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Research Position in KR

From: Thorsten Liebig <liebig@derivo.de>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2013 18:31:58 +0100
Message-ID: <514C958E.3090606@derivo.de>
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*** Researcher and Software Engineer ***

The position (m/w) is in Ulm, as of now and is initially limited for a 
of 1 1/2 years (subsequent employment is pending project resources).
You will be part of derivo‘s team that develops next generation business 
solutions based on Semantic Technologies. The position is related to a 
BMBF research project on reasoning with graph DBs together with Ulm 
University as well as to customer projects. Work tasks include ontology 
modeling and analysis as well as the development and implementation of 
reasoning-aware software systems.

Primary responsibilities include the design of ontologies, system 
components and interfaces creation and evaluation of algorithms for 
ontological reasoning  documentation and communication of design 
concepts self-responsible implementation and testing of software modules

Basic Requirements:
- Degree (University/FH) in Informatics or related field
- Skills in logical Knowledge Representation (esp. RDFS and OWL RL)
- Excellent coding skills in Java or C#
- Ability to achieve challenging goals in a fast paced R&D environment
- Self-motivation, collaboration skills and fluency in German or English

Optional Requirements:
- Knowledge of NoSQL database systems and graph algorithms
- Experience in professional software development

Applicants should send inquiries or electronic application (cv, 
certifications, reference letter, availability, etc.) in German or 
English to info@derivo.de.

Dr. Thorsten Liebig
Phone +49 731 502 4207

derivo GmbH <http://www.derivo.de>
James-Franck-Ring, 89081 Ulm, Germany
Amtsgericht Ulm, HRB 725444
CEO: Dr. Thorsten Liebig
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