interested in STEM falls from 50% to 20%. EYH strives to provide these girls with female role models already involved in STEM careers.
We are looking for motivated, enthusiastic female graduate students or post-docs to join our planning committee! We have multiple committees on which you could serve: finance, logistics, food, facilities, recruitment/materials, workshops, and registration. Every member of the planning committee is equally important to a smooth, successful conference.
There will be a first all-committee meeting of the semester on Wednesday, September 21st from 6-8 PM in 2063 VLSB. There will be pizza! If you are interested, please email Rosemary Romero at




NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Competition & Workshop

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program has announced their competition for 2017-2018.  Prospective NSF GRFP fellowship applicants should visit the application website:  


The website includes a Program Solicitation which contains information on application deadlines, eligibility requirements and materials.

NSF GRFP Applicant Workshop:


A workshop for prospective applicants will be held on Wednesday, September 28 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM in 309 Sproul Hall (
The workshop will provide valuable tips that will assist in strengthening applications.  Speakers include UCB’s NSF fellowship coordinator, a UCB professor that served on a previous year's NSF panel, and three current UCB NSF fellows.  


Participate in NSF "Innovations in Graduate Education" Project
Seeking graduate students mentoring undergraduates in research through URAP: 
With funding from NSF, the Graduate Division is conducting research to find out how tools developed for its Student Mentoring and Research Teams (SMART) program might work for graduate students in a variety of different mentoring situations. 


If you are willing to participate, you will be provided the first version of a "tool kit" containing guidance, templates for common documents, and information about further resources, that participants in the first four years of the SMART program have tested and found useful. You will be asked to respond to two brief surveys, one at the start of the semester, and one at the end. 
To express interest, use this link to provide your information. If the link is not working, copy and paste the following into your browser:


Workshop On Teaching: Peer Exchange and Feedback on Statements of Teaching Philosophy

​Fri​day, ​​​September 1​6​, 201​6
​​​​3​​​:00 - ​4​​​​​:​30 p.m. ​, 309 Sproul Hall

Facilitator:​​​​Linda von Hoene, Ph.D. ​Director, GSI teaching and Resource Center

This workshop is designed for graduate students who are interested in improving their statements ​of teaching philosophy through feedback from peers. Workshop participants will exchange statements of teaching philosophy and provide​ ​and receive input. Participants must bring two copies of a draft of their statement of teaching philosophy to participate in the workshop.   ​

Future Workshops on Teaching: 

Working with Student Writing​
​​Monday, September​ ​2​​6​, ​2:00​ ​-​ ​3:30, ​309 Sproul Hall
​Assessing Teaching and Learning
​Tuesday,​​October 1​1​, ​1​​:​3​0​ ​-​3​:​0​0, ​309 Sproul Hall
Creating Inclusive Classrooms
​Wednes​day, ​October 19, ​2​:00​ - 3​:30, ​309 Sproul Hall
Syllabus and Course Design

​Wednesday, ​October 26, ​3:00​ -​ 4​:30, ​309 Sproul Hall
​​How Students Learn​?
​​Thursday, ​​November 1​0​, ​2​:​3​0​ ​-​​​ ​4​:​0​0, ​309 Sproul Hall​

Sponsored by: GSI Teaching & Resource Center, Graduate Division


NSE Seminar -- Self-assembled nanomaterials solving practical energy problems

Friday 16 September at 2 pm in
Room 390 Hearst Memorial Mining Building

Sarah Tolbert, Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science at UCLA, and Inorganic Nano researcher at our sister organization CNSI  


In this talk, we examine ways that solution processed nanostructured materials can be used to address issues of relevance to energy storage, harvesting, and conservation. 

We begin with work on conjugated organic materials with potential application in solar energy harvesting, and specifically explore how aqueous assembly of amphiphilic conjugated polymers and molecules can be used to create electron transfer cascades reminiscent of those found in biological photosynthetic systems. The result is a synthetic system that can create very long lived photo-generated charge carriers. 


