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Re: Please come and work with me

From: Pablo N. Mendes <pablomendes@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2014 16:07:10 -0700
Message-ID: <CA+3KvkPAwfFt8Ewnp8BS_pdfmsr9aahPHjr8Sz26LjsX2s9Nfg@mail.gmail.com>
To: Jeremy J Carroll <jjc@syapse.com>
Cc: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
Also, my apologies to everybody else that got spammed.

Now that the damage is done, I might as well... Open to offers to:
1) move to a research scientist position in my current company
2) help your startup make it big
3) tenure track position in an awesome research group

As long as your institution offers training on the difference between reply
and reply all. I don't seem to quite get it. :)
 On Oct 11, 2014 2:38 PM, "Pablo N. Mendes" <pablomendes@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Jeremy,
> Have you already found your ideal candidate? Syapse sounds very
> interesting to me. I have 4+ years of Bioinformatics experience and,
> nowadays, my main research interests are on semantic relatedness and
> similarity, which I consider to be a great fit for your semantic server
> engineer opening. However, I have to disclose my bias towards semantic
> models learned/augmented from textual information, with statistical machine
> learning being a component of almost everything I do. Think approximate
> SPARQL queries, probabilistic relations and such.
> I am currently on a J1, so I'd probably need visa sponsorship.
> Regardless of the job opening, I live in San Jose, so not far from Palo
> Alto. I'd love to grab a coffee one of these days to hear more about your
> ongoing work.
> A bit more about me:
> http://www.linkedin.com/in/pablomendes/
> http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=yMhC7tAAAAAJ&hl=en
> Cheers,
> Pablo
> On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 3:53 PM, Jeremy J Carroll <jjc@syapse.com> wrote:
>> At Syapse, in Palo Alto in Silicon Valley, we are building an informatics
>> platform for the next generation of genomics-based, personalized medicine.
>> The heart of the knowledge storage is an RDF triple store, accessed via a
>> SPARQL 1.1 endpoint.
>> One thing I personally value about this work is seeing technology that I
>> have worked on for over a decade in a more theoretical way, actually being
>> used at scale in a useful and valuable application. For example, the
>> approach to access control that we suggested 10 years ago in [1] is being
>> used in the Syapse software.
>> We have a strong list of customers, for example, hospitals managing
>> genetic test reports through our system.
>> We have recently raised our B round financing and we are growing! We are
>> looking for one or more engineers to join our server engineering team and
>> work with the Semantic Web technology stack, particularly SPARQL 1.1. This
>> is an enterprise product development position, so experience building and
>> delivering large-scale applications will be key.
>> We have a preference for candidates with the right to work in the US, but
>> will consider strong candidates who need visa support.
>> Please note that this is an on-site position in Palo Alto.
>> The detailed job advert is here:
>> http://www.syapse.com/about/careers/#semantic-server-engineer
>> Feel free to contact me directly for more information.
>> Jeremy J Carroll
>> Principal Architect
>> Syapse, Inc.
>> [1] Carroll, Bizer, Hayes and Stickler, Named Graphs Provenance and Trust
>> http://wifo5-03.informatik.uni-mannheim.de/bizer/SWTSGuide/carroll-ISWC2004.pdf
> --
> Pablo N. Mendes
> http://pablomendes.com
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