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    Tenant: 
    http://www.news-gazette.com/news/business/2013-09-15/state-renews-support-i-start.html

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  • 11/13/13--08:49: Iffland, David
  • 60 Hazelwood Drive
    Champaign
    Illinois
    61820
    217-417-2305
    david@heavyco.de
    Wednesday, November 13, 2013
    Company Overview: 

    Provides software contract services in cloud, mobile, and web.

    Building: 
    Company Category: 
    Other/Business/Consulting

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    The Research Park is excited to announce its call for proposals for its third annual Mobile Development Day, to take place on January 21, 2014 at the iHotel and Conference Center in Champaign. With an expected attendance of over 200 participants and 25 speakers, Mobile Development Day provides an opportunity for attendees to share information and network with peers about mobile development taking place in the entrepreneurial, corporate, and educational milieus in the University of Illinois, the Champaign-Urbana region, and beyond.

    Proposals can be for a talk or participation in a panel discussion of a topic. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to: mobile technical development; mobile design; mobile entrepreneurship; coroporate, academic, or community mobile development; business of mobile app development; Android vs. iOS; mobile development education and careers; apps vs. websites.

    Talks typically last about 45 minutes, including questions from the audience. If you would like to submit a proposal for a talk or participation in a panel discussion, please go to http://go.illinois.edu/mobiledayproposals. Please feel free to share this information with friends, colleauges, or other mobile development leaders. We look forward to receiving your proposal.


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    MARK YOUR CALENDARS: On Dec. 6, the Big Data Summit will bring together thought leaders from the UIRP, industry, and academia 

    Big Data Summit 2013
    Category: 
    Corporate Partnerships

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  • 11/15/13--09:10: Materials Processing Intern
  • Category: 
    Engineering
    Status: 
    Internship
    Contact Email: 
    k.arpin@xerionbattery.com
    Description: 

    Xerion Advanced Battery Corporation is a start-up company located in the EnterpriseWorks Building of the Research Park at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Xerion is developing high power lithium-ion batteries that utilize nanostructured electrodes.  Xerion is currently searching for a full-time scientist or engineering intern to develop materials and processes for Li-ion batteries. 

    In this position, you will develop, optimize, and maintain materials and processes required to achieve a defined goal.  Potential technical areas include slurry processes, electrochemical processes, heat treatment and battery fabrication.  The intern will also be responsible for characterization of samples throughout multistep processes.  Characterization techniques may include scanning electron microscopy, thermo gravimetric analysis, electrochemical analysis and x-ray diffraction.

    The intern should be hard-working, motived to learn, interested in working in an entrepreneurial environment and have excellent organization and record keeping skills.

    A B.S. in Materials Science, Chemical Engineering or Chemistry is desired, but not required.  Prior laboratory research experience is also desired.  Availability to work full-time is desired, but availability of 20 hours per week is required.  Please contact Kevin Arpin at k.arpin@xerionbattery.com if you are interested.


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    Thank you for City of Champaign City Council voting 8-0 on Yahoo incentives earlier this week. The study session is online with comments from Cathy Singer, Engineering Director at Yahoo!, Laura Frerichs, Director at University of Illinois Research Park, and Council at the following link: http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T01169&video=176178


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    Panel discussion with Scott Daigle of IntelliWheels, Designer-in-Residence Deana McDonagh, Colin Das of John Deere, and John Mosier of Sony Biotechnology - led by Jed Taylor of the Technology Entrepreneur Center.


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    Ken Taylor is the Software Engineering Manager at the Neustar Innovation Center, located in the University of Illinois Research Park. Mr. Taylor started working with Hadoop in 2009 while helping to develop a revenue pipeline for Yahoo.


