University of Calgary is Recruiting Postdoctoral Fellows

University of Calgary’s Department of Computer Science  is currently accepting applications for 2  postdoctoral scholar positions.

Interested applicants can learn more information in the following documents:

Postdoctoral Scholar Position: Cryptography & Information Security

Postdoctoral Scholar Position: Network Security

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Cyber Security Analyst, Security Systems Administrator – Specialisterne Canada

Specialisterne Canada is recruiting!

Specialisterne Canada specializes in working with businesses to hire people on the autism spectrum, or who face similar barriers to employment. Presently, Specialisterne Canada is working with employers looking to hire people with an interest or knowledge in the field of cybersecurity.

Specialisterne Canada provides recruitment, staffing solutions and management support to businesses interested in employing the skills and talents of neurodiverse people. A different perspective or an alternative communication style can be a great asset to any employer, yet because of standard recruitment processes and management practices, many people face systematic barriers to accessing and maintaining employment. Our process is designed to avoid these barriers.

There is high demand for cybersecurity roles in Canada. Specialisterne is currently recruiting for roles with more than one employer in the Greater Toronto Area, as well as in other locations in Ontario or other provinces. Descriptions of the roles are provided here.

To apply and for more information on our recruitment process visit our website at www.specialisterne.ca/opportunities.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, meaning that there at this stage is no set deadline to apply and that Specialisterne will respond to applicants as the applications come in.

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UI Software Developer – Integrated Engineering Software

Integrated Engineering Software provides state of the art software tools for electromagnetic, thermal and particle beam simulation. These tools are used in many of the world’s largest labs and companies. Some examples of the diverse applications ofthe software include design of motors, high voltage equipment, antennas, mass spectrometers, ion implanters, induction heaters and electron microscopes.

Integrated seeks someone to join our Software Development team. This position involves development of software products in general. In particular, UISD will develop a variety of User Interfaces for IES programs, and improve the company’s Web site. This is a software development position and includes Graphical User Interface development/programming as well as maintenance of corporate web presence.

Must-have skills: C++ (5 years), knowledge ofMFC, STL, COM, OOP/000, design patterns. TFS (Team Foundation Server), Windows and Linux knowledge.
Web design/programming: maintain and improve the company’s web site (PHP, WordPress, JavaScript, CSS).
Graphic design, Photoshop/Photoshop Elements or equivalent program.
Optional skills: OpenGL, document creation, MS Word, RoboHELP,
Good-to-have skills: HPC programming, Machine Learning.

Members of the team normally hold a graduate degree in a variety of disciplines, but baccalaureate degrees may be considered. The successful candidate must be an energetic, self-motived individual with excellent interpersonal skills and strong written and spoken English. You will be interacting with other members of the team, but also with technical support, sales/marketing people and end users.

This position is based from our Head Office in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The position may involve some travel, mostly within North America.

Application Deadline: July 31, 2017
Please forward your resume to: hr@integratedsoft.com
Or mail to: Attn: Personnel Department
Integrated Engineering Software
220-1821 Wellington Avenue
Winnipeg. MB RJH OG4
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
www.integratedsoft.com

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Web Developer – TestMsg

My name is Calin Ranger. I am a young entrepreneur in Sudbury who is the creator of TestMsg, a new tech startup. My service is a website to help students study without having to take lots of time out of their lives. I’ve reached the development stage of TestMsg and my knowledge of development is not at a level that would allow me to finish the website in time to reach my goals.

I’m looking for a web-developer, student or alumni of the computer science program. I’ll consider anyone who can prove to be a good developer. I’m willing to work with an individual or a team.

I need a dedicated developer/team that will help me get this service on the web as fast as possible. User experience is a top priority. For this reason, the service should be easy to use. I expect whoever I work with to take the design which I had professionally done and replicate it onto a website.

If you are interested please contact me and send me your resume. We can talk about the details such as payment, time period and position title. Everything is up for discussion. There is no need to travel for this job. Everything can be done remotely.

Thanks,
Calin R.

Contact Information:
Cell: (705) 207-9795
E-mail: ccc.store@hotmail.com

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SoC Design Engineer – Intel of Canada, Ltd.

Intel of Canada, Ltd. – Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group

Job Title: SoC Design Engineer
Team: ASIC Design/Verification

As a digital logic design and verification engineer, you will be part of the Systems Engineering team in the Intel’s NVM Solutions Group NSG which is developing Solid State Drive SSD controller ASICs. In this position, your responsibilities will include but not be limited to, micro-architecture, writing block-level specifications, logic design, functional verification, synthesis, static timing analysis STA and support of post-silicon validation.

