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Data geek wanted - Scientific developper position in Montpellier, France

From: François Scharffe <francois.scharffe@inria.fr>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 16:21:59 +0200
Message-ID: <4C8F8507.4050808@inria.fr>
To: public-lod-request@w3.org, semantic-web@w3.org
  [Apologies for cross postings]

Job offer: Scientific developper position in Montpellier, France

Project: Datalift

Organisation: LIRMM, university of Montpellier

The computer science research institute from the university of 
Montpellier in France (LIRMM) is looking for a scientific developer. The 
position, offered in the context of the Datalift project, is opened to a 
candidate having knowledge of the french language and owning a Master 
degree in computer science. The position is for three years.

The job will consist of various data manipulation and programming tasks 
around the topic of linked-data publication, vocabulary and ontology 
design, data interlinking, and linked-data infrastructures. Newbies to 
the linked-data world are welcome as soon as they have significant 
experience in Web engineering, data cleansing, databases.

Salary ranges between 2 308 € and 2 847 € depending on experience.

Knowledge of French is required as data will mostly come from french 
institutions. The candidate should be able to communicate in a dynamic 
international environment. The work will be performed in cooperation 
with national and international companies and research institutes. The 
position might require to do a few trips.

The position is to start as soon as possible.

Keywords: linked-data / web of data, semantic web, RDF, data cleansing, 
ontology / vocabulary, SPARQL, REST, noSQL, coreference resolution.

Contact: francois.scharffe@inria.fr <mailto:francois.scharffe@inria.fr> 
and http://www.scharffe.fr

Datalift project: http://datalift.org

LIRMM lab:http://www.lirmm.fr
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