Computer science – Cetril http://cetril.org/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 04:26:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://cetril.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Computer science – Cetril http://cetril.org/ 32 32 Senior Lecturer, Computer Science Position at DEAKIN UNIVERSITY https://cetril.org/senior-lecturer-computer-science-position-at-deakin-university/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 04:26:05 +0000 https://cetril.org/senior-lecturer-computer-science-position-at-deakin-university/ Located on the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus Full time (100%) and continuous Level C $122,950 – $141,381 pa + 17% super (prorated) This position offers an exciting opportunity to join the dynamic School of Information Technology at a young and progressive Deakin University. Undertake research, teaching and community/industry engagement activities in a broad area of […]]]>
  • Located on the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
  • Full time (100%) and continuous
  • Level C $122,950 – $141,381 pa + 17% super (prorated)

This position offers an exciting opportunity to join the dynamic School of Information Technology at a young and progressive Deakin University. Undertake research, teaching and community/industry engagement activities in a broad area of ​​computer science. We are looking for someone who is actively involved in research, teaching, and engaged with industry and the community. You will join a team of passionate computer scientists, software engineers and IT professionals leading cutting-edge courses and world-class research centers in computer science, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, software engineering and the Internet objects (IOT). Additionally, providing you with opportunities to work across the Faculty with engineers, scientists, environmentalists, architects, and construction professionals. Collaboration and involvement with the community, professional organizations and industry is also a key part of the opportunities this role offers.

Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Contribute in an innovative way to the School’s teaching and research programs
  • Engage in and foster student learning experiences in innovative active environments to connect students’ practical interests and industry
  • Publish high-quality research in highly reputable journals
  • Contribute to leadership that enhances the achievement of Deakin’s strategic objectives in research, teaching, engagement and innovation
  • Be part of and contribute to the development of the schools’ research agenda, including in competitive external research funding activities and performance in ERA
  • Improve the quality of teaching and learning, including identifying and responding to opportunities to advance the discipline
  • Contribute strongly to the leadership of the School, the Faculty and the University
  • Develop strong relationships with research, community, industry and government to improve teaching and research outcomes

To be successful, you will:

  • PhD in a relevant discipline and/or advanced qualifications and experience in the relevant disciplinary field
  • Excellent record of scholarly learning and teaching in UG and/or PG programs, including innovative program design and research supervision
  • Nationally/internationally recognized research reputation, supported by publications in quality journals and/or exhibitions and/or success in obtaining external research grants
  • Positive engagement with research, community, industry and government to improve the national position of the discipline
  • Demonstrated ability and passion for educational leadership

Applications for this position closed on February 20, 2022

This role requires the incumbent to apply for and maintain verification of working with children (refer to Deakin’s recruitment process for details).

Please submit your updated CV, responses to KSC, and a cover letter outlining your skills and experience for this position.

For more information regarding this role, please contact Professor John Yearwood, Head of School, at john.yearwood@deakin.edu.au

Are you ready?

Deakin is a Victorian university with a global impact. We are an agile, dynamic and innovative university committed to making a positive impact through our excellence in education, research and innovation and the contributions we make to the wider community.

We understand that our reputation rests on the dedication and expertise of our staff and we offer a dynamic and diverse work environment with opportunities for growth and career development. We believe a progressive and thriving culture will ensure people choose to come and stay with Deakin and contribute to our continued success.

We value diversity and aim to create an inclusive environment that defends, embraces and respects differences. We support and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as well as people of all cultures, sexual orientations and genders.

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Professor, Computer Science Jobs with Alliance University https://cetril.org/professor-computer-science-jobs-with-alliance-university/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 01:33:28 +0000 https://cetril.org/professor-computer-science-jobs-with-alliance-university/ Profile of the establishment: Alliance University is a private university established in the state of Karnataka by Act No. 34 in the year 2010. The university is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. Alliance University with its vibrant and scenic campus in Bangalore, India, offers multidisciplinary undergraduate and postgraduate majors to students […]]]>

Profile of the establishment:

Alliance University is a private university established in the state of Karnataka by Act No. 34 in the year 2010. The university is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi.

Alliance University with its vibrant and scenic campus in Bangalore, India, offers multidisciplinary undergraduate and postgraduate majors to students from diverse backgrounds. Alliance Education, defined by excellence through an agile and market-driven approach in faculties of management and business studies; Scientific technology; The humanities, liberal arts, and social sciences are guided by the University’s core values.

As a leading university, Alliance University offers programs in business law, engineering law, and plans to launch new programs in languages, liberal arts, economics, science, and applied mathematics.