We then move to nanoporous materials for electrochemical energy storage. Materials with appropriate porous architectures can be synthesized using either block-copolymer templating methods or using selective solution phase dealloying of mixed metal solid-state precursors. The resulting nanoporous materials can form the basis for high power electrochemical energy storage materials known as pseudocapacitors. In such materials, the nanoscale porosity can produce a very desirable combination of electrical connectivity, electrolyte access to the interior of the material, ample surface redox sites, and very short solid-state diffusion lengths for lithium ions. With idealized architectures, we have shown that a unique combination of high energy density and high power density can be achieved, in some cases combined with reactivity toward ions other than Li+. Related systems also show promise for chemical energy storage in the form of electrocatalytic water splitting. 


Finally, if time permits, we will examine how nanocrystals can be used to create very low write energy magnetic switches using voltage controlled magnetic anisotropy. Taken together, the results show how controlled nanoscale architecture has exciting potential to impact the global energy problem.


LEED Green Associate (GA) Training: Become LEED Accredited!

When: October 29th 20161:00PM to 5:00 PM
Where: UC Berkeley – Barrows Hall – Room 140 -


Interested in getting involved in the Green Building Industry? Opportunities are plentiful in the field of sustainable design and LEED is at its forefront.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a green-rating point system, or a scorecard. The more energy efficient and sustainable a building is, the more points it will earn. To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 5000 students pass their respective exam at a 100% pass rate. This course is offered at a quarter of the price and time as the competition and is geared at allowing students to graduate with letters after their name!


Just as Buildings can be LEED certified, people in the sustainable construction industry can become LEED Professionals. The LEED Green Associate (GA) credential is the only entry level sustainability designation and shows employers and clients that you have certified knowledge in the green building industry.  A new LEED rating system (v4) was introduced last month and this training course is one of the few that has been updated to teach the current rating system. This course meets the exam’s eligibility requirements and the USGBC charges a $100 (reduced for students) fee for the actual exam which can be taken at any time at your nearest Prometric center.
Cost: $300 ($200 for full time students)
To register for the class please visit:
You can register via PayPal or RSVP your attendance by registering at the bottom of the page

Data Science Job Training for ME Students

This summer 2016 July 5th – August 26th in Berkeley, CA

Signal Data Science is an 8 week intensive training program that prepares students with strong quantitative skills for industry jobs as data scientists. We teach

  1. Programming in R 
  2. Scraping and cleaning data 
  3. Exploring and analyzing data using statistics 
  4. Predictive modeling
  5. Presenting findings 
  6. Interviewing skills

We offer a pair programming-focused curriculum, facilitating students to learn from each other’s strengths. We cover everything from basic linear regression to advanced, industry-relevant methods like gradient boosting and dimensionality reduction. You’ll learn from a combination of lectures, short knowledge-reinforcement problems, and longer, more open-ended assignments focusing on analyzing real datasets.

Why and Who

Data science is a rapidly growing and lucrative field. People coming from STEM graduate programs have often developed most of the analytical skills needed, and would be highly sought in industry if they developed the programming, predictive modeling and interviewing skills needed. We bridge the gap.

Contact Info

If you'd like to learn more about the program, you can contact us at


NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship (NSTRF17) - Fall 2017 Application Due on November 3, 2016


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Headquarters has released a solicitation, titled NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships (NSTRF) - Fall 2017, on September 8, 2016. The solicitation is available by visiting the URL:{A3488581-2E70-6AA1-76F0-E9A5A770A975}&path=open
NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) seeks to sponsor U.S. citizen and permanent resident graduate student researchers who show significant potential to contribute to NASA’s goal of creating innovative new space technologies for our Nation’s science, exploration, and economic future. This call for graduate student fellowship applications solicits applications from individuals pursuing or planning to pursue master’s (e.g., M.S.) or doctoral (e.g., Ph.D.) degrees in relevant space technology disciplines at accredited U.S. universities.
Selected applicants will perform research at their respective campuses and at NASA Centers. In addition to his or her faculty advisor, each Fellow will be matched with a technically relevant and community-engaged researcher who will serve as the student’s research collaborator.
This solicitation has two phases:
Phase A is the application submission by the student. All Phase A applications must be submitted electronically through NSPIRES and are due by 6 PM ET on November 3, 2016. Detailed submission instructions for applicants are provided under "Other Documents" on the NSPIRES webpage associated with the NSTRF17 solicitation. Potential student applicants are urged to access the NSPIRES electronic proposal system well in advance of the proposal due date to register with NSPIRES, familiarize themselves with its structure, and to enter the requested information.
Phase B is the application submission by the university where the selected student will be enrolled for the fall 2017 term as a full-time graduate student (as specified in the NSTRF17 solicitation).
Awards are planned to coincide with the start of the 2017 academic year and are subject to the availability of appropriated funds. Awards resulting from this competitive selection will be made in the form of training grants to accredited U.S. universities. This solicitation covers only new fellowship applications; renewal applications are handled separately.

