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Student Master 2 Undergrad

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Job no: 499402
Department: Computer Science & Software Engineering
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Student
Categories: Information Technology, Research, Scientific, PR, Media, Graphics, Communications, Other

Job Title:

Student Master 2 Undergrad



Job Summary:

Students are required to collect the surface type and slope information from Miami University campus locations and Oxford town area to populate an Open Street Map (OSM) which will then be used to generate multiple accessible routes from a source to a destination location. The research assistant has to travel the campus and Oxford town streets to manually collect these data and to update the OSM. This is a mostly outdoor-centric data collection process and preferably carried out during the less busy hours of weekdays as well as weekend days.

Work performed is highly complex and requires extensive training (either coursework or in-house departmental training).
Work is done independently of supervision.

Minimum Qualifications:

For Academic and Administrative Assistance settings, the student must:
Engage in web authoring, JAVA, SQL, Basic C++, and create databases using various software packages.
Provide research support.
Demonstrate evidence of advanced technical and leadership, collect data using smartphone with a specific slope detection app, paper, pen and computer/laptop.

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