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2 new posts: Research Assistant/ Research Fellow in Semantic Web/Ontology and Recommender Systems for Live Sciences: Closing Date: 12 September 2008

From: Patty Kostkova <patty@soi.city.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2008 15:16:21 +0100
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Dear friends,

 

Please could you forward the ad to your colleagues and friends who might be
interested in research posts in Semantic Web/Ontology and Recommender
Systems for Life Sciences.

 

Closing Date: 12 September 2008

 

Thanks,

Patty

 

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Research Assistant / Fellow in Semantic Web and Ontology for Live Sciences: 

Ad: http://www.city.ac.uk/jobs/job_ads/acad_research/AH10022.html

This is a research post to investigate and evaluate semantic search and
navigation of the SeaLife semantic browsers using an ontology of infectious
diseases developed in owl by CeRC and systems such as NeLI, CORESE, COHSE
and PubMed. This is a key deliverable in the EU-funded FP6 Sealife project
(www.biotec.tu-dresden.de/sealife ) bringing together results of the first 2
years of this highly-appraised project. This person will be working with the
City ehealth Research Centre (http://www.city.ac.uk/cerc) - a
multidisciplinary centre collaborating with national and international
partners on grants funded by prestigious bodies such as the European
Commission and the World Health Organisation, DH, NHS, HPA and others. 

The post holder will be responsible for the semantic search/navigation and
evaluation of the semantic browsers on the NeLI technical infrastructure,
liaise with other SeaLife partners, in particular University of Manchester,
INRIA, France, TU Dresden and Scionics as well as external NeLI stakeholders
to successfully accomplish the ontology development and enhancement,
semantic search implementation on NeLI, conduct the evaluation of Sealife
browsers and drive the research into Semantic web and ontology for virtual
medical communities. 


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Research Assistant/Fellow in Semantic Web, Personalisation and Recommender
Systems for Live Sciences


Ad: http://www.city.ac.uk/jobs/job_ads/acad_research/AH11702.html


This is a research post to investigate semantic search, user profiling,
personalisation and recommender systems on the NeLI project
(www.neli.org.uk)  and using the SeaLife semantic browsers
(www.biotec.tu-dresden.de/sealife/) such as COHSE and PubMed. The post
holder will conduct research into user online behaviour, weblogs, implicit
and explicit feedback, recommended systems and web evaluation in terms of
user preference, search ranking, relevance and impact on users' medical
knowledge and have the privilege to test the results with 30 000 real users
NeLI receives per month. This person will be working with the City ehealth
Research Centre (http://www.city.ac.uk/cerc) - a multidisciplinary centre
collaborating with national and international partners on grants funded by
prestigious bodies such as the European Commission and the World Health
Organisation, DH, NHS, HPA and others. 

The post holder will be responsible for research into user profiling,
personalisation and recommender systems to improve search ranking,
implemented these on the NeLI technical infrastructure and evaluate with
NeLI users. He/she will liaise with NeLI stakeholders, in particular, the
Health Protection Agency (HPA) and other SeaLife partners and drive the
research into user online behaviour, recommender systems and semantic
profiling for virtual medical communities. 

 


Dr Patty Kostkova

Senior Research Fellow, Head of Centre

City ehealth Research Centre (CeRC)

City Community and Health Sciences

Tait Building, C332

City University, Northampton Square

London, EC1V 0HB, UK

tel: 0044 207 040 4084

fax: 0044 207 040 8876

www.city.ac.uk/cerc

www.city.ac.uk/cerc/staff/patty.html

 

NeLI:  <http://www.neli.org.uk/> www.neli.org.uk

NRIC:  <http://www.nric.org.uk/> www.nric.org.uk

Bugs and Drugs: www.antibioticresistance.org.uk
<http://www.antibioticresistance.org.uk/> 

TII:  <http://www.trainingininfection.org.uk/>
www.trainingininfection.org.uk

SeaLife:  <http://www.biotec.tu-dresden.de/sealife/>
www.biotec.tu-dresden.de/sealife/

e-Bug:  <http://www.e-bug.eu/> www.e-bug.eu

 

 
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