What You Missed at Pizza My Mind

Last Thursday’s Pizza My Mind was hosted by Daniel H. Wagner Associates, INC. Senior Associate James Eanes from the Hampton, VA office led the discussion along with help from CNU masters student William Drumheller and CNU intern Jack Luft. Wagner Associates focuses on Operations Research, Mathematics and Software Development.

Senior Associate James Eanes beginning the presentation

Areas of interest include Data Fusion where Wagner Associates is working to make use of autonomous boats in order to detect submarines and other threats as well as create an efficient defense strategy based on sensor and location data. Cloud computing is a key element for future employees as a tool. The company will also be working with mathematical solutions to parallel computing, mission planning and financial questions.

William Drumheller described one of his days working on a military boat, intended to be autonomous eventually, all day after being asked by another student if he ever got to see the boats. His day sounded very hectic but also engaging and interesting. The entire day is spent gathering data on the systems and working with others. I am personally very interested in an opportunity to to work hands on with new technology and learn how the military works. If you are too, then consider applying to Wagner.

Wagner offers flexible work hours within a casual work environment. Work is available in Virginia in Hampton, VA and Vienna, VA as well as Exton, PA. Full time employees will have 89% of their health insurance premium covered. Interns will be paid.

It is required that applicants be a US citizen preferably with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering. Degrees in mathematics or engineering will be considered. The minimum GPA requirement is 3.3. Applications can be sent in now.

For more info on opportunities in Hampton, VA email jobs2017@va.wagner.com
For Vienna, VA email jobsNVA@nva.wagner.com

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