For more details visit: www.alliance.edu.in

Alliance University invites applications for its School of Business from highly qualified professionals for the position of Professor in computer engineering. The candidate should have a solid academic background and at least ten years of teaching and research experience in a reputable institution.

Job title: Professor – Computer Engineering

Roles and responsibilities:

  • Contribute to help students obtain career opportunities in the fields of computing and information technology.
  • Supervise, advise and mentor students in the fields of computer science and information technology.
  • Help challenge the way students think, learn, and develop their understanding of academic disciplines.
  • Facilitate student understanding to develop problem solving, critical thinking, programming, and complex analytical skills with complex algorithms and big data to create instructions and understand design patterns.
  • Develop core curriculum and effectively deliver course materials.
  • Publish research, attend conferences and give presentations to build a strong research network.
  • Make the best use of tools and technologies to facilitate student understanding.
  • Undertake research, either individually or with colleagues, of a standard and quality that will result in regular publication in top international journals.
  • Write proposals for research funding.
  • Organize seminars and events to interact with established industry professionals.
  • Review teaching methods and materials to make recommendations for improvement.

To note: The roles and responsibilities described above are not an exhaustive list of tasks. The need for flexibility is required and the incumbent must perform any other related duties that are within the employee’s skills and abilities whenever reasonably required.

Profile:

  • PhD in Computer Science or related fields from a top-ranked institution.
  • Demonstrated interest and skill in course setting and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • A strong desire to publish in prestigious journals with the possibility of obtaining external funding for research initiatives.
  • Demonstrated experience and proven teaching experience to contribute to PG/UG courses in data analysis and interpretation, graphics and engineering drawing and including supervision of bachelor’s and master’s theses.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an effective understanding of teaching tools and processes.
  • The ability to work in a team.
  • Expertise and experience in the subjects: Cloud computing and Internet technologies, Big data Analytics and R Programming, Agile Cloud Automation, Cyber ​​​​Security, Fundamentals of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies, Advanced Java, Python, MySQL and PHP, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning , Cognitive Analytics.

Qualification and Eligibility:

  • PhD in computer science or related fields from a leading institution with a strong background in research and education.
  • Minimum 10 years of teaching and research experience in renowned institutions as a full-time professor.
  • Minimum 10 research publications in highly reputable journals.

Vacancy: Several vacancies in the IT department. Priority would be given to candidates available to join immediately.

Role: Teaching & Research

Compensation and Benefits: Alliance University offers competitive salaries based on the candidate’s qualification and experience. The University supports research through grants and publication incentives. Additionally, the University provides subsidized on-campus housing, food, transportation, insurance, and other benefits.

Industry: Education / Training

Functional area: Teaching, training and research

Type of employment: Fulltime

Core Skills: Creative teaching, presentation, communication, innovative research, people engagement and networking skills.

Application

Apply for the vacancy by sending your updated CV and cover letter (highlighting your achievements, career goals and ways you can contribute to Alliance University) to careers@alliance.edu.in. Cite AU/REC2022/THEUNIJOBS/P-CSE as a reference in the subject line of your email.

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A computer science professor looks to the future of AI https://cetril.org/a-computer-science-professor-looks-to-the-future-of-ai/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 07:34:13 +0000 https://cetril.org/a-computer-science-professor-looks-to-the-future-of-ai/ Graphic by Ali Levens. Photo courtesy of Fabien Scalzo Computer science professor Fabian Scalzo is expanding the role of AI and data science on campus. Fabian Scalzo is a new tenure-track faculty member at Pepperdine this fall. He is an associate professor of computer science at Seaver College and director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory […]]]>

Graphic by Ali Levens. Photo courtesy of Fabien Scalzo

Computer science professor Fabian Scalzo is expanding the role of AI and data science on campus.

Fabian Scalzo is a new tenure-track faculty member at Pepperdine this fall. He is an associate professor of computer science at Seaver College and director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Imaging and Neuroscience at UCLA.

Scalzo understands that the purposes of AI are diverse and widely usable, such as drones, self-driving cars, and medicine.

“So that really fascinated me,” Scalzo said.

This year, Scalzo teaches a course, “Formal Methods”. The class, Scalzo said, explores the foundations of computing and provides a introduction to machine learning.

Scientific career

Scalzo said he has always been interested in technology, which led him to obtain a master’s degree and a doctorate in computer science from the University of Liège in Belgium. During this time, Scalzo realized that artificial intelligence also had a purpose in the medical field.

Scalzo decided to come to the United States for a postdoctoral fellowship in neurology at UCLA. Then he became a professor of neurology at UCLA. Scalzo said he has been a teacher for seven years.