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    Angela facilities new commercial opportunities with large corporations to integrate Wolfram|Alpha technologies into their products. She helps coordinate with Wolfram legal, content managers, user interface designers, and web developers to create solutions. She closed the first API deal within Wolfram Alpha after one month at Wolfram and continues to generate many more agreements. Angela investigates revenue-generating and in-kind opportunities with existing partners that provide resources to Wolfram Research, as well as locating and exploring new potential partnerships and how they value they add to the company. Angela served in the United States Air Force as a Communications Officer and Flight Commander.


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    EIR Workshop about Intellectual Property for Technology Based Companies


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    Category: 
    Engineering
    Status: 
    Full-Time
    Contact Email: 
    zthomas@illinois.edu
    Description: 

    The Illinois Applied Research Institute (ARI) seeks applicants for Senior and Principal Research Scientist and Engineer positions, involved in a variety of R&D activities in areas of applied science, engineering, and/or computing technology. The ARI is located in the Research Park in the Sony/iCyt building. Learn more about the jobs here. 


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  • 11/19/13--11:27: GC Chemist
  • Company Name: 
    Category: 
    Science
    Status: 
    Full-Time
    Contact Email: 
    byunghoon.bae@cbana.com
    Description: 

     

    Cbana Labs, Inc. is seeking a highly motivated and skilled Chemist (full time/part time) to specialize in gas chromatography to join our team. This exciting position offers competitive pay and a challenging work environment. The ability to work in a self-directed manner to set up experiments to measure output and performance of the Cbana’s micro-GC components and systems is essential. Other key attributes of this position include:

     

    • Ability to clearly communicate scientific results in the form of written reports and slide presentations;

     

    • Ability to multi-task on several different projects simultaneously;

     

    • Ability to problem-solve by accessing a variety of internal and external resources;

     

    • Willingness to work as part of a professional team; and 

     

    • Ability to perform under tight deadlines.

     

    A BS or MS in Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related field is required. One to three years of prior experience with laboratory instruments and chromatographs is essential. Knowledge of stationary phases is strongly preferred.

     About Cbana Labs, Inc.:

    Cbana is developing integrated micro-gas chromatograph (microGC) analyzers to transform how gases are sensed and measured. MicroGCs have many uses including air quality monitoring, detection of pollutants or contaminants, and CWA or explosives detection. Our microGC can sense a wide number of species in air and other gases with unprecedented speed, sensitivity, and precision. We have developed MEMS-based microvalves that operate in microseconds at high pressures, micropumps, micro-preconcentrators with high selectivity and gain, special molecular absorbents, columns with high separation resolution and highly specific and sensitive detectors.  To apply, please email your resume and a list of three references to byunghoon.bae@cbana.com


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  • 11/19/13--13:50: Manufacturing Engineer
  • Company Name: 
    Category: 
    Engineering
    Status: 
    Full-Time
    Contact Email: 
    WGonzalez@Littelfuse.com
    Description: 

    Littelfuse is the worldwide leader in circuit protection products and solutions with annual sales over $668 million in 2012. The Littelfuse portfolio, backed by industry leading technical support, design, and manufacturing expertise, has made significant investments in R&D and Distribution to ensure that we not only have the world’s broadest and deepest line of circuit protection solutions, but also the most advanced, recognized circuit protection brand in the world. 

    We work in a highly empowered work environment where managers are very involved in planning and generating ideas for improvement. You will be supported and surrounded by some of the best and brightest people in the industry. People who care about our customers and care about helping them achieve the results they seek. At Littelfuse you will be in great company! 

    Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Process Engineer is responsible for the development of new or improved processes, tooling and equipment for the manufacture of Electrical Power Fuses and accessories.

    RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

    - Equipment design.

    - Collaborating with equipment vendors/designers.

    - Launching new tooling and processes into manufacturing.

    - Research and development of Low and Medium Voltage Electrical Fuse products.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    - Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.

    - 5 years experience in Process/equipment design.

    - Solid analytical and problem solving skills.

    - Solid Project Management skills.

    - 3 years 3D CAD experience.