Minimum Requirements:
– Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or a related discipline.
– Knowledge and some experience in the following areas * Digital logic design and/or verification * Hardware description language VHDL or Verilog* and/or System Verilog* * High-level verification language System Verilog* preferred * Logic simulation tools such as Modelsim and VCS

Additional desirable qualifications include:
– Synthesis and Static Timing Analysis STA with Design Compiler and Primetime – Random constrained, coverage driven verification
– Industry standard verification methodologies like OVM, VMM, eRM and UVM UVM preferred
– Object Oriented Analysis and Design
– Embedded Firmware
– Excellent communication, interpersonal and problem solving skills
– Motivated, self-directed and able to work effectively both independently and in a team
– Good planning skills

How to apply:

Email applications to vancouver.resumes@intel.com with a subject line as follows:

Subject Line: [University][Academic Year & Discipline][Team Interested] Full Name

Subject Line Examples:
• [UofA][4th Year Computer Engineering][ASIC Verification] John Doe
• [UBC][Masters Electrical Engineering][Hardware] Jane Doe

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Embedded FW Engineer – Intel of Canada, Ltd.

Intel of Canada, Ltd. – Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group

Job Title: Embedded FW Engineer
Team: Virtual Platform

Are you a thoughtful embedded developer who can thrive at developing stable SOC configurations for SSD controllers? Does your work support team goals, and can you influence others with your technical and communication skills? Do you understand bare-metal hardware/software interactions? The Platform Services team at Intel of Canada has opening for a firmware engineer who demonstrate these attributes.

Our team develops APIs and low level software for CPU and other hardware subsystems of next general SSDs. In a typical day, we use C, C++, and Python along with large-team software development tools using a Windows and Web environment. We communicate in written and verbal forms, in-person and with remote team members.

Requirements:
– Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Engineering.
– Proficiency in embedded OS-level development for ARM CPUs
– Demonstrated ability to identify, communicate and resolve complex problems.

Preferred Experience:
– Proficiency in C/C++ and object oriented design methodologies
– Scripting in Python, C-Shell
– Proficiency in structured S/W development and practices
– Analytical problem solving, innovation and a mindset of continuous improvement
– Familiarity with HW protocols such as PCIe, DDR4, and ONFI

Opportunities for Experienced Applicants:
– Small team leadership
– API definition and change control ownership

How to apply:

Email applications to vancouver.resumes@intel.com with a subject line as follows:

Subject Line: [University][Academic Year & Discipline][Team Interested] Full Name

Subject Line Examples:
– [UofA][4th Year Computer Engineering][ASIC Verification] John Doe
– [UBC][Masters Electrical Engineering][Hardware] Jane Doe

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Software Simulation Developer / SoC Emulation Engineer – Intel of Canada, Ltd.

Intel of Canada, Ltd. – Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group

Job Title: Software Simulation Developer / SoC Emulation Engineer
Team: Virtual Platform

We are seeking a SoC Emulation engineer to develop Virtual Platforms for future generations of Intel SSDs. Virtual Platforms combine SW simulation models and various innovative HW acceleration technologies, including virtualization, emulation, FPGA, and test chips, to optimize the balance between speed and accuracy for a variety of use cases. Today’s primary use cases are pre-silicon software development, HW/SW Co-validation, system level power & performance analysis, architecture exploration.

The team works on a wide range of tasks including SW functional and performance model development, infrastructure development, third party IP integration, EDA vendor interaction, and the deployment and support of Virtual Platforms for the full spectrum of use cases. Our development flow is compliant with the Accellera Systems Initiative SystemC and TLM2 standards, based on C++, and carried out on both Windows and Linux environments.

Requirements:
– Degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Engineering.
– Demonstrated ability to identify, communicate and resolve complex problems.

Additional Qualifications include the following:
– Proficiency in C/C++ and object oriented design methodologies
– Scripting in Python, C-Shell
– Proficiency in ARM microprocessor architecture and CPU behavior
– Embedded software development/debug experience
– Proficiency in structured S/W development and practices
– Proficiency in Windows/Linux based S/W development environments & tools
– Interfacing with multiple customers, understanding their requirements, setting expectations and delivering on commitments.
– Analytical problem solving, innovation and a mindset of continuous improvement
– Familiarity with HW protocols

Preferred Qualifications:
– Experience setting up and managing projects in Visual Studio
– Knowledge of SystemC and ESL modeling
– Knowledge of HDL based simulation and RTL validation environments
– Demonstrated track record of team work and timely delivery of projects and products
– Ability to prioritize, manage risks, evaluate tradeoffs and then make decisions

How to Apply:

Email applications to vancouver.resumes@intel.com with a subject line as follows:

Subject Line: [University][Academic Year & Discipline][Team Interested] Full Name

Subject Line Examples:
– [UofA][4th Year Computer Engineering][ASIC Verification] John Doe
– [UBC][Masters Electrical Engineering][Hardware] Jane Doe

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FoRCE PDF – Federation & Query (Queen’s University)

We are seeking a self-starter with good experience and great passion in data federation and cross-modality data query.

