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Virtual Business Career Fair

Virtual Business Career Fair

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 9:00am to Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 3:45pm
Online via Career Fair Plus App
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Virtual Business Career Fair

Friday, September 16| 9 AM-4 PM | Career Fair Plus app

Looking for a full-time job after graduation or a summer internship? Don't wait - now is the time when employers are hiring! The Virtual Business Career Fair is the ideal place to learn about job opportunities, meet industry professionals, and practice your networking skills.

But wait, how do you "do" a virtual career fair? You download the Career Fair Plus App!

We've put together an entire Virtual Career Fair Prep Portal just for students and alumni that includes info on setting up your profile, discovering employers coming to the virtual fair, and scheduling one-on-one video appointments. Basically, everything you need to know to "do" a virtual career fair. 

We've also included some pretty great career fair resources that will help you build the best resume, nail your elevator pitch, and knock your interviews out of the park!

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9:00am to 3:45pm
Financial Aid Walk-In Hours

Financial Aid Walk-In Hours

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Wednesday, August 5, 2020 - 11:00am to Thursday, August 6, 2020 - 12:45pm
Zoom - Registration Required
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Chat with OSU-Tulsa Scholarships & Financial Aid staff during Virtual Walk-In Hours and have your financial aid questions answered. Current and prospective students welcome!

Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Can't make virtual walk-in hours? Call 918-594-8273 or email to request an appointment.

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Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Feb 03 2021 except Wed Nov 25 2020, Wed Dec 30 2020.
11:00am to 12:45pm
MSE Seminar: Industrial Photonic Sensing & Nano-Enabled Power

MSE Seminar: Industrial Photonic Sensing & Nano-Enabled Power

Event Date: 
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 11:00am to Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 11:45am
Online via Zoom
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The Materials Science and Engineering Department at OSU-Tulsa invites you to join us virtually for the Fall 2020 MSE Video Seminar Series:

Industrial Photonic Sensing & Nano-Enabled Power by Loucas Tsakalakos, Ph.D

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Meeting ID: 978 9827 9970
Passcode: MSEFall20


This presentation will describe GE’s view on the state of the art in the field of sensing systems, particularly as relates to photonicbased sensing, and the future directions of the field. It will also tie this work to the broader view of industrial sensing in the context of industrial IoT. An overview of GE’s history in photonics technologies will first be given, along with current research activities in the space. A discussion on the philosophy of Sensing Systems and their impact on key performance parameters at the system level will be elucidated. Examples of developments at the component level will then be provide, 
followed by application examples. Specific applications that will be discussed include the development of drone-based sensing systems, and the development of distributed optical sensing systems that leverage Si photonics technologies for improved SWaP and cost along with the ability to integrate multiple parameters in a compact system.
The presentation will also provide an overview in advanced nanotechnology concepts for photovoltaics, which are of relevance not only to sensing systems, but also to broader power generation applications.


Loucas Tsakalakos is the Director of the Quantum Technology Mission at the General Electric – Global Research Center in Niskayuna, New York, USA,
and is also the Business Program Manager in the Energy Sector for O&G and in the Transportation/Locomotive sector. He received his BS degree (1995) in Ceramic Engineering from Rutgers University, and his MS (1998) and PhD (2000) degrees in Materials Science & Engineering (with minors in Solid State Physics and Microelectromechanical Systems) from the University of California, Berkeley. He joined GE in 2000, where he has led programs in advanced sensor systems, nanotechnology, next generation solar technologies, and worked within GE Energy to develop solar energy products, leading a product engineering team. Prior to his current role Tsakalakos was the Manager of the Photonics Lab (2012–2017), where he led a team of 20 Ph.D. and M.S. level scientists and engineers developing advanced photonics technologies for data communications, sensing, and novel photonics applications. In his current role as Business Program Manager he oversees the R&D portfolio at GE Research for the Energy-O&G and Transportation sectors, working with strategic partners in these spaces. He also oversees technology strategy and development in advanced Quanutm technologies, Sensors, and Photonics & Optics for GE applications, and also co-leads an internal Sensor Synergy Council. From 2017-2018 he was the CTO of an internal Sensor Solutions startup business, which commercialized chemical sensing technologies. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi (The National Engineering Honor Society) and holds 18 U.S. patents.


11:00am to 11:45am
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