HP Positions

Hello world,

Take a look at this opportunity brought to us by Jose Esquivel and HP!

Hello my dear friends,

HP is hiring again!! We are having a Job Fair on September 8th,9th, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., and September 10 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m at the Bassett Center Workforce Solutions. This Workforce Solutions is located at 6101 Gateway West, Suite 605. We need to fill more than 100 positions for different program units, all in El Paso. Positions include Application Software Development Level II, III and IV, Application Software Project Managers, General Programming Experience Level II and III and Information Testing Level II, III and IV. Each vary in qualifications, but all require a Bachelor’s degree in a computer-related field or experience. In addition to the education, skills and experience assessment HP conducts drug and background investigation screenings on candidates.

Interested applicants should register in http://www.workintexas.com then attend the hiring fair list above. Resumes will be required. Applicants will be pre-screened at the entrance of the hiring fair. Please tell anyone that you think would be interested in working for a great company here in El Paso.

Thank you,
Jose E Esquivel
Service Information Developer
El Paso Application Management Services
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services

Business Phone: +1.915.872.7274
Email: jose.ern.esquivel@hp.com
7777 Market Center Avenue
El Paso, TX 79912
USA

NAFIPS’11, North America Fuzzy Information Processing Society 2011

Heads up ACM student members! NAFIPS’11 will take place during March 18-20, 2011 at The University of Texas at El Paso, and Dr. Martine Ceberio and Dr. Vladik Kreinovich are organizing!

Want to learn more?

As the premier fuzzy society in North America established in 1981, NAFIPS’s purpose is to help guide and encourage the development of fuzzy sets and related technologies for the benefit of mankind.

The following is the list of plenary speakers at NAFIPS’2011:

  • Rafik Aliev, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, and Georgia State University, Atlanta
    Title: Towards a Generalized Fuzzy Logic-Based Decision Theory.
    Here is a link to Rafik Aliev’s abstract.
  • Asli Celikyilmaz, Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC) and Microsoft Research Title: Generative Models for Understanding Text.
    Here is a link to Asli Celikyilmaz’s abstract.
  • Dimitar Filev, Ford Motor Company, AMTDC, Redford, Michigan
    Title: Fuzzy Logic Applications in Vehicle Control & Information Systems.
    Here is a link to Dimitar Filev’s abstract.
  • Jim Keller, University of Missouri, Columbia
    Title: Where Am I? From Spatiotemporal Descriptions To a Sketch To a Geospatially Grounded Map
    Here is a link to Jim Keller’s abstract.
  • George Klir, State University of New York at Binghamton
    Title: Fuzzy Logic in the Psychology of Concepts.
    Here is a link to George Klir’s abstract.
  • Jerry Mendel, University of Southern California
    Title: The Methodology of Perceptual Computing.
    Here is a link to Jerry Mendel’s abstract and bio
  • Shahnaz Shahbazova, Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, Azerbaijan
    Title: The development of an algorithmic model of object recognition visual and sound information based on neuro-fuzzy logic. Here is a link to Shahnaz Shahbazova’s abstract.
  • Ron Yager, Iona College New Rochelle
    Title: A Measure Based Approach to the Fusion of Uncertain Information.
    Here is a link to Ron Yager’s abstract.

Interested in learning more about it? Need the schedule? Wan’t to see what else they have to offer?

Visit their web page and let them know you are coming!
http://nafips.cs.utep.edu/program.html

See you there!

CIA Information Sessions

Ever wondered what it’s like to work on a top-secret, state of the art, intelligence agency?

Want to learn more about how you, a computer science major can help?

Then this information session is for you! (Click on the image for a larger version).

NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

The National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) awards young girls from local high schools for their achievements and interests in computing. The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing has been awarded at both the local (“affiliate”) level as well as at the National level.

 

NCWIT

This fall is UTEP’s Computer Science Department’s second year sponsoring the affiliate award for the El Paso/Las Cruces region. In its first year sponsoring the award UTEP was able to reach about 20 girls and this year another 23 girls from schools in different school districts in El Paso such as Fabens Independent School District, Socorro Independent School District, and Ysleta School District, as well as a few New Mexico High Schools.

Winners will be announced on December 1st, 2010 and invited to the affiliate level awards ceremony in early February 2011. We would like to thank all those professors and students who helped out throughout the process this event has taken, from announcing the award by visiting or contacting local high schools, to revising the applications, and planning the affiliate awards ceremony. For more information you are welcome to visit the award page at:

http://www.ncwit.org/work.awards.aspiration.html

 

 

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