You, our ideal candidate, are looking for a small and dynamic multidisciplinary team of researchers and engineers who work together with minimal hierarchy and red-tape. You are prepared to bring your drive, your experience, and your passion to contribute at all levels to the entire team. We, Indoc Research, are that team. We build and manage complex medical research infrastructure for collaborators and clients. We bring together
prominent research organizations across the country, including the Neuroimaging Group at the Rotman Research Institute, the Centre for Advanced Computing at Queen’s University, and the Electronic Health Information Laboratory at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Together we have created large scale informatics platforms involving diverse and complex data modalities (e.g. imaging, proteomic, genomic, clinical
assessments) across multiple disease areas (e.g. neurodegeneration, depression, cancer).

In the FoRCE project, you will have the opportunity to stretch and develop your data federation and data query skills to a whole new level. FoRCE will require addressing complex data types in real-time, providing responsive and innovative federation, query and visualization of high-dimensionality data, while maintaining security and privacy of data in a shared clinical and research setting. FoRCE will address critical gaps
and fulfill currently unmet and urgent needs in both clinical and research communities, acquiring, federating and sharing data from distributed settings such as critical care units, clinical laboratories and hospital imaging facilities. FoRCE will enable real-time streaming of medical data, support novel cross-modality data fusion, while providing regulatory and ethics compliance as required in these clinical settings. As the post-doctoral fellow on this project, you will have a critical role at all levels of this project, in design and implementation, architecture and testing, deployment and support. And you will be building the future of medical science.

Position Details:

This Post-doctoral fellowship position will provide the successful candidate with opportunities to acquire hands on experience in technical aspects of development and maintenance of large scale research informatics systems, within industry and academic settings. The Data Federation and Query PDF will be responsible for the following development activities related to the FoRCE project, as well as the wider Indoc Informatics
platform as required:

  • Development and optimization of data federation subsystem
  • Development and implementation of data processing and handling pipelines
  • Development of a cross-data modality query engine and associated visualization tools
  • Database design (relational and non-relational databases)
  • Database administration

Qualifications and Desired Skills:

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Equivalent

Data Architecture

  • Deep understanding in open source based data solutions, including data warehousing, distributed data processing / search engine
  • Experience of data federation / integration
  • Experience of Big Data ecosystem, including SPARK, Kafka, Hadoop etc.
  • Experience of Docker and / or virtualized computing infrastructure

System Administration

  • Strong experience in Linux server administration
  • Familiar with SPARK, Hadoop, Cassandra, Docker Swarm, ELK
  • Experience of OVM and docker deployment
  • Experience maintaining SGE / PBS clusters

General Scientific Programmer

  • Strong experience in one of the scientific programming languages, Python, R, Scala, etc
  • Experience with XML, JSON, parquet
  • Good understanding in data processing pipelines and data driven applications
  • Experience in versioning control system, Git, SVN. etc.

Other Skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Track record of initiative and self-organization
  • Willingness and ability to work on multiple projects at the same time
  • Solid time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a collaborative team across multiple disciplines
  • Willingness to research and learn new approaches and technologies

How to apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to info@indocresearch.org with the subject title “FoRCE Data Federation and Query PDF Application”.

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FoRCE Doctoral Candidate / PDF – Analytics Systems Development (Queen’s University)

Dr. David Maslove and Indoc Research are seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow for their collaborative NSERC/OCE/SOSCIP funded project, FoRCE (Focus on Research and Clinical Evaluation).

Indoc Research is a not-for-profit company that builds and manages complex medical research infrastructure for its research collaborators and clients. Indoc Research brings together the expertise of several prominent research organizations in the form of the Indoc Consortium, whose members include Indoc Research, the Neuroimaging group at the Rotman Research Institute, the Centre for Advanced Computing, and the Electronic Health Information Laboratory. The Consortium has developed and manages several large scale Research informatics platforms across multiple disease areas including neuroscience, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.

FoRCE is a scalable and adaptable add-on module to the existing Indoc Informatics platform that will address the critical gaps in cybersecurity and privacy infrastructure within shared clinical and research settings, while fulfilling important unmet needs for both the clinical and research communities. FoRCE will provide the secure architecture and processes to support the collection, federation and sharing of data from distributed
clinical settings, including critical care units, clinical laboratories, and imaging facilities. The proposed platform will address several key issues including security considerations, infrastructure and software requirements for linkage, and solutions for handling streaming real time medical data, and ensuring regulatory and ethics compliance when linking diverse medical data modalities in a clinical setting.