Comments and questions may be addressed by e-mail to the Space Technology Research Grants Program Executive, Claudia Meyer ( Responses to inquiries will be answered by e-mail and may also be included in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document located on the NSPIRES page associated with the solicitation; anonymity of individuals/institutions who submit questions will be preserved.


American-Scandinavian Foundation Fellowships & Grants Program 2017/18

The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our Fellowships and Grants program for the 2017/18 academic year. We appreciate you notifying qualified candidates about our program. The deadline for applications is November 1, 2016.


The ASF will offer around $300,000 to outstanding American students, scholars, professionals and artists for study and/or research in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden. Fellowships of up to $23,000 are intended to support an academic year-long stay, and priority is given to students at the graduate level who need to spend time at foreign academic or research institutions. Grants of up to $5,000 are considered more suitable for shorter research visits, both on the graduate or post-doctoral level. Funding is available to candidates in all fields.


Online application and further ASF Award information available online:


The ASF also awards fellowships and grants to Scandinavians. These are made on the recommendation of ASF’s cooperating organizations abroad, with each country setting its own deadline. Contact information for the ASF’s cooperating organizations in Scandinavia can be found on the ASF website.


Lawrence Fellowship at LLNL, Livermore, CA - Due Date: October 1


The Lawrence Fellowship is a highly-competitive postdoctoral position at LLNL that is open to all technical disciplines (including: biology, chemistry, applied mathematics, computer science, Energy, Engineering, Materials science, geoscience, physics). Fellowships are awarded to candidates with exceptional talent, scientific track records, and potential for significant achievements. Typically, two to four fellowships are awarded each year, and the awards are for three years. Fellows are free to pursue their own research agenda under the guidance of a senior staff scientist who serves as a mentor. The fellows most often conduct their research in a collaborative, multidisciplinary manner with others in a team environment.

Application: The application is web-based and includes a CV, a project relevance statement, three letters of recommendation, and transcripts. Applications are accepted beginning in early August.
Key Selection Criteria: The statement of technical interests, letters of recommendation, and your scientific track record (publication record) are all very important. Candidates who reach the pool of finalists are invited for a two- day interview that includes a seminar about their current research work. The seminar and interview are important for demonstrating excellent communication skills, particularly the ability to successfully explain specialized topics to a broadly-based, interdisciplinary audience.
Related links: The statement of technical interest is a succinct research plan. Since the committee is composed of scientists from many different disciplines, the statement should be understandable to a broad technical audience but should also include enough details to satisfy experts in your field. It is important to convey why your research is important, why the work should be done at LLNL, and how you will carry out the research. Because of the committee make-up, it is recommended that you lead with your science application; it is a lot more difficult to promote research that focuses on enabling technologies. The committee is looking for candidates with a vision, a plan, and a track record that indicates that the candidate will succeed.
References should know you and your research well and be able to speak to your qualifications and achievements with specificity.
First-author publications (in fields where this is relevant) and publications in premier journals (such as Science and Nature), patents, and national (or international) awards and honors are also important to highlight.
It may be helpful to explore LLNL's publication, Science and Technology Reviews for additional information regarding current research being conducted at LLNL.
Process: Applications are due on October 1. The selection committee, comprised of ten voting members representing various technical organizations in the laboratory, reviews applications between October and November to select roughly six finalists from the hundreds of applications. Between mid-December and early February, selected finalists are invited to LLNL for two days of interviews and to give a seminar. Hiring decisions are made in mid-February.
Outcomes: At the conclusion of the fellowship, approximately 60% of the fellows secure a staff position at LLNL. The majority of those who leave obtain tenure-track positions at top-tier universities including MIT, Stanford, and UC Berkeley. A number of former fellows have started their own companies.