Scalzo, over the past decade, said he has been researching how to apply AI to general medicine, particularly with neurological diseases such as stroke and traumatic brain injury.

Scalzo said his lab, which develops these theories and processes, is looking for new help.

“My lab is open to undergraduate research, and I also cover some of this material in the courses I teach,” Scalzo said.

Contributions to Pepperdine

As director of the Data Science program, Scalzo was part of the team that drafted and won the Keck Science Fellowship for the university. The $10 million grant will enable data science improvements at Pepperdine, Scalzo said.

The grant includes funds to purchase new equipment to remodel the computer lab and improve technology. Scalzo is also implementing a new data science minor into Pepperdine’s curriculum, he said.

Scalzo says he also has was one of the creators of the new annual Human-Centered AI Conference, which gives an overview of what AI does and how it impacts the world.

“It was really exciting because we were able to bring in experts from different fields, Scalzo said. “In addition to leading AI experts, neuroscientists and psychologists offered their perspective on how we view AI, how we trust the technology and ethics on what to do with technology and how it could change our lives.”

It’s important, Scalzo said, to understand both the benefits and the possible harms that can follow AI. A regulatory framework around AI is a way to control and monitor the future development of the technology.

Scalzo said he appreciates how Pepperdine’s Christian values ​​can positively impact the world when it comes to technology and AI. The established moral framework at Pepperdine encourages the use of AI in a conscious and positive way.

“Ethics and values ​​should be at the center of the discussion,” Scalzo said.

Teaching is one way Scalzo thinks Christian values ​​can apply to technology, and he said it allows him to teach the next generation about the benefits of technology.

“It’s something meaningful and something I can do with interesting people,” Scalzo said.

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Contact Graeson Claunch by email: graeson.claunch@pepperdine.edu

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Professor, School of Electronics and Computer Science job with UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON https://cetril.org/professor-school-of-electronics-and-computer-science-job-with-university-of-southampton/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 11:23:55 +0000 https://cetril.org/professor-school-of-electronics-and-computer-science-job-with-university-of-southampton/ School of Electronics and Computing Site: Highfield Campus Salary: Competitive: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience (level 7)Full time, permanent Closing Date: Sunday, January 23, 2022 Date of interview: be confirmed Reference: 1613521FP Shape the future with IT Imagine working in an environment where you are at the forefront of electronics and computing, […]]]>

School of Electronics and Computing

Site: Highfield Campus
Salary: Competitive: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience (level 7)
Full time, permanent
Closing Date: Sunday, January 23, 2022
Date of interview: be confirmed
Reference: 1613521FP

Shape the future with IT

Imagine working in an environment where you are at the forefront of electronics and computing, pursuing your research interests, and inspiring the next generation with a university that pushes the boundaries.

Electronics & Computer Science (ECS) celebrates its 75and Anniversary with a strategic investment in IT and seeks to appoint 7 professors in the following areas:

  • Human-centered artificial intelligence
  • machine learning
  • Human system interaction
  • Automation and robotics
  • Theoretical Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Engineering computer Science
  • Digital health and wellbeing

ECS supports scholars from a wide range of career paths, whether you are an established scholar currently in an equivalent position, or a successful scholar seeking an opportunity to step into a higher role, the University of Southampton is the place to do something truly unique with your expertise.

Ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide, we are progressive and used to pushing the boundaries of what we teach our students – and what they teach us.

We value and support our staff in pursuing their research and entrepreneurial activities in their areas of interest. We have strong interdisciplinary activities and major sectoral centers for artificial intelligence, health technologies and the Internet of Things, and the center of academic excellence for cybersecurity research and education. Our reputation for research, enterprise and teaching is quite exceptional.

To apply, you will need a PhD or equivalent professional qualifications, with a strong publication record and able to demonstrate delivery of teaching in a way that meaningfully engages students. It is essential that you have a track record of innovative research in computer science and a desire to build a strong research team with the support of the School.

Recognized Athena SWAN Bronze Award, we are committed to improving equality for women in science and engineering, so we will help you find a good work-life balance with flexible working hours, even part-time, with a workload adjusted accordingly. ECS offers a unique, friendly and supportive environment. We have a range of staff development programs and a unique mentoring and wellbeing program. We highly recommend visiting https://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/workinghere and https://talentedu.com/ecs/ to find out more about working at ECS.

And, with access to on-site childcare and our comprehensive benefits package also includes a contributory pension plan, generous vacation pay, subsidized health and fitness facilities, a bike to work program and a range of discounts.

The University of Southampton is committed to sustainability and is a globally responsible university and has been awarded the Platinum EcoAward.