    If interested, please go to http://www.littelfuse.com/careers.aspx to apply.


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  • 11/19/13--13:53: Product Design Engineer
  • Company Name: 
    Category: 
    Engineering
    Status: 
    Full-Time
    Contact Email: 
    WGonzalez@Littelfuse.com
    Description: 

    Littelfuse is the worldwide leader in circuit protection products and solutions with annual sales over $668 million in 2012. The Littelfuse portfolio, backed by industry leading technical support, design, and manufacturing expertise, has made significant investments in R&D and Distribution to ensure that we not only have the world’s broadest and deepest line of circuit protection solutions, but also the most advanced, recognized circuit protection brand in the world. 

    We work in a highly empowered work environment where managers are very involved in planning and generating ideas for improvement. You will be supported and surrounded by some of the best and brightest people in the industry. People who care about our customers and care about helping them achieve the results they seek. At Littelfuse you will be in great company! 

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Product Design Engineer is responsible for designing, building, testing and implementing new product designs. This role will provide technical support for new products to the manufacturing department and to field sales personnel and research new technologies and materials.

    - Design, build, test and implement new product design concepts for product development programs.

    • Assist with new product development programs including designing mechanical specifications and producing rototypes.
    • Develop prints, QFD’s, design and process FMEA’s, cost estimates, etc.
    • Build, test and evaluate design concepts.
    • Participate in the design verification and validation programs by developing test plans, coordinating test programs and identifying design improvement opportunities.
    • Provide weekly progress updates and participate in new product meetings. 

    - Provide technical support for new products to the manufacturing department and to field sales personnel.

    • Prepare product specifications.
    • Evaluate product application feasibility.
    • Interface with marketing to develop literature and sales tools for new products.
    • Travel to customer sites and evaluate product or application problems. 
    • Research and analyze competitive products.

    - Research new technology and new materials.

    • Identify new materials or new technologies and explore possibilities of applying to new Littelfuse products. 
    • Procure samples, build prototypes, and conduct tests.
    • Prepare reports and recommendations.

    REQUIREMENTS

    - Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.

    - 5 years experience in Process/equipment design.

    - Solid analytical and problem solving skills.

    - Solid Project Management skills.

    - 3 years 3D CAD experience.

    Interested parties: please go to http://www.littelfuse.com/careers.aspx to apply.


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    Electroninks Incorporated, a startup at the EnterpriseWorks technology business incubator at the University of Illinois Research Park, today launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund resources to support large-scale production of its conductive silver ink rollerball pen, the Circuit Scribe. 

    Circuit Scribe is for makers of all ages, allowing users to "invent instantly." WIthin 14 hours of being live on the Kickstarter platform, Circuit Scribe had raised more than $10,000 of its $85,000 goal and has more than 200 backers. 

    Electroninks Incorporated is commericalizing technology developed in the research lab of Professor Jennifer Lewis located at the University of Illinois. It has developed a non-toxic, water-based, conductive silver ink for use in rollerball pens.

    TechCrunch writes about Electroninks after they receive 500 backers in first day of Kickstarter campaign. 

    So long, breadboard: Draw circuits instantly with the Circuit Scribe pen, GigoOM Research article

    Simply Draw Circuits With Circuit Scribe Rollerball Pen, Geeky Gadgets article

    So long, breadboard: Draw circuits instantly with the Circuit Scribe pen, ScoopIt! article

    Daily Illini story about Kickstarter campaign.


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    The Circuit Scribe, a conductive silver ink rollerball pen developed by EnterpriseWorks startup Electroninks, has reached its Kickstarter goal in less than 72 hours. 

    Electroninks will continue to take orders through the end of the year via the Kickstarter site. Stay tuned for more exciting information about this company and its innovative product.

