Here you will find a list of jobs and internships that have been sent to us and upcoming events that might be of interest to CS graduate students.

ACM Capital Region CAPWIC 2019 - Celebration of Women in Computing

March 22 - 23
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

CAPWIC is a Celebration of Women in Computing that provides a low-cost, regionally tailored, small conference for women in computing. The participants will be female students, faculty, and professionals, as well as male supporters of women in computing.
The event provides a venue for future computing professionals to gain confidence in their skills, network with each other, and learn from accomplished technical women. The event includes distinguished speakers, panels on academia and industry, student and faculty presentations, a student research poster contest, and a career fair for students in computing fields.

Registration Deadline: February 20, 2019
Scholarship Deadline: February 15, 2019

Register & learn more at, or email


MathWorks Summer Research Internship

Come join our team of Research Scientists for a Summer internship where you get to apply your Model-Based Design research to premier industry tools. Topics of interest vary broadly across the domain of Design Automation, ranging from studying foundations of methodologies to implementing and experimenting with your research results.

Areas of interest are in computational technologies and include (but are not limited to): internet of things, cyber-physical systems, hybrid dynamic systems, multiparadigm modeling, modeling and simulation, numerical mathematics, verification, testing, prognostics and health monitoring, compiler technology, parallel programming, electronics, computer vision, deep learning, robotics, autonomous vehicles, instrumentation, signal processing, communication, and real-time service architectures.


Use MathWorks technology to create tools or applications that highlight new opportunities for developing research into products.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Candidates must be pursuing a master's level or a PhD level degree in a technical discipline.
  • Candidates for this position must be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer without restriction.
  • Visa sponsorship will not be provided for this position.

Additional Qualifications

  • Be excited by technology, stay abreast of continuous developments, and have inspiring ideas for a changing future.
  • Strong academic record.
  • Active in the research community.


Interested in cybersecurity and machine learning? Join a DARPA-funded
project called CHASE (Cyber Hunting at Scale). We have three research
tracks: (i) developing/running machine-learning algorithms on network
and host data to detect cyberattacks: (ii) mapping the landscape of
existing malware, reverse engineering their protocols and actions,
simulating attacks, capturing packet traffic and host logs of attacks
and using that data to build models of malware behavior; (iii) setting
up a Windows domain to understand administration, event logging and
Windows based attacks. Useful skills: Linux, C++, Python, shell;
Networking and machine learning knowledge a plus, but not required.
Undertake independent study, Masters projects, or join as a paid RA.
If interested, please send an email to Prof. Yonghwi Kwon
( and Research Scientist Will Hawkins
. Mark "PCORE" in the subject line, include a copy
of your unofficial transcript and resume, and indicate your preferred
research track.


TreeHacks 2019 applications are now open

TreeHacks is Stanford's annual national 36-hour hackathon and is expected to have hundreds of participants from colleges all over the world and will take place at Stanford from February 15 to February 17, 2019.

For more information contact:

Ankush Swarnakar
TreeHacks 2019 Core Organizing Team

Virtual Hackathan

Prizes –

  • 1st — $3,000 of ETH
  • 2nd — $1,500 of ETH
  • 3rd — $500 of ETH
  • Best App featuring MakerDAO — 1,500 DAI

When — Nov 26 – Dec 10, 2018

Where — Everywhere and nowhere. This is a virtual hackathon

What — A chance to help usher in the era of open finance made possible by public blockchains. Settle is providing the infrastructure to support a vibrant ecosystem of decentralized finance apps, and it’s up to the community to decide how that will look. Check Settle’s developers page for examples of what’s possible with Settle. More info about Settle below

Who — Everybody’s welcome! Minimum of 1 person + maximum of 4 people per team. All by yourself? Come to our Discord and find some teammates (check the #settle-team-forming channel or just chime in anywhere you see ongoing chats)

How — Just submit your email address above and start buidling on November 26!

Sponsored by:

Grad Cohort Workshop

Are you a graduate student in computing-related studies, interested in interacting with successful women in your field who can give you advice on topics such as how to find and develop your research topic, how to prepare for your career after graduate school, and how to balance work and life?

If so, please join us at the next CRA-W Grad Cohort Workshop!


10.22.18 - CS Graduate Job posting

The School of Medicine Research Computing (SOMRC) team at the University of Virginia is seeking a Full Stack Developer. This position will provide support in advanced computing for SOM researchers. He/she will work closely with the rest of the SOMRC team and other related service units to provide solutions for users' computational needs and related data analysis. The position will be a key integrator of systems, data, analysis, and visualization in support of SOM faculty research.

The new hire to this position will also play a key role in web development related to the iTHRIV collaboration.

Skills/Attributes Required:

  1.  Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related discipline, or comparable experience.

  2.  Strong experience in systems administration of Linux and Windows Server platforms.

  3.  Broad knowledge of research computing system design and integration and related components and applications.

  4.  Minimum 3 years developing applications using Python.

  5.  Experience using SQL relational databases.

  6.  Demonstrated fluency with creating and consuming restful APIs (Flask, etc.) and interfaces (JQuery, React, Angular).

  7.  Demonstrated experience leading technical projects.

  8.  Experience with Service Oriented Architecture and microservices.

  9.  Basic understanding of software design patterns.

  10. Working understanding of integration of applications with AWS or GCP services.

  11. Clear grasp of the scientific academic research process.


More information:


neal magee, ph.d.

cloud solution architect

uva school of medicine


June 6, 2018 - For 2018 and 2019 undergrads


I am a manager at the University of Virginia Physicians Group that oversees the professional billing for the physicians with our Electronic Medical Record, Epic application.

We have an open position listed here, that we always have difficulty finding qualified candidates. The position requires an Epic certification, which consists of 2 weeks of training at a remote location, project and 2 exams. This usually takes around 6 weeks.


I am checking to see if you have any recent undergraduates that may be interested in staying in the area and working on the EMR application. I would have to modify the position posting by removing the certification and experience requirements.

Please let me know if you think there may be interest.




Richard A. Pott, MPM

Manager, Epic Professional Billing


University of Virginia Health System

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Epic Professional Billing

434.297.8819 | cell: 434.260.2682


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