The Senior Application Developer position contributes to the design, installation, configuration, administration, security, operational integrity, and support of custom developed or integrated software solutions for the University of Iowa Operator Performance Laboratory (OPL).
Hosin “David” Lee, a University of Iowa professor of civil and environmental engineering, received the outstanding overseas alumnus award from the Seoul National University, a national public research university based in Seoul, South Korea.
The University of Iowa flight testing center – Operator Performance Lab – is seeking a research programmer for aircraft related software development, instrumentation, fabrication, modeling, and simulation; data collection on site and at customer locations; and support of flight test operations.
A delegation of Iowa legislators, staffers, and state officials visited the University of Iowa campus for an immersive experience with researchers who study aggressive cancer, manufacture pharmaceuticals, test new aircraft systems, and delve into biblical studies.
University of Iowa's Operator Performance Lab (OPL) hosted the Air Force ROTC Detachment 255 (Det 255) award ceremony and the installment of a new cadet group commander. OPL and Det 255 have a collaborative relationship.
Patrick Selmer, programmer/analyst at Science Systems and Applications, Inc, was the featured speaker of the University of Iowa Climate / Atmospheric Science & Engineering (CASE) Colloquium series on Dec. 5, 2022. The presentation was titled "Backscatter Lidar Retrieval Improvement with Machine Learning."