Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Pixar on campus tomorrow!

> Pixar Animation Studios - Infosession and Q&A
> Join us for a pizza lunch! Pixar representatives will be on campus
> to give
> a presentation about making computer animated movies, followed by
> Q&A about
> working at Pixar. Students in Computer Science, EE, Math, and
> Physics are
> particularly welcome to attend.
> Thursday, October 27th
> 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
> Tresidder Student Union – Oak East Room
> Please apply online through the resume drop for the positions
> listed below.
> Pixar representatives will be back on campus on Friday, November
> 18th for
> interviews.
> Please visit the CDC’s Cardinal Careers site or stop by the CDC for
> more
> information.
> Studio Tools
> The Studio Tools Department is responsible for developing Pixar’s
> in-house
> proprietary animation software. The Engineering Team is looking for
> software engineers to help create and maintain new software for the
> studio.
> The position requires a deep understanding of software application
> engineering, an ability to collaborate in a large cross-functional
> team of
> world-class developers, and skill in designing and implementing
> robust,
> easy to maintain code.
> Feature Film, Short Films
> Modeling; Shading; Visual Effects; Lighting; Rigging; Global
> Technology;
> Rendering
> Constructs the geometry, articulation or surface characteristics of
> computer
> generated characters, objects, effects and/or scenes. Writes
> production-specific programs to support development and deployment of
> digital models, shaders, effects, and imagery. Maintains and
> supports the
> material created.
> Feature Films, Short Films
> Terms: Winter, Summer, Fall
> A Technical Director internship consists of real-world work
> assisting in the
> production of a feature film. Our interns work alongside our Technical
> Directors and contribute as full members of the technical team. We are
> looking for students who possess many of the skills of our technical
> directors and are interested in expanding their knowledge of the
> field.

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