For more information on the opportunities you could create with us, please contact: Professor Paul Lewin, Head of ECS HoD@ecs.soton.ac.uk

Application procedure

You must submit your completed online application form to https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The deadline for applications will be midnight on the closing date listed above. Please submit details of 3 referees and include your CV and publication list with your application. If you need help, please call Lizzie Cessford (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0)23 8059 2750 or email recruitment@soton.ac.uk. Please quote reference 1613521FP on all correspondence.

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IT Jobs in the Army: How to Get Started https://cetril.org/it-jobs-in-the-army-how-to-get-started/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 19:27:05 +0000 https://cetril.org/it-jobs-in-the-army-how-to-get-started/ In some ways, the Army is a snapshot of civilian life. Like the civilian world, the Army relies on health personnel, financial and logistical experts and public relations professionals. Army IT jobs also play an important role in mission capability. About 30 of the army’s roughly 200 jobs focus on signals and intelligence. In the […]]]>

In some ways, the Army is a snapshot of civilian life. Like the civilian world, the Army relies on health personnel, financial and logistical experts and public relations professionals. Army IT jobs also play an important role in mission capability.

About 30 of the army’s roughly 200 jobs focus on signals and intelligence. In the military, this career group includes positions such as cyber and electronic warfare officers, information technology specialists, and cyber operations specialists. Although not all military jobs have a civilian equivalent, many do.

“An enlisted career that has directly comparable roles in the civilian world is an Information Technology Specialist, or 25B,” said Capt. Mia Figgs, spokeswoman for the Recruiting Command’s public affairs office. army.

“A soldier trained as a computer scientist may leave the military and consider corresponding civilian positions, such as computer and information systems managers, computer hardware engineers, computer systems analysts, data.”

Army computer specialists operate and maintain complex military computer systems. “IT Specialists are one of the top 10 priority occupations our recruiters across the country are striving to fill right now,” Figgs said.

Cyber ​​operations specialists also have jobs with similar roles in the civilian world. Cyber ​​operations specialists develop skills that can position them for civilian job opportunities. These opportunities may include work as industrial engineers, digital forensics analysts, information technology project managers, or logisticians.

Keep reading to learn more about Army career opportunities in cybersecurity and IT.

How do you join the army?

The Army recruiting website explains the process and requirements to become a soldier. Enlisted roles are entry-level positions. You can enroll with a high school diploma or GED. Serving as a commissioned officer requires a four-year degree.

Military member benefits include hands-on training, money for higher education, housing, and health care. Military service also brings prestige. But your service also requires serious sacrifices. The most important thing is that you might face life-threatening war situations.

If you’re okay with those demands and sacrifices, here’s a basic breakdown of how to join:

Take the ASVAB

You must pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to join the military. This written and timed test measures your verbal, mathematical, technical and spatial skills. Your ASVAB score is a factor that determines your military employment opportunities.

Basic training

After completing the ASVAB, you must complete 10 weeks of basic combat training. The Army conducts basic training at several locations, including Fort Jackson in South Carolina, Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri, and Fort Sill in Oklahoma.

Advanced Individual Training

After completing the basic training, you will follow the advanced individual training. This professional training teaches you the fundamentals of your career. The length of your advanced training is also job-specific. To become an army information technology specialist, for example, you will receive 20 weeks of paid training.

Become an officer

There are several paths to becoming an army officer beyond attending a military academy. You can graduate from a college-level Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program. You can also attend Officer Candidate School, a 12-week program for people who have at least a bachelor’s degree. The military also offers direct commissions for certain fields, such as health care, legal jobs, and cyber jobs.

Individuals interested in cyber or IT fields can also serve as warrant officers. They are the technical experts of the army. Warrant officers may also train other soldiers and advise senior leaders.

What cybersecurity and IT-related jobs is the military currently focusing on?

The military has entry-level and officer roles available in a variety of cyber jobs, from cyber operations and electronic warfare specialists to satellite communications systems operators and beyond.

However, Lt. Col. Dean Carter, spokesman for the Army’s Cyber ​​Center of Excellence, said the Army is focused on developing an overall talent pool rather than recruiting people. specific jobs.

“For cybersecurity positions,” Carter said, the Army’s goal is to “develop talent with more STEM-focused programs in middle and high schools. We select talent very deliberately that we bring into the career field because these individuals form the maneuvering teams in the information dimension.”

“Knowing that Gen Z is more likely than Gen Y to go to their parents or other adult influencers,” Carter continued, “we provide advocacy information to these influencers so they can give advice and sound guidance on the military as a career choice. , specifically focused on the qualifications and talents needed to become a cyberspace professional.”