Position Details:

This Post-doctoral fellowship position will provide the successful candidate with opportunities to acquire hands on experience in technical aspects of development and maintenance of large scale research informatics systems, within industry and academic settings. The Analytics PDF will be responsible for the following development activities related to the FoRCE project, as well as the wider Indoc Informatics platform as required:

  • Development of FoRCE analytics subsystem
  • Development of scalable analytics infrastructure to allow the Implementation of research based analytic tools
  • Integration of analytics subsystem with the other FoRCE platform components
  • Development of pipelines to make multi-modal data available to the analytics subsystem.

Qualifications and Desired Skills:

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Equivalent

Data Engineering

  • Strong experience in ETL tools and making data services
  • Experience with machine learning, predictive modelling, clustering, and classification
  • Experience with data processing languages and tools, including Python, R, Scala
  • Experience of at least one of the major RDBMS and / or no-SQL database systems such as Cassandra
  • Experience with ELK and / or Apache Solr is a plus

Data Analysis and Reporting

  • Strong experience in data transformation, reporting, aggregation, summarizing
  • Experience writing SQL queries
  • Experience with business intelligence and data visualization tools such as Tableau, Spotfire
  • Experience with Shinny, ELK stack is a plus

General Scientific Programmer

  • Strong experience in one of the scientific programming languages, Python, R, Scala, etc
  • Experience with XML, JSON, parquet
  • Good understanding in data processing pipelines and data driven applications
  • Experience in versioning control system, Git, SVN. etc.

Other Skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Track record of initiative and self-organization
  • Willingness and ability to work on multiple projects at the same time
  • Solid time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a collaborative team across multiple disciplines
  • Willingness to research and learn new approaches and technologies

How to apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to info@indocresearch.org with the subject title “FoRCE Analytics Systems Development PDF Application”.

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Collections Data Assistant Position – Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Queen’s University)

The Agnes seeks a creative and resourceful Collections Data Assistant to be part of an exciting gallery! Reporting to the Collections Manager, the Collections Data Assistant is responsible for creating and implementing applications in support of collections management at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. The Collections Data Assistant manages and undertakes the technical and procedural responsibilities to ensure the utilization of MIMSY XG’s functionality to advance collections and exhibition information management, while ensuring adherence to data standards across the MIMSY XG environment and furthering digitization of related media. Coordinating with the relevant Agnes staff, Queen’s Information Technology Services and Axiell’s support team, the Collections Data Assistant is responsible for training and assisting MIMSY XG users, developing and writing customized reports and providing database support.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Working with Agnes stakeholders, gather and analyze requirements for reporting needs.
  • Working with Agnes stakeholders, develop MIMSY XG workflows for exhibitions, loans and collections-related tasks and establish digitization protocols.
  • Design, modify, develop and write reporting solutions using Crystal Reports.
  • Modify MIMSY XG interface to optimize its functionality for Agnes Etherington Art Centre collections needs.
  • Train and assist MIMSY XG users.
  • Develop a MIMSY XG manual specific to the Agnes’s operations.
  • Act as a liaison with Queen’s Information Technology Services and Axiell’s support team.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Complete degree or diploma from a post-secondary program in museum studies or technology, information studies, art history, visual art, history or a related discipline.
  • Experience working with relational databases.
  • Experience using SQL and developing and designing reports, especially Crystal Reports.
  • Previous experience with a museum collections management database, especially MIMSY XG, is an asset.
  • Familiarity with thesauri, documentation standards, and museum cataloguing is an asset.
  • Previous experience and demonstrated knowledge of art, cultural institutions and the museum environment is an asset.
  • Satisfactory Criminal Records Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening required.

SPECIAL SKILLS:

  1. Analytical and problem-solving skills.
  2. Strong communication skills.
  3. Excellent time-management skills with the ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines.
  4. Well-developed presentation skills.
  5. Demonstrated ability to work with accuracy and attention to detail.
  6. Sound judgment.
  7. Sensitivity to confidentiality and privacy issues associated with museum work.

SALARY AND TERMS:
Position Title: Collections Data Assistant
Rate of Pay: $22.00/hour
Work Location: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston
Hours: 35 hours/week
Work Term: 17 weeks

APPLICATION METHOD:
Apply via email. Please submit a cover letter, résumé and contact information for three (3) references to Jennifer Nicoll, Collections Manager/Exhibition Coordinator, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University at jennifer.nicoll@queensu.ca.

Application deadline: 16 December 2016

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