Insight Data Science Fellowships -- Due Date: October 24

Applications are now open for the January 2017 Insight Data Science Fellowships
We are excited to announce that applications are currently open for the Insight Data Science Fellows Programs starting January 17th in New York City, Silicon Valley, and remote-based. The remote program is designed for Fellows flexible on location and excited about starting their data science careers in emerging tech hubs across the US.

The deadline to apply is October 24th.

The Insight Data Science Fellows Program is an intensive, full-time, 7-week professional training program aimed at PhD students and post-docs looking to leave academia and enter a data science careers in industry (must be graduating by May 2017).
For more information visit:
Details can be found on the Program FAQ page. This includes information about the Program and our admissions process. Visit the FAQs here: 

Please note that we have changed our eligibility requirements and are no longer able to accept applications from individuals needing to go through the H1B lottery process prior to obtaining full-time employment in the US. Students on F1 and eligible for OPT are always welcome to apply. For further details on visa requirements and other information - check out our FAQ page.


MindSumo Engineering Projects Competition

Please review the latest mechanical engineering projects from MindSumo. MindSumo partners with employers to create projects that you can complete to get work experience, win prizes, and be hired for jobs and internships. Questions can be directed to 

Propose a robot to assist in space missions - $1000 in prizes 

Propose a unique new application for amazing OLED lighting technology - $1000 in prizes 

How can we improve the experience of using a syringe? - $1000 in prizes 

Direct Links: 


Your Guide To Fellowships and Grants

If you are looking for tips to apply successfully to fellowships, grants or financial aid, the following link is a great guide:



More academic and non-academic job opportunities can be found at:


Mentors needed - Fall 2016 Session of BeAScientist STEM Outreach at Willard Middle School

STEM outreach initiative for the Berkeley Unified School District middle schools is seeking volunteers for the Fall 2016 session at Willard Middle School. This session starts next week and we still need volunteers!
This project, called "Be A Scientist", involves UC Berkeley STEM graduate students guiding 7th graders through the process of designing and conducting their own scientific investigation. The project, now in its third year, is funded by the Berkeley Public Schools Fund and a Chancellor's Community Partnership Grant. It has been a great success to-date with enthusiastic response from students, teachers, and volunteers. This year we are expanding from Willard and King Middle Schools to include Longfellow - so we will need a LOT of volunteers!

Benefits to volunteer mentors:

  1. Serve as STEM role models, promote scientific literacy, skills of a scientist, and passion for science
  2. Develop skills communicating science
  3. Develop skills and practical experience in education outreach
  4. Enhance your ability to get federal fellowships in which outreach is important

Volunteer mentors will:

  1. Attend a 2-hour training session
  2. Commit to attending at least one school lab period per week for the 6 weeks of the program
  3. Guide a group of 4-6 students through the process of investigating a scientific question (each student explores their own question)

The Fall 2016 Be A Scientist Program at Willard starts next week (Sept 22/23) and runs through October 27/28 at Willard Middle School, Berkeley
The lab periods will be on Thursday or Friday, 9:20-10:55am, 11:05-12:40 or 1:16-2:51pm.
You sign up for the day and time that works best for you and work with the same students each week.
To get more information and sign up, go to 
Or contact Darlene Yan, Be A Scientist Project Coordinator, Community Resources for Science.

ExxonMobil Campus Job Fair -- September 15

ExxonMobil is hiring Masters and PhD candidates for a variety of full-time and summer internship positions. They will be on campus for the Cal Career Fair on Thursday, September 15.
Please visit their booth at the Career Fair and submit your resume to be considered for an on-campus interview.