Responding to recruitment challenges

Around 200,000 people leave the military each year. Many want to continue working.

In the civilian sector, employment in computer and information technology will grow by 13% from 2020 to 2030. This is faster than the average for all occupations. Amid the Great Resignation, the military is also competing for talented people, Figgs said.

External support is needed to meet the challenges of military recruitment, according to a source.

“Two of the biggest challenges we face for all of our career areas are awareness and qualifications,” Figgs said. “Less than half of young people today understand what their military does or the careers and benefits it offers. Further, less than 29% of people aged 17-34 have the minimum qualifications to serve. in the army. “

This article has been reviewed by Dr. Michael J. Kirchner

michael kirchner, a white man with brown hair and a beard, smiles at the camera

Dr. Michael J. Kirchner is an assistant professor of organizational leadership at Purdue University in Fort Wayne, where he teaches courses in leadership and human resource development. Dr. Kirchner is also director of the campus Veterans Resource Center.

Previously, Kirchner oversaw the Military and Veteran Resource Center at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he led programming for the campus’ military-affiliated student population of more than 1,500. Under his leadership (2013-2016), the campus built a nationally recognized “military-college-career” framework focused on supporting veteran student transitions.

Kirchner earned his Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His research on career transitions and leadership development has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals, including Human Resource Development Quarterly, Advances in Developing Human Resources, New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, and Industrial and Commercial. Training.

Kirchner is the founder and president of Time for Development LLC, where he advises organizations on military programming, human resource development strategy, and training design. He served for one year in Baghdad, Iraq from 2004 to 2005 as part of the US Army National Guard.

Kirchner is a paid member of the Red Ventures Education Independent Assessment Network.

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Women are underrepresented in IT – Scot Scoop News https://cetril.org/women-are-underrepresented-in-it-scot-scoop-news/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 02:21:50 +0000 https://cetril.org/women-are-underrepresented-in-it-scot-scoop-news/ Women have faced gender discrimination in the labor market for centuries. The IT field is no exception. According to the Pew Research Center, women make up less than 26% jobs related to IT or engineering. This is a staggering gender gap, considering that women make up half the population. Does this mean that women are […]]]>

Women have faced gender discrimination in the labor market for centuries. The IT field is no exception.

According to the Pew Research Center, women make up less than 26% jobs related to IT or engineering. This is a staggering gender gap, considering that women make up half the population.

Does this mean that women are underqualified for these professions? Absolutely not. In fact, the main reason for this low percentage is that a woman is more likely to be discouraged, even rejected, from this field.

Indeed, many people view IT jobs as “non-traditional” roles for women. They believe that women are inferior to men in this aspect, which leads to biased opinions about who should do these jobs.

Not only that, but stepping into a male-dominated field can be daunting. In the labor market, women often receive only 84% what their male counterparts earn and are even less likely to receive promotions.

This must change. Discouraging girls from an area they love and excel in will ultimately have a negative impact on their success. IT is an ever-changing field, and there’s no reason to turn away potential talent and good engineers.

For example, nearly 40% of MIT computer science graduatesone of the most rigorous computer science programs in the country, are women.

This proves that women have as much potential as men to be good at computer science and programming at the highest level. We need to encourage girls with a genuine interest in coding to pursue it.

Supporting organizations that provide resources and help girls with IT is an essential first step. For example, girls who code is one of the largest organizations created to promote women in code. They have a host of programs around the world to help bring awareness to the disparity between men and women in this area.

Introducing computing as an option from an early age can also be very beneficial. It not only introduces young girls to programming, but also ignites a passion in them that will continue throughout their lives. This passion can grow and lead them to pursue a career in IT.

There is a need to create an inclusive environment where everyone is welcome to code. This way, girls are more likely to join this field without fear of bias or prejudice. It also encourages friendship and collaboration among peers. Moreover, if girls are well represented in their area of ​​interest, it also adds motivation.

There is a severe shortage of female programmers, which leads to the stigma that women are inferior when it comes to coding. Promoting more women in IT is imperative to quell social bias and ensure that their success and talent is not suppressed. This will not only improve the representation of women in high technology, but also increase the level of talent in this field.

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Eckerd IT professors ‘think outside’ to boost wildlife research – News https://cetril.org/eckerd-it-professors-think-outside-to-boost-wildlife-research-news/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 21:49:11 +0000 https://cetril.org/eckerd-it-professors-think-outside-to-boost-wildlife-research-news/ This collaboration is on full display at Eckerd College, where two computer science professors help make animal research faster, easier and more accurate. Kelly Debure, Ph.D., professor of computer science, is the driving force behind software used in research on marine mammals and, more recently, Alaskan brown bears. And Mike Hilton, Ph.D., assistant professor of […]]]>

This collaboration is on full display at Eckerd College, where two computer science professors help make animal research faster, easier and more accurate. Kelly Debure, Ph.D., professor of computer science, is the driving force behind software used in research on marine mammals and, more recently, Alaskan brown bears.

