[Asis-l] PhD Position Trend Mining Univ. Hildesheim, Germany

Christa Womser-Hacker womser at uni-hildesheim.de
Fri Feb 22 10:30:07 EST 2013

The Stiftung Universität Hildesheim, Dept. of Information Science and
Natural Language Processing offers a position as

Research Assistant
(TV-L E 13, 100%)
for three years

to work on a research project in Trend Mining in patents and scientific
literature, a funded collaboration between the University of Hildesheim
and the FIZ Karlsruhe - Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure.
We expect individuals who concurrently enroll in a PhD program in
Information Science.

Job Requirements:

  A degree in Information Science or a related field (Master, Magister, or
Ability to work independently and to work in a small team
willingness to engage in interdisciplinary research work
  Excellent knowledge of German and English
  Programming skills (e.g. JAVA, C++, XML, GUI development)
  Knowledge in some of the following areas:
  Information Retrieval
  Text Mining
  Patents and Patent information systems
  Analysis of information needs and behaviour
  Multilingual Information Systems
  Usability Methods and Visualisation
  Quality Management and Evaluation

The University of Hildesheim is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity employer. Members of the underrepresented gender are
encouraged to apply.

For further enquiries please contact:
Prof. Dr. C. Womser-Hacker, E-Mail:womser at uni-hildesheim.de.

The application should include the typical material (Cover Letter, CV,
transcripts, publications) Closing Date: 21. March  2013 Reference:
Kennziffer 2013/15 Please send your application by mail to An den
Präsidenten der Universität Hildesheim, Dezernat für Personal- und
Rechtsange- legenheiten, Marienburger Platz 22, 31141 Hildesheim, Germany

Prof. Dr. Christa Womser-Hacker
Universität Hildesheim
Institut für Informationwissenschaft und Sprachtechnologie
Marienburger Platz 22
D-31141 Hildesheim

Tel. 05121 883 833
Fax. 05121 883 802

womser at uni-hildesheim.de

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