Posts Tagged ‘Madison’

Semantic Web Jobs: University of Wisconsin, Madison

The University of Wisconsin, Madison is looking for a Library Application Developer in Madison, WI. The post states, “The consultant will be responsible for new or revised software development within the UW Madison General Library System including developing and deploying new and existing web applications and backend services, and assisting in the design of infrastructure for the Libraries’ online services. S/He will participate in requirements gathering and application design teams and will contribute to architectural design discussions. S/He will serve on a team that is responsible for supporting and troubleshooting applications running in production. In addition to working with library staff, SDG developers are expected to work closely with faculty, researchers, students, and the general public as an active participant on a variety of task forces and project teams. There will also be frequent interaction with the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) staff as well as Campus/College/Department technical staff, faculty, and vendors. The consultant will have opportunities to participate actively in library and campus-wide committees.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Networked Insights

Networked Insights is looking for  Senior Machine Learning Scientists in Chicago, IL, or Madison, WI. The post states, “Due to our rapid growth we are looking for several experienced scientists to join two different teams; 1) Analytics, and 2) Research & Development (R&D). These teams are focused on mining contextual data (NLP) and developing code to ensure our products meet the highest possible standards for performance, reliability, and usability. This is a great opportunity to work with a highly motivated team on the release of groundbreaking data driven products.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford & Pfizer

Stanford University is looking for a Web UI and Backend Server Developer in Palo Alto, CA: “Stanford University is the home for a national center to apply advances in computing to improve the effectiveness of biomedical research and health care. The user-facing part of our center is primarily an open-source web portal for collecting, categorizing, and applying medical and biological terminologies in innovative ways ( In addition, we provide programmatic access to this information to allow others to build upon our technology. One of the applications of this system provides search of biomedical literature and clinical records that is much more effective than has previously been possible.” Read more