    The Circuit Scribe has been featured on:

    Engadget, 11/21
    TechCrunch, 11/21
    Gigaom, 11/20
    Boing Boing, 11/22
    Daily Illini, 11/20

     


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    Company Name: 
    Category: 
    Software Engineering
    Status: 
    Internship
    Contact Email: 
    GerwinHowardR@JohnDeere.com
    Description: 

    John Deere is looking for a Mobile App Developer Intern to work in our Enterprise UX (User
    Experience) team. The ideal candidate has a passion for design and development of iOS apps, especially coding elegant and innovative solutions. You must be able to take a design vision, execute the development of it, and in the process, make it better!


    This position will be located in Champaign at our facility located in the UIUC Research Park (summer internship and/or during the school year). Mac computer will be provided for work.


    Responsibilities
    • Work with graphic designers and user experience professionals to brainstorm app concepts
    • Develop and code apps
    • Quickly identify bugs and fix them


    Desired Qualifications of Applicants:
    Skills (must have)
    • Native iPhone/iPad development (Objective-C, Cocoa touch)
    • Ability to work with graphic designers to implement their vision


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  • 11/26/13--08:00: Database Team Member
  • Company Name: 
    Category: 
    Software Engineering
    Status: 
    Full-Time
    Contact Email: 
    resume-hadoop@yahoo-inc.com
    Description: 

    Yahoo Software developers – all levels, multiple openings

    Please send resumes to resume-champaign@yahoo-inc.com

    Yahoo is one of the premier destinations on the Internet. This means that we require massively scalable, distributed, high performance, and efficient software systems.  If you want to help solve complex software problems for systems like these, we are looking for you.

    Yahoo’s Advertising & Data Systems team is one of the biggest online data & advertising programs in the world. It allows advertisers to reach the masses through Yahoo and partner networks. We are developing next generation technologies to enrich our advertiser and user experience through complex scalable ad platforms, with ever growing and interesting challenges. We're looking for world-class, fun-loving engineers to join our team in Champaign, Illinois where you will have the opportunity to help develop high speed advertising data solutions from data collection to large scale data manipulation to long term data storage and low-latency retrieval systems.

    We are looking for software engineers at various experience levels to analyze requirements; investigate optimal software solutions; architect, design, implement and test those solutions; and support our globally deployed data collection and handling software.

    All the engineers at our Champaign location share these characteristics:

    • A solid Computer Science foundation in data structures and algorithms, object oriented programming, and modern software engineering practices from their achievement of obtaining a degree in CS or a similar engineering pursuit.  Some of our engineers have undergraduate degrees while others have graduate degrees, including some with doctorates
    • Excellent debugging and testing skills
    • Excellent knowledge of technology and product trends including knowledge of what is happening in Open Source and in other parts of the software development industry
    • The ability to work with large-scale distributed systems
    • Solid written and verbal communication skills
    • Excellent problem solving, multi-tasking skills
    • Great team-working capabilities in an agile development environment
    • The passion to build great products, work with great people and change the world

    While the programming languages we use depend on the specific domain requirements of each assignment, most of our engineers use languages like Java, C++, Perl, Python, and Pig, an SQL-capable scripting language.

    At the Champaign site we have open positions on several software development teams including those that do data collection and delivery, back-end data processing, database storage and retrieval, and front-end user interfaces, both web-oriented and programmatic.  The exact set of skills needed for each of these teams differs slightly.  Specifically, in addition to the required characteristics listed above, the ideal candidates for each of our teams would also have the following capabilities…

     

    For the data collection and deliver team

    ·    The ability to use the Java programming language and the Perl scripting language

    ·    System performance analysis skills

    ·    Experience working with networking software such as HTTP, FTP, and TCP

     

    For the back-end/data processing teams

    ·    The ability to use the Java programming language and the Python scripting language

    ·    Experience with Hadoop or other Cloud computing or distributed programming environments

    ·    The ability to work with data sets using standard SQL techniques

     

    For the database team

    ·    The ability to use the Java programming language and the Perl scripting language

    ·    Experience with database programming including SQL languages

    ·    Knowledge of database systems including database maintenance and optimization techniques

     

    For the front-end/user interface team

    ·    The ability to use modern front-end development languages like JavaScript and HTML5

    ·    Experience developing web browser interfaces to databases

    ·    Understanding of Application Programmatic interfaces to databases

     

    If any of these describe you, then we have a career for you at our place.  Come see what we’re doing at Yahoo on the Silicon Prairie, in Champaign, Illinois.


