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Wednesday, November 3 @6:30 pm
WSP Information Session
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Sloan Hall

WSP is looking for students focused on Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, Construction Management and other related disciplines.

Thursday, November 4 @8 am
WSP Interviews
Careers / Jobs
WSU Pullman - Dana Hall

WSP is looking for students focused on Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, Construction Management and other related disciplines.

Monday, November 8 @3:10 pm
CySER Virtual Seminar — Matthew Boehnke, Columbia Basin College
Workshop / Seminar

CySER is a WSU-led consortium of five institutions in the Northwest established to train the next generation of military and national defense-aligned civilian workforce in cybersecurity. The other four partner institutions in CySER are: Montana State University, University of Idaho, Columbia Basin College (CBC), and Central Washington University.

Tuesday, November 9 @11 am
ESIC FA21 Power Group Seminar ~ Dynamic Modeling for Analysis of Wind Farm and Grid Interaction
WSU Pullman

Electrical generation, transmission and distribution systems all over the world have entered a period of significant renewal and technological change. There have been phenomenal changes/deployments in technology of generation driven by the worldwide emphasis on energy from wind and solar as a sustainable solution to our energy need.

Saturday, November 13 @9 am
Building Connections: Simpson Strong-Tie Symposium
Conference / Symposium
WSU Pullman - PACCAR

Join Simpson Strong-Tie engineers and field specialists for a day of Building Connections where you will learn how structural connectors and pre-engineered building components help structures perform safely to resist natural hazards such as high winds and earthquakes.

Thursday, November 18 @11 am
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Seminar Series, “Towards Building Intelligent Systems for Robots to Interact With the World”
Workshop / Seminar
Online - Online

Building intelligent systems for robots to interact with the world is a challenging problem. In this talk, I will present our efforts ranging from learning primitive skills to learning manipulation concepts for robots to interact with the world. Grasping and hanging are primitive manipulation skills. Choosing the right robot action representation is of great importance for mastering these skills.

Monday, November 29 @3:10 pm
CySER Virtual Seminar — Clemente Izurieta, Montana State University
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The advancement of cyber adversaries has led to increased frequency and complexity of cyber-attacks on everything from U.S. military systems to the U.S. voting infrastructure. By the end of 2021 it’s expected that 3.5 million cyber security positions will be unfilled and there is great need to automate cyber security as completely as possible. Hierarchical Software Quality Assurance (HQA) is a proposed defense mechanism that protects systems along the supply, build and development paths by allowing cyber warriors to deploy quality gates that filter potential threats by leveraging existing investments in tools and infrastructure.