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Semantic Technology: Knowledge Engineering Associates

From: Christopher Baker <bakerc@unb.ca>
Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 14:50:47 -0300
Message-ID: <1243360247.4a1c2bf747f42@webmail.unb.ca>
To: bakerc@unb.ca
JOBS - EMPLOYMENT - GRADUATE STUDIES

Semantic Technology: Knowledge Engineering Associates
http://www.bioinformatics.ca/?q=resources/jobs/semantic-technology-knowledge-engineering-associates

Applications are invited for Research Associate, Graduate Student and PDF positions in
the Knowledge Navigation Infrastructure Team (KNIT) lead by the Innovatia Research
Chair at the University of New Brunswick, Saint John
http://www.innovatia.net/corp/about_us/newsItem.jsp?itemid=380

Researchers will collaboratively develop reusable infrastructures to support custom
vertical search across multiple application domains in biomedical, health care, energy
and telecom. Researchers will develop solutions for enterprise search using semantic
web technologies, service oriented architecture, ontologies and text mining.
 
Successful candidates will have demonstrated software development expertise and
familiarity with knowledge engineering lifecycles. Candidates with demonstrated
experience with two or more of the following technologies are encouraged to apply: 

1) Web based Content Acquisition Strategies
2) Knowledge Representation with OWL / RDF
3) Text Mining / Natural Language Processing
4) Ontology based reasoning - instance store
5) Terminology Management and Curation
6) Literature and (Meta) Data Integration
7) Provenance Tracking / Tracability
8) Algorithm Design / Graph Matching
9) Human Computer Interaction
10) Semantically Enabled Software Architecture
11) Semantic Desktops and Publishing
12) Ontology Alignment 

Post Doc applicants must be eligible for an NSERC Industrial R&D Fellowship although
additional industrial and top up funding is available for selected applicants at
graduate and post doctoral levels.  International Post Docs may apply. 
  

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Job Information 
Position Type: Faculty 
Reference (Job ID number): BAK2009-0991992 
Start Date: 2009-01-01 
Duration: Full Time 
Status: open 

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Contact Information 
University of New Brunswick
Computer Science and Applied Statistics
Christopher Baker
bakerc@unbsj.ca
Tel. Number: 506 648 2303
FAX Number: 506 648-5799 
http://www.unbsj.ca/sase/departments.html
How To Apply: Enquiries and applications and can be made by sending a full CV and cover
letter to: bakerc@unbsj.ca
 
 

Christopher J. O. Baker  Ph. D. 
Innovatia Research Chair / Associate Professor
Dept. Computer Science & Applied Statistics
University of New Brunswick, Canada
Received on Wednesday, 27 May 2009 07:24:35 GMT

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