HumanGeo Software Engineer Position

Software Engineer

Positions in Washington, DC area        

HumanGeo is looking for self-motivated, high-performing software engineers with a Computer Science, Systems Engineering, or similar background to represent HumanGeo at customer sites building innovative web applications and unique analytics. Your projects will include creating rapid prototypes and proof of concepts to demonstrate new capabilities, developing and integrating enhancements to enterprise analytic software, and tailoring solutions to our clients’ needs. Your projects will implement complex, cutting-edge Big Data systems with a focus on collecting, parsing, managing, analyzing, and visualizing large sets of data to turn information into insights.  You will be a part of a dynamic development team and have responsibilities in all aspects of the software development lifecycle.

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How twin GRAILs use gravity to map the Moon’s interior

From ARS Tecnica:http://arstechnica.com/science/2012/12/how-twin-grails-use-gravity-to-map-the-moons-interior/

This variation is reflected in the gravitational pull exerted by these mountains, though you’d never notice the difference. The difference in the thickness of tectonic plates produce a variation in Earth’s gravitational field, for example, but Earth-orbiting satellites typically don’t need to take that into account.

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Community College STEM Scholarship

Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) encourages academically talented individuals to pursue studies and careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).  VSGC offers a limited number of scholarship opportunities to students majoring in STEM at any campus in the Virginia Community College System (VCCS).   These $2,000 scholarships are competitive awards based on academic merit for students demonstrating an interest in NASA’s missions and STEM related careers. Underrepresented minorities, females and students with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

This is a competititve program and awards are based on student academic merit and potential for a successfful career in a STEM field.  The VSGC strongly supports students engaged in technical career pathways and preparing to transfer to institutions of higher learning while developing the essential skills for a competitive global workforce.

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ASPRS 2013 Geo League Deadline Extended to December 7

Attention ASPRS Faculty and Students

The Third Annual ASPRS GeoLeague Challenge

To be held at the ASPRS 2013 Annual Conference

Baltimore, Maryland

March 24-28, 2013 

Designing & Mapping Trails for the Boy Scouts of America: Mapping Algorithm Development & Visualization

 The deadline to REGISTER has been extended to December 7, 2012. Continue reading ASPRS 2013 Geo League Deadline Extended to December 7