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PhD student position at GESIS, Cologne, Germany

From: Stefan Dietze <stefan.dietze@gmx.de>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 20:44:04 +0200
To: "semantic-web@w3.org" <semantic-web@w3.org>
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Opening for:

- *Research Associate/PhD student* (f/m)
- based at GESIS (http://gesis.org) in Cologne Germany
- Salary group 13 TV-L, working time 75%,
- for a period of 4 years initially
- details at 


- Research at the intersection of Information Retrieval, Semantic Web 
and Knowledge Graphs, Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning
- Handling of large, heterogeneous data, in particular Web data, e.g. 
through crawling, temporal analysis, information extraction, data 
integration, search and retrieval
- Application of innovative methods, technologies and research results, 
e.g. for the further development of a Linked Data backend infrastructure 
for the semantic linking of GESIS data collections and Web data
- Writing of a doctoral thesis jointly under the supervision of Dr. 
Benjamin Zapilko and Prof. Dr. Stefan Dietze

Your profile

- University degree (Diploma, Master or similar) in computer science or 
related discipline
- Profound knowledge in software development with Java, Web and XML 
technologies, database and search technologies
- Knowledge in at least one of the following fields like Information 
Retrieval, Semantic Web, Machine Learning or NLP
- Experience with scalable, distributed software processing like Apache 
Hadoop is desirable but not required
- Very good knowledge of English (spoken and written)

For further information concerning the tasks, please contact Dr. 
Benjamin Zapilko (Benjamin.Zapilko@gesis.org) or Prof. Dr. Stefan Dietze 

Prof. Dr. Stefan Dietze
GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences | http://www.gesis.org
Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf | https://www.cs.hhu.de/
L3S Research Center | http://www.l3s.de

Phone: +49 (0)221-47694-421
Web: http://stefandietze.net
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