And Mike Hilton, Ph.D., assistant professor of computer science, has developed software used in research on frogs and gopher turtles. He released it as open source, so that other wildlife researchers could work with him.

Over the past 20 years, Debure has supervised dozens of Eckerd students who have maintained and improved DARWIN (digital analysis and recognition of whale images on a network). This software, originally implemented under the direction of former Eckerd faculty member John Stewman, has been downloaded thousands of times. It is designed to help researchers identify bottlenose dolphins, but it has also been used by research groups on long-beaked dolphins, fin whales, basking sharks and other related species.

The nicks and notches along the edge of a dolphin’s dorsal fin, along with the scratches and other marks an animal acquires, are features that can be used to uniquely identify a dolphin, Debure explains. DARWIN uses the edge marks to compare the dorsal fin contours for similarity.

The software can help wildlife scientists do something vital to their research: identify individual animals. Debure says researchers who monitor certain animal species must identify specific individuals in order to perform tasks such as making population estimates, determining home ranges and modeling association patterns.

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Manufacturing Analysis Market Size and Forecast https://cetril.org/manufacturing-analysis-market-size-and-forecast/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 04:08:21 +0000 https://cetril.org/manufacturing-analysis-market-size-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States, – the Manufacturing Analysis Market contains explicit information related to development rate, market estimates, drivers, restraints, future demand and sales during the forecast period. The Manufacturing Analytics market is comprised of data collected from many primary as well as secondary sources. This information has been verified and validated by industry analysts, […]]]>

New Jersey, United States, – the Manufacturing Analysis Market contains explicit information related to development rate, market estimates, drivers, restraints, future demand and sales during the forecast period. The Manufacturing Analytics market is comprised of data collected from many primary as well as secondary sources. This information has been verified and validated by industry analysts, providing key insights to researchers, analysts, managers and other industry experts. This document also helps in understanding market trends, applications, specifications, and market challenges.

The Manufacturing Analysis Market report offers high-quality, proven, and comprehensive research studies to provide players with valuable data for making informed business decisions. Researchers and analysts have conducted an in-depth analysis of the market segmentation on the basis of type, application, and geography. The report also explores the vendor landscape to help educate readers on the changing market dynamics.

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Key Players Mentioned In The Manufacturing Analysis Market Research Report:

Dell, Computer Science Corporation, IBM, Oracle, Tibco, Tableau, SAS, SAP, Alteryx, Zensar Technologies Ltd.

Manufacturing analytics market segmentation:

Manufacturing Analysis Market, By Type

• Software
• A service

Manufacturing Analysis Market, By Application

• Predictive maintenance and asset management
• Inventory management
• Supply chain planning and procurement
• Energy management
• Emergency management
• Sales and customer management
• Other applications

Manufacturing Analysis Market, By End User

• Automotive and aerospace manufacturing
• Manufacture of electronic equipment
• Food and beverage manufacturing
• Manufacture of chemicals and materials
• Manufacture of industrial machinery and equipment
• Pharma and life sciences
• Manufacture of paper, pulp, plastic and rubber
• Others

The global Manufacturing Analytics market is segmented on the basis of product, type, services, and technology. All of these segments were studied individually. The detailed survey helps to assess the factors influencing the manufacturing analysis market. Experts analyzed the nature of development, investments in research and development, changing consumption patterns and the growing number of applications. In addition, analysts have also assessed the economic development of the manufacturing analysis market which is likely to affect its price.

The regional analysis section of the report enables players to focus on high growth regions and countries which could help them to expand their presence in the manufacturing analysis market. Besides expanding their presence in the manufacturing analysis market, the regional analysis helps players to increase sales while having a better understanding of customer behavior in specific regions and countries. The report provides the CAGR, revenue, production, consumption, and other important statistics and figures related to the global and regional markets. It shows how different types, applications, and regional segments are advancing in the Manufacturing Analysis market in terms of growth.

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Scope of Manufacturing Analysis Market Report

ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
PLANNED YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD / billion)
COVERED SEGMENTS Types, applications, end users, etc.
REPORT COVER Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors and trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
CUSTOMIZATION SCOPE Free customization of the report (equivalent to 4 working days for analysts) with purchase. Add or change the scope of country, region and segment.

