Posts Tagged ‘Research Scientist’

Semantic Technology Jobs: Yahoo!

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Yahoo! is searching for a Research Scientist in Sunnyvale, CA. According to the post, “We are looking for a few research scientists with strong background in machine learning or data mining or natural language processing to this team. Your essential responsibility is to focus on search relevance, query understanding, query triggering, email spam, login fraud, etc. Your long term responsibility includes deep understanding and analyzing the search relevance issues, mining the large corpora of click log and query logs, designing and developing better ways to understand query intent and improve search relevance, detecting spam emails in real time, which may include machine learning in ranking, natural language processing, entity extraction, and text classification, etc.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: Amazon

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Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist, Social Shopping Technology and Machine Learning in Seattle, WA. The post states, “Amazon needs a seasoned research scientist to join customer reviews development team in Seattle, WA. We own Amazon’s famous Customer Reviews – one of the world’s largest community driven products. User contributed reviews are a tremendously visible aspect of Amazon’s brand and a key competitive advantage. Millions of shoppers use customer reviews every day to make buying decisions through our global websites and mobile apps. This translates to a direct impact to Amazon’s core business and customer experience… You’re a scientist looking for a career where you’ll be able to lead, to deliver, and to influence. Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens

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Siemens is searching for a Research Scientist – Web of Things in Berkeley, CA. According to the post, “The Web of Things research group has been newly established in Berkeley, California as part of Corporate Technology, a division of Siemens Corporation… The Web of Things research group… has an immediate opening for a full-time Research Scientist position to work on R&D projects in applying semantic technologies to embedded systems for