Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles’

Semantic Web Jobs: Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles

chlaThe Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles is looking for a Data Systems Engineer Lead in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “The Lead Data Systems Engineer’s (LDSE) develops software systems for integrating, processing, and managing clinical data for research purposes. Communicates with project managers, data analysts, clinical researchers, physicians, software engineers, software architects, computer scientists. Possesses the abilities and qualities of a Data Architect for data system design, Software Architect for software system design, and Software Engineer for daily programming. Designs and builds systems for data storage or processing. Develops strategies for data management. Integrates various data sources to meet organizational requirements.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: OrangeDog

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OrangeDog is looking for a User Interface Developer in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “This isn’t a user experience position, it’s an engineering/coding position.  The UI developer will have several roles. The first is the standard one of writing UIs for the various applications we have. Pretty straightforward stuff. The second role is to build so called “semantic” user interfaces. These are interfaces that are generated from ontologies. This role is very open ended. There is basically an endless scope here for a creative user interface developer, as there are a lot of interesting things you can do when generating UIs from ontologies. Third, is to develop various data visualizations some of which are associated with ontologies, some of which are more business oriented. Finally, there is some company and website branding work.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: OrangeDog

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OrangeDog, a startup currently in stealth mode, is looking for a Semantic Web Expert in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “We are looking for an expert in semantic technologies — OWL, RDF, SPARQL, SWRL etc. Your role will be threefold. First, to act as a technical consultant for the other engineers in the team ensuring that all our products and code meet the technical requirements of such semantic technologies. Second, to develop innovate applications of reasoning, rules, etc for new products. And finally, to potentially develop a new OWL reasoner (we have some applications in mind where current OWL reasoners are not ideal).” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: OrangeDog

Startup OrangeDog is looking for a Semantic Web Expert in Los Angeles, CA. The post states, “We are looking for an expert in semantic technologies — OWL, RDF, SPARQL, SWRL etc. Your role will be threefold. First, to act as a technical consultant for the other engineers in the team ensuring that all our products and code meet the technical requirements of such semantic technologies. Second, to develop innovate applications of reasoning, rules, etc for new products. And finally, to potentially develop a new OWL reasoner (we have some applications in mind where current OWL reasoners are not ideal).” Read more

Hard Core Tech in Los Angeles

 

gravity logoMichael Carney of Pando Daily reports, “The last few years have been good to the Los Angeles tech scene, with more money, more talent, and more recognition coming to the community… After explaining why the critical infrastructure elements and culture of entrepreneurship have reached a critical mass that has never been the case before, the response tends to be one of qualification: “But LA doesn’t build real technology.” I believe this comes partially from the basic human need to categorize and explain things. In LA, that can be difficult, because the market is as diverse as any in the world… It’s a myth that LA doesn’t build hardcore technology, but to set the record straight, below are seven venture-backed LA companies of various sizes and stages with talented engineering teams building ‘deep tech’.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Zynx Health

Zynx Health is looking for a Staff Data Scientist in West Los Angeles, CA. The post states, “Do you want to get your hands on mountains of healthcare data and create new decision support products that save lives? Do you know enough about information retrieval, natural language processing and machine learning to turn data into gold? Are you ready to ship production code that gets used by thousands of physicians? Do you say: ‘the more data the better!’ If your answer is yes, then this job is for you. As a Staff Data Scientist, we will get you in touch with our data platform. You will work closely with our engineering teams to build and ship statistical models. You will design and analyze experiments to drive our data collection efforts. You will work closely with product management to analyze usage data to drive the creation of new products.” Read more

Announcing the Semantic Computing Consortium in Southern California

Industry / University Collaborative Research on Semantic ComputingA collaborative initiative by the three University of California campuses in Southern California (Los Angeles, San Diego, and Irvine) has been announced. UCLA, UCSD, and UCI are coming together for the first time to form a semantic Computing Consortium. The intent of the consortium will be to ally Semantics from both the Industry/Commercial and Academic Perspectives, not only to promote the technology, but also to create an infrastructure usable to all participants, in addition to stimulating the interest of this still nascent, but extremely powerful technology.

The existence of the Semantic Computing Center will undoubtedly have a powerful and positive impact on the Southern California community in general, as well as facilitate significant advancement and progress in the Arena of Semantic Computing, from both an academic and commercial prospective. Having such a powerful consortium here in Southern California is an extremely exciting prospect and will facilitate in defining/creating Southern California as a high tech strip with respect to Semantic Computing.

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Semantic Web Jobs: Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is looking for a Lead Data Systems Engineer in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “The Lead Data Systems Engineer’s (LDSE) develops software systems for integrating, processing, and managing clinical data for research purposes. Communicates with project managers, data analysts, clinical researchers, physicians, software engineers, software architects, computer scientists. Possesses the abilities and qualities of a Data Architect for data system design, Software Architect for software system design, and Software Engineer for daily programming. Designs and builds systems for data storage or processing. Develops strategies for data management. Integrates various data sources to meet organizational requirements.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: OrangeDog

Semantic startup OrangeDog is looking for an OWL/SPARQL /RDF Semantic Expert in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “We are looking for an expert in semantic technologies — OWL, RDF, SPARQL, SWRL etc. Your role will be threefold. First, to act as a technical consultant for the other engineers in the team ensuring that all our products and code meet the technical requirements of such semantic technologies. Second, to develop innovate applications of reasoning, rules, etc. for new products. And finally, to potentially develop a new OWL reasoner (we have some applications in mind where current OWL reasoners are not ideal).” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Zynx Health

Zynx is looking for a Data Architect in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “The Data Architect at Zynx will apply semantic technology and algorithms and work with  modeling tools and  Component Content Management Systems (CCMS) in order to develop innovative solutions which improve cost and quality outcomes around the delivery of Clinical Decision Support content and services.” Responsibilities include: “Own the overall data models that drive the company’s products. Define the scope of enterprise and domain ontologies based on business requirements. Design and develop best practices and guidelines to develop, validate, use, maintain, and extend the ontologies. Provide expertise in designing and developing ontology-driven applications. Elucidate the value of semantic technologies and applications to alternative approaches to non-technical management.” Read more

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