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Research Assistant - DBONTO: Bridging Databases and Ontologies

Applications for this vacancy closed on 11 November 2015 at 12:00PM
We are seeking a full-time Research Assistant for the DBONTO: Bridging
Databases and Ontologies project, sponsored by EPSRC, working with Professor
Ian Horrocks. The aim of the project is to develop next generation semantics-
aware data management systems that are based on a synthesis of ontological
reasoning and database management principles, incorporating techniques from
many other areas of computer science, particularly those that give a
complementary view of “Big Data” management, such as algorithms and machine
learning, stream processing, and information retrieval.



You will be co-ordinating multiple aspects of your research in order to meet
deadlines, collaborating in the preparation of research papers for
publication, and representing the research and research papers at conferences.



The primary selection criteria include: a PhD (or very close to completion) in
a relevant area of computer science/related field, a documented track record
of research demonstrated by published, peer-reviewed work, knowledge of, and
expertise in the theory and practice of databases, and expertise in semantic
technologies, including RDF and OWL.



The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 11 November 2015.

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We are seeking a full-time Research Assistant for the DBONTO: Bridging
Databases and Ontologies project, sponsored by EPSRC, working with Professor
Ian Horrocks. The aim of the project is to develop next generation semantics-
aware data management systems that are based on a synthesis of ontological
reasoning and database management principles, incorporating techniques from
many other areas of computer science, particularly those that give a
complementary view of “Big Data” management, such as algorithms and machine
learning, stream processing, and information retrieval.



You will be co-ordinating multiple aspects of your research in order to meet
deadlines, collaborating in the preparation ...

We are seeking a full-time Research Assistant for the DBONTO: Bridging Databases and Ontologies project, sponsored by EPSRC, working with Professor Ian Horrocks. The aim of the project is to develop next generation semantics-aware data management systems that are based on a synthesis of ontological reasoning and database management principles, incorporating techniques from many other areas of computer science, particularly those that give a complementary view of “Big Data” management, such as algorithms and machine learning, stream processing, and information retrieval.


You will be co-ordinating multiple aspects of your research in order to meet deadlines, collaborating in the preparation of ...

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