Posts Tagged ‘Palo Alto’

Semantic Web Jobs: Syapse

syapseSyapse is looking for a Senior Semantic Server Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, “We are looking for an experienced back end developer to join us in building out our server-side semantic data stack. At Syapse, semantic technologies (RDF, SPARQL, OWL) are our foundation for organizing and integrating biomedical, genomics, and clinical data. Building this foundation out involves a mix of applying innovative technologies, and building an industrial strength, scalable back end. You will be joining a team that includes some semantic technology veterans, but has plenty of room for fresh thinking and design. You will be working with a mix of open-source and proprietary software to construct the back end for our data platform and application suite.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Syapse

syapseSyapse is looking for a Semantic Server Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. The post states, “We are looking for an experienced back end developer to join us in building out our server-side semantic data stack. At Syapse, semantic technologies (RDF, SPARQL, OWL) are our foundation for organizing and integrating biomedical, genomics, and clinical data. Building this foundation out involves a mix of applying innovative technologies, and building an industrial strength, scalable back end. You will be joining a team that includes some semantic technology veterans, but has plenty of room for fresh thinking and design. Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: A9

a9A9.com, an Amazon company, is looking for a Relevance Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. The post states, “Whenever a customer visits an Amazon site worldwide and types in a query or browses through product categories, A9 Product Search services go to work. We design, develop, and deploy high performance, fault-tolerant distributed search systems used by millions of Amazon customers every day… We’re building out a new team that will drive Relevance projects for AIV (Amazon Instant Video). AIV is used by a massive audience on Amazon’s websites and through a variety of devices. This position will work across the search stack for the video domain to improve search quality and effectiveness. The improvements you make in this position will help millions of customers discover the best content in our catalog of hundreds of thousands of video titles worldwide.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford

Stanford-University-logoThe Stanford Computer Science Department is looking for a Research Programmer in Natural Language Processing in Palo Alto, CA. The post states, “The Computer Science Department’s Natural Language Processing Group seeks a Research Programmer. The Research Programmer will design, program, extend, maintain, and evaluate new and existing algorithms and applications to support the objectives of multiple NLP research projects. In particular: the person will extend and build natural language processing software including probabilistic parsers, relation extraction systems, machine translation systems, semantic role labelers, co reference resolution systems, and other computational semantics systems in support of projects funded by the DARPA DEFT program, the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, NSF grants, and perhaps other programs, depending on need.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford

Stanford-University-logoThe Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, this position “involves end-to-end development of a large Web application architecting solutions for both back-end and front-end requirements. One specific important component will be the interface to the existing web application for storage and retrieval of metadata models. Propose, design, document and implement the back-end features and functionality of the Web software, including its interface to existing systems. Take user requirements, research potential solutions, and make decisions about implementations. Troubleshoot and resolve complex backend problems and optimize system performance.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Syapse

Syapse and BigData logosSyapse is looking for a Semantic Server Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, “We are looking for an experienced back end developer to join us in building out our server-side semantic data stack. At Syapse, semantic technologies (RDF, SPARQL, OWL) are our foundation for organizing and integrating biomedical, genomics, and clinical data. Building this foundation out involves a mix of applying innovative technologies, and building an industrial strength, scalable back end. You will be joining a team that includes some semantic technology veterans, but has plenty of room for fresh thinking and design. You will be working with a mix of open-source and proprietary software to construct the back end for our data platform and application suite.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford

Stanford-University-logoThe Stanford University School of Medicine is looking for a Software Developer, Research in Palo Alto, CA. The post states, “The Department of Pediatrics, division of Systems Medicine is seeking a Bioinformatics Specialist. He/She will conduct research and development in biomedical informatics and biostatistics, by architecting, developing, maintaining, and documenting a bioinformatics software infrastructure that integrates disparate forms of clinical and genomic data and offers other evolving capabilities to support research activities. Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford

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The Stanford School of Medicine is looking for a Software Developer, Research, in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, “You will play a critical role in building a customization of WebProtégé – the Web client for Protégé – that will be used by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Medical Association (AMA) to develop the new International Classification of Interventions (ICI) in a collaborative setting. ICI and derived versions for use in the United States are published by WHO and AMA and will be used worldwide for uniform coding of health interventions, reimbursement systems and automated decision support in medicine.” Read more

Semantic Technology Job: Groupon

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Groupon is looking for a Data Science Engineer in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, “Are you excited about analyzing large amounts of data, finding patterns and training models from it? Are you interested in data about small business around the world – going way beyond just name, address, and phone number?  Most importantly, do you want to be part of a fun, fast paced and talented engineering team with ambitious goals? Groupon is looking for engineers to join its local data science team. As part of this team, you will build cutting edge systems to analyze, clean, and derive insights from Groupon’s data about small businesses globally.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford University

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Stanford is looking for a Linked Data Technologist in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, “The Stanford University Libraries (SUL) has an opening for a Linked Data Technologist within the Metadata Department in Technical Services.  Linked Data will be key to Stanford’s evolving intellectual ecosystem.  Location within the Metadata Department, the Linked Data Technologist will be responsible for the transformation of metadata from multiple metadata schemas into approved RDF models for ingestion into appropriate data stores.  Flexibility and the ability to follow and anticipate developing technologies will be essential. Although located within the Metadata Department, the Linked Data Technologist will be part of a heterogeneous team composed of members from the Metadata Department, Enterprise Systems, and Digital Library Systems and Services.” Read more

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