Geographic segment covered in the report:

The Manufacturing Analysis report provides information about the market area, which is further subdivided into sub-regions and countries / regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region during the estimated period.

• North America (United States and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and rest of Middle East and Africa)

Key questions answered in the report:

1. Who are the top five players in the Manufacturing Analytics market?

2. How will the manufacturing analysis market evolve over the next five years?

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Navy Radar Training launched a career in IT https://cetril.org/navy-radar-training-launched-a-career-in-it/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://cetril.org/navy-radar-training-launched-a-career-in-it/ Bruce W. Arden spent part of his childhood on a Kansas farm with no indoor plumbing or electricity. At 17, in 1944, he enlisted in the US Navy and learned the elements of electronics as a radar technician. “Luck introduced me to digital computing,” he wrote in a memoir offered to his friends and family. […]]]>

Bruce W. Arden spent part of his childhood on a Kansas farm with no indoor plumbing or electricity. At 17, in 1944, he enlisted in the US Navy and learned the elements of electronics as a radar technician.

“Luck introduced me to digital computing,” he wrote in a memoir offered to his friends and family. After WWII, in the Allison division of General Motors,

he helped design parts for jet engines and went from slide rules to an IBM board-programmed calculator. “My responsibility was to make it work,” he recalls.

Later, at the University of Michigan, he used a mainframe computer to calculate the trajectories of Boeing missiles. He also helped the university find more efficient ways for researchers to write programs and share processing and memory resources on a mainframe. In 1959, along with two colleagues, he created the Michigan Algorithm Decoder, used to convert language that is meaningful to people into instructions that a computer can read.

“My efforts were mainly aimed at making programming more accessible to non-specialists,” he wrote.

He has chaired departments of computer science at the University of Michigan and Princeton University, and was dean of the University of Rochester. Among his students at Princeton was Eric Schmidt, later CEO of Google, who described the professor as “one of the founders of IT.”

Dr. Arden died on December 8 in Livonia, Michigan. He was 94 years old.

Bruce Wesley Arden was born May 29, 1927 in Minneapolis. His father, John Wesley Arden, was an accountant who went on to work for International Business Machines Corp.

and other companies. (The eldest, Mr. Arden, had concluded that there were too many John Anderson in Swedish-American communities and changed the last name to Arden.)

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Bruce Arden’s mother, Clare Newton Arden, who grew up in part on the Chinese island of Hainan as the daughter of a Presbyterian missionary, was a science teacher and aspiring novelist. She resented traditional notions that women should devote their lives to housework. When Bruce was about 5 years old, he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, subjected to a prefrontal lobotomy and confined to mental institutions.

Bruce and an older brother were “brought up,” as he put it – sent to live with relatives on a farm near Salina, Kan. There he encountered dust storms, swarms of grasshoppers, and a weekly bathing ritual involving shared water in a metal tub on the kitchen floor. The water in his bedroom sink sometimes froze during the night.

Each evening, using a kerosene lamp, her great-grandfather read aloud passages from the Bible in Swedish.

Overall, it was a 19th century existence, recalls Dr. Arden.

When he was 8, he and his brother were put on a train and sent to live with their father and new wife in Bloomfield, NJ. The family also lived in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, and Wilmington, Del., While Bruce was growing up. He fondly remembers a teacher who “brought Caesar’s wars to life by standing on the desk with a helmet, short sword and shield while fighting barbarians in Latin”.

Eager for his own adventures, he enrolled in a Navy program offering training in radar technology, which he completed at the end of World War II. The Navy deployed it to an outpost on Kodiak Island in Alaska, where post-war perils included bears and a lack of human company.

After his release from the Navy in 1946, GI Bill helped pay for his education at Purdue University, where he earned a degree in electrical engineering. He met Patricia Ann Joy, pianist, and they married in 1951.

Work at a University of Michigan research center, where a mainframe was being designed and built, placed him at the forefront of the digital age. While working for the university, he obtained a master’s degree in mathematics and a doctorate. in electrical engineering.

In the late 1950s, he developed the Michigan Algorithm Decoder with Robert M. Graham and Bernard Galler. The set-top box was known as MAD, and the cover of one of the early textbooks mimicked the look of another MAD, the humorous magazine. The set-top box was used for decades, until personal computers supplanted mainframe computers for most tasks.

In the early 1960s, before computer science was established as a subject of university study, Dr. Arden wrote a textbook called “An Introduction to Digital Computing”.

In the late 1960s, he chaired a National Academy of Sciences committee to examine computer technology supporting America’s anti-ballistic missile system. It was not certain that the computers would be able to identify all the dangerous objects rushing towards the nation. “It’s possible to believe that it didn’t make any difference if the ABM defense worked, as long as the other side believed it possible,” he later wrote.