For more details about the fair, see here the flyerExxonMobil Career Webpage


2017 Co-ops at Sandia National Laboratories

Sandia National Laboratories, an employer on AfterCollege, would like to share the following opportunity with Cal Department of Mechanical Engineering students. 
Lena, AfterCollege You don’t have to wait until summer for an internship that promises in-depth experience in your field. It could begin as early as January 2017 if you choose a co-op internship at Sandia National Laboratories.


Co-ops solidify your classroom learning with valuable hands-on experience gained by working at Sandia during an entire academic term. At Sandia, you’ll immerse yourself in challenging work with other students, guided by mentors dedicated to enriching your understanding. You’ll return to school with deeper knowledge, sharper skills, and a new perspective on your career possibilities—as well as extra dollars that you can apply to your tuition and living expenses.

As a top research and engineering institute, Sandia provides technology solutions to make our nation safer, improve human and environmental health, and even boost the competitiveness of U.S. industry. In fact, our work changes the world.  


During your time with us, you’ll work closely with world-class scientists and engineers as you take on stimulating assignments in areas such as computer science, cybersecurity,  electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and more. You can also expect:

  1. Rich interactions with a student community from top-tier universities
  2. Workshops, seminars, and networking events designed to help with your professional development
  3. Opportunities to work on state-of-the-art, and sometimes one-of-a-kind, equipment
  4. Competitive pay
  5. Travel expense reimbursement, if eligible
  6. A wealth of outdoor and cultural activities
  7. Opportunities to learn more about a career at Sandia upon graduation


If you are a major in one of our critical areas (computer, electrical, mechanical, optical, and systems engineering; computer, statistical, or materials science; math; energy systems; physics) consider a co-op internship at Sandia. You must also be enrolled in your school’s co-op program and meet Sandia’s intern program eligibility requirements.

Learn more and submit your resume and application at - and get ready to learn more than you ever thought possible.


2017 Internships and Full-Time Positions with the FBI

At the FBI, we’re looking for college students and graduates from diverse backgrounds to help us in our mission. We seek stand-out candidates with leadership abilities in athletics, student government, campus organizations and community involvement.

Internships and entry-level positions will get you in the door, where you’ll become an essential part of a team that makes a tangible difference each and every day. Our 36,000 employees come from dozens of disciplines and combine their expertise to anticipate threats, enforce laws and seek justice on the streets, in the courtroom and online.

We’re looking for exceptional candidates to apply for our 2017 internship and full-time positions in the following disciplines:

  1. Cyber and STEM
  2. IT
  3. Business, Accounting and Finance
  4. Operations and Intelligence Support
  5. Security
  6. Human Resources

Unmatched Opportunities
We offer cutting-edge technology, international scope, myriad career paths and leadership development. No other organization can equal the FBI’s unique camaraderie, teamwork and mission. You’ll have an opportunity to become a leader while making your community and your country safer. Apply Here! 


Career Opportunities: Software Engineer II


1. At Health Fidelity we are building a complete big data platform in the cloud that utilizes our world class natural language processing and statistical inference engines to improve the quality of care provided to patients and enhance the financial outcomes for healthcare organizations. The initial applications we built on the platform have strongly validated the market demand for our technology and, as a result, we were able to raised a ton of money via venture and strategic investment. Our company has hit the inflection point and now we are building for future growth. We are looking to hire top engineering talent to help us execute on our audacious plan. Here is the link to our Software Engineer job description.

2. Fujitsu Network Communications is looking for a Software Engineer in their Sunnyvale, CA location. Here is the job posting for your reference.

Please feel free to reach out directly to our Director of Recruiting with any inquiries or to submit your resume:


Student recruitment at Berkeley Lab

The Grid Integration Group of the Lawrence National Lab is looking for driven and talented students to join the MyGreenCar project at Berkeley Lab.
The project is creating an app and cloud-based system of vehicle physics models to help car buyers choose the greenest car that meets their needs. With the support our project has from US EPA and DOE, students will have the opportunity to have their work scaled to an audience of millions of car buyers each year. This will be an exciting opportunity for students passionate about the application of information systems to enable sustainable transportation. Please see flyer for more details.