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    Company Name: 
    Category: 
    Software Engineering
    Status: 
    Full-Time
    Contact Email: 
    resume-hadoop@yahoo-inc.com
    Description: 

    Yahoo Software developers – all levels, multiple openings

    Please send resumes to resume-champaign@yahoo-inc.com

    Yahoo is one of the premier destinations on the Internet. This means that we require massively scalable, distributed, high performance, and efficient software systems.  If you want to help solve complex software problems for systems like these, we are looking for you.

    Yahoo’s Advertising & Data Systems team is one of the biggest online data & advertising programs in the world. It allows advertisers to reach the masses through Yahoo and partner networks. We are developing next generation technologies to enrich our advertiser and user experience through complex scalable ad platforms, with ever growing and interesting challenges. We're looking for world-class, fun-loving engineers to join our team in Champaign, Illinois where you will have the opportunity to help develop high speed advertising data solutions from data collection to large scale data manipulation to long term data storage and low-latency retrieval systems.

    We are looking for software engineers at various experience levels to analyze requirements; investigate optimal software solutions; architect, design, implement and test those solutions; and support our globally deployed data collection and handling software.

    All the engineers at our Champaign location share these characteristics:

    • A solid Computer Science foundation in data structures and algorithms, object oriented programming, and modern software engineering practices from their achievement of obtaining a degree in CS or a similar engineering pursuit.  Some of our engineers have undergraduate degrees while others have graduate degrees, including some with doctorates
    • Excellent debugging and testing skills
    • Excellent knowledge of technology and product trends including knowledge of what is happening in Open Source and in other parts of the software development industry
    • The ability to work with large-scale distributed systems
    • Solid written and verbal communication skills
    • Excellent problem solving, multi-tasking skills
    • Great team-working capabilities in an agile development environment
    • The passion to build great products, work with great people and change the world

    While the programming languages we use depend on the specific domain requirements of each assignment, most of our engineers use languages like Java, C++, Perl, Python, and Pig, an SQL-capable scripting language.

    At the Champaign site we have open positions on several software development teams including those that do data collection and delivery, back-end data processing, database storage and retrieval, and front-end user interfaces, both web-oriented and programmatic.  The exact set of skills needed for each of these teams differs slightly.  Specifically, in addition to the required characteristics listed above, the ideal candidates for each of our teams would also have the following capabilities…

    For the data collection and deliver team

    ·    The ability to use the Java programming language and the Perl scripting language

    ·    System performance analysis skills

    ·    Experience working with networking software such as HTTP, FTP, and TCP

     

    For the back-end/data processing teams

    ·    The ability to use the Java programming language and the Python scripting language

    ·    Experience with Hadoop or other Cloud computing or distributed programming environments

    ·    The ability to work with data sets using standard SQL techniques

     

    For the database team

    ·    The ability to use the Java programming language and the Perl scripting language

    ·    Experience with database programming including SQL languages

    ·    Knowledge of database systems including database maintenance and optimization techniques

     

    For the front-end/user interface team

    ·    The ability to use modern front-end development languages like JavaScript and HTML5

    ·    Experience developing web browser interfaces to databases

    ·    Understanding of Application Programmatic interfaces to databases

     

    If any of these describe you, then we have a career for you at our place.  Come see what we’re doing at Yahoo on the Silicon Prairie, in Champaign, Illinois.

     

    Please send resumes to resume-hadoop@yahoo-inc.com


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