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Senior Developer

Employer: 
Hexagon Mining
Location: 
Vancouver
Deadline: 
May 03, 2018
Job year level: 
Masters
Graduated Undergrad
Graduated Masters
Job Type: 
Full Time

Hexagon Mining is part of the Hexagon Group, a provider of information technologies that integrates planning, operations, and safety solutions for all geospatial and industrial enterprise applications. 

They are currently looking for a senior developer. You will have the opportunity to work on computer aided design and optimization solutions for mine operational scheduling, to virtual Reality and data analysis, etc.

For more information about the role, please see the attached doc. 

Application Instructions: 

Interested applicants can apply by emailing a copy of their resume to Michaela.Elder@HexagonMining.com.

Javascript Development Coordinator

Employer: 
Best Buy Canada
Location: 
Burnaby, BC
Deadline: 
Apr 30, 2018
Job year level: 
Graduated Undergrad
Job Type: 
Full Time

To review the job description and to apply, go to the Best Buy careers site here.

CS Professor Alla Sheffer Receives 2018 CHCCS/SCDHM Achievement Award

Computer Science Professor Alla Sheffer is the recipient of the 2018 CHCCS/SCDHM Achievement Award.  The Award is given by the Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society in recognition of her highly impactful contributions to research in the field of computer graphics. More details here

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CS Professor Reid Holmes Receives CS-Can/Info-Can Outstanding Young Computer Science Research Prize

Congratulations to Computer Science Associate Professor Reid Holmes, who has been awarded a CS-Can/Info-Can Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher prize for 2017. The Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher prize recognizes young computer science faculty members at Canadian universities within 10 years of their Ph.D.

Computer Science 50th Anniversary Celebration

Date: 
Friday, May 11, 2018 | 1:00pm - Saturday, May 12, 2018 | 9:00pm

UBC Computer Science’s 50th Anniversary celebrations will highlight and celebrate the accomplishments of department members, alumni and distinguished guests, and engage the broader community in thinking critically about the opportunities and challenges that computing presents in the next 50 years. The celebration will take place on May 11 and 12, 2018 with panels on AI and the future of computer science, as well as more technically focused state-of-the art research symposia.

CS Professor Rachel Pottinger Elected to CRA Board of Directors

Computer Science Associate Professor Rachel Pottinger has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Computing Research Association (CRA).  

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Machine Learning Engineer

Employer: 
Arterys
Location: 
Calgary, AB or remote
Deadline: 
Mar 12, 2018
Job year level: 
Graduated Undergrad
Graduated Masters
Graduated PhD
Job Type: 
Full Time

Job description and application instructions available on Arterys careers site.

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Machine Learning Scientist

Employer: 
Arterys
Location: 
Calgary, AB or remote
Deadline: 
Apr 15, 2018
Job year level: 
Graduated Undergrad
Graduated Masters
Graduated PhD
Job Type: 
Full Time

Job description and applciation instructions available on Arterys careers site.

Note:

Software Engineer HDR

Employer: 
MTT Innovation
Location: 
Vancouver
Deadline: 
Apr 15, 2018
Job year level: 
Fourth year
Graduated Undergrad
Job Type: 
Full Time

MTT Innovation (a part of Barco) is currently looking to grow their software team, and are hiring for animaging and pipeline position in HDR. They would like someone with a good math background, C++ experience and, ideally, some work experience in VFX or imaging (for instance from co-op placements).

Research Assistant Positions (for international undergrad students)

Employer: 
Dr. Eve Poudrier, UBC Music
Location: 
UBC Vancouver
Deadline: 
Mar 30, 2018
Job year level: 
Second year
Third year
Fourth year
Job Type: 
Summer
Job Type: 
Part Time

Dr. Eve Poudrier has two summer positions (May-August 2018) for research assistants on two music-related projects, "Rhythmic Ambiguity in Popular Music, 1950-2000 (RAPM)" and "Modeling Rhythmic Complexity in Polyrhythm, 1900-1950 (MRC)". Both... More

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