Towards the end of his career, in his late 60s, Dr. Arden cycled over 7 miles to work.

His wife, Patricia Arden, died in 2003.

Although he had devoted his career to exploring new uses for computers, Dr. Arden was skeptical of matchmaking services on the Internet. His daughter, Michelle Arden, persuaded him to try one. As a result, he met Peggy Greif. They got married at the end of 2004.

She survives him, along with his daughter, one son, Wayne Arden, and two grandchildren.

Write to James R. Hagerty at bob.hagerty@wsj.com

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Grant will increase computer options for ASMSA students https://cetril.org/grant-will-increase-computer-options-for-asmsa-students/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 10:09:25 +0000 https://cetril.org/grant-will-increase-computer-options-for-asmsa-students/ The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts recently received a $ 10,000 grant from the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas to help increase opportunities for female students in high school computer science programs. The school will use the grant to host an IT equity summit for school districts across the state in 2022, while […]]]>

The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts recently received a $ 10,000 grant from the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas to help increase opportunities for female students in high school computer science programs.

The school will use the grant to host an IT equity summit for school districts across the state in 2022, while focusing on strategies and tools to increase the number of female computer science students and provide them with a path from college to career.

“The Women’s Foundation of Arkansas has been committed to intentionally and strategically increasing the number of girls in STEM classes, which puts them on the path to high-demand careers and helps them achieve economic security as women.” , said WFA Executive Director Anna Beth Gorman. A press release.

“ASMSA takes an innovative approach to this work through its Equity in Computing Summit, and we are proud to support this initiative which encourages and enables girls in our state to participate in STEM opportunities. “

ASMSA Director Corey Alderdice said the school has been fortunate enough to work with WFA, which is the only statewide organization focused on the educational and economic development of women and girls. across the state.

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“Much like ASMSA’s commitment to realizing the Governor’s vision of expanding opportunities in informatics, the WFA has also been at the forefront of this conversation through things like their Girls of Promise, Tech initiative. for Good, their tech partnerships, etc. having an organization like the WFA that shares the same level of passion for this topic creates a great space for partnership, ”said Alderdice.

ASMSA Coding Arkansas’ Future Initiative works with school districts to build capacity in computer education. Alderdice said it’s not just about offering coding lessons, but also helping teachers deepen their understanding of computers.

“One of the things that we see as missing is how the districts are working to actively recruit students to take these courses, he said.

Even though the number of students taking computer courses has grown exponentially in the state thanks to Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s initiative, there is still a significant gap between the representation of women and men, said Alderdice.

According to the Arkansas Department of Education, about 70% of students taking computer science classes are men and 30% are women. While this reflects national trends, he said it is also one of the areas Arkansas needs to grow.

The goal of the program is to train 15 school districts, from various parts of the state, in which school administrators, counselors and computer teachers will learn how to increase interest and enrollment in computer classes. Specifically, it will focus on recruiting and retaining female students in college, middle and high school computer science classes.

The summit will be an opportunity to respond to the need to educate, nurture and encourage young women in computer science. While exposing them to research areas such as robotics, engineering, and safety issues related to game development, classroom activities will incorporate art, sports, and other topics.

“With this informatics equity summit, what we’re working on are teams of district educators across the state learning about the importance of equity, how you position programs so that Female students who often view these experiences as male dominated can find a space for themselves and how it all comes together to create an inclusive culture for all parties to explore computing, ”he said .

Alderdice stressed the importance of guidance counselors and school administrators in addition to the teacher. Each, he said, plays a vital role.

“Certainly, the teacher on the ground is essential, because he is the one who delivers the content,” he said. “They are the student’s daily point of contact. Guidance counselors are decision-makers. finding their place – building their overall narrative in terms of both college and career down the line. “

It also helps them ultimately decide which courses they want to take, he said, noting that school administrators help shape a school’s culture, goals and vision.

“When these three people are aligned understand what’s at stake and what the opportunities are, that’s where you start to see the needle move in this area,” he said.

Much more than taking computer classes, Alderdice said the code-learning movement is ultimately about college readiness, workforce development, and the ability to overcome challenges. – as a state – of the innovation economy.

“Needless to say there are lots and lots of tech industry jobs available across the country, but also acutely here in Arkansas as well and this is only expected to increase over time,” he said. he declared.

“So it makes perfect sense that we don’t want to leave half the population out when it comes to those, you know, quality, well-paying jobs and great careers. It’s not about therefore not only an investment in education, it is also a commitment to economic development. ”

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