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Open Researcher Position in Mobile Sensing & Data Mining, Semantic Web and Human-Computer Interaction

From: Steffen Staab <staab@uni-koblenz.de>
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2011 14:32:31 +0200
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Open Positions for PhD students in Mobile Sensing & Data Mining, 
Semantic Web and Human-Computer Interaction as well as Managing Director 
Institut Web Science

Web Science is a novel area of research involving multiple disciplines, 
which target the improved understanding of the Web and its users and the 
development of crucial Web technology. The Institute for Web Science and 
Technologies - WeST - focuses on research in Web retrieval, social Web, 
semantic Web and interactive Web.

The institute has openings for

     several researcher positions;

     a managing director for the institute.

Tasks: Research in EU projects Live+Gov or SocialSensor involving mobile 
sensing & data mining, semantic web and HCI. The managing director is 
responsible for public relations,  project acquisition and management, 
events and own scientific work.

The candidate profile will include a master degree from a university in 
computer science or related discipline. Strong analytical skills, 
curiosity for interdisciplinary approaches, strong programming skills 
and experiences in one of the target domains.

You will work in a friendly creative environment supporting your 
research work and publications in one of the most scenic places in 
Germany. The institute is involved in several research networks that may 
help employees to further strengthen their profiles.

The complete announcements are available in German:
http://www.uni-koblenz-landau.de/koblenz/fb4/AGStaab/Jobs/jobs?set_language=de

Inquiries can be made to Prof. Dr. Steffen Staab (Tel.-Nr. +49 
261/287-2761). Candidates should apply by sending email to 
bewerbung@uni-koblenz-landau.de and to westsekr@uni-koblenz.de - 
preferably before November 2nd, 2011. Later applications will be 
considered until positions are filled.
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