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  • Sep23

    We go over how to prepare for the upcoming career fair, like what to wear, how to research companies, how to plan your route, how to speak to recruiters, and more! We want you to be ready to talk to recruiters and get that internship!

    Meeting will begin with WiCS holding elections first. To nominate yourself for the role of Public Relations Director, please attend the meeting to say a few words about the following:

    • Your Name
    • Your Academic Year Classification
    • What are your goals for WiCS -- What would you like to accomplish as an officer?
    6:30pm
    256 IMU
    Students in Technology and Sciences (SiTS) | Women in Computing Science (WiCS)
  • Sep25

    The Tippie Technology and Innovation Association is collaborating with The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and Students in Technology and Sciences (SiTS) to create a career fair catered to the most relevant employers.  This fair will bring together approximately 150+ of The University of Iowa’s best and brightest young professionals from our Business Analytics & Information Systems, Computer Science, and Informatics programs.

    11:30am to 3:30pm
    Tippie Tech | ACM@UIowa | SiTS
  • Sep25

    Want to ace technical interviews? Or, are you confused about what makes technical interviews different from "regular interviews?"  SiTS is here to help!

    Over the course of the workshop, we'll be walking you through a step-by-step breakdown of technical interviews, and then practicing some in a friendly and supportive environment.  By the end, you'll be equipped with skills and resources that will help you succeed, and put you well on your way to being an A+ candidate! 

    6:30pm
    N104 LC
    SiTS - Students in Technology and Sciences
  • Sep26

    Why go to the Career Fair?  The 2019 Fall Job and Internship Fair is a great way to network with organizations from all over the nation- this event is not just for Seniors! Whether you are looking for an internship or a full-time position, there will be plenty of employers looking for candidates just like you.

    11:00am to 4:00pm
    IMU - Main Lounge | 2nd Floor Ballroom
    Pomerantz Career Center
  • Sep27

    Recent developments on SMT solvers have become crucial to make program analysis techniques effective in practice. Despite their success, scalability is still an issue when applying these methods to large fragments of code. In order to address this problem, we propose a template-based (also known as constraint-based) approach using Max-SMT solvers. In particular, we present an automated compositional program verification technique for safety properties based on conditional inductive invariants.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Daniel Larraz
  • Oct03

    Each year the College of Engineering holds two career fairs, one in late September/early October and another in early February. This is a great way for students to meet over 100 engineering, manufacturing, consulting and governmental organizations to discuss full-time, co-op and internship opportunities in the areas of Biomedical, Chemical, Civil & Environmental, Electrical & Computer, Industrial & Systems, and Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science.

    12:00pm to 5:00pm
    IMU - Main Lounge
    College of Engineering
  • Oct12

    HACKIOWA logo

    HACKUIOWA is a 2 day non-stop hackathon, and it will be held at University of Iowa in the heart of downtown Iowa City, USA. The event is open to all university students that have a passion for creating things with technology!

    7:45am to 5:00pm
    Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
    The University of Iowa
  • Nov08

    Details forthcoming.

     

    For a sample of the day's schedule, please head to 2018 Prospective Student Visit Day and Graduate Research Symposium.

    9:30am to 5:30pm
    W401 PBB
    UI CS Grad Students and Faculty
    University of Iowa Computer Science Department
  • Nov14

    Software engineers have long been denied the label of “professional.” As a matter of law, this designation carries more than a vanity status; it bestows a special presumption of judicial deference to the professional’s judgment against complaints of malpractice. This issue has returned to the fore because the software industry has renewed its efforts to secure recognition as a “profession,” even as it has come under increasing scrutiny for the real-world harms it perpetuates.

    12:30pm to 1:30pm
    Boyd Law Building Room 245
    Bryan Choi, OSU
    The Iowa Innovation, Business & Law Center
  • Nov14
    5:30pm to 6:30pm
    Stanley Café in Hancher Auditorium
    Denise Szecsei
    UIowa Computer Science | The Research Development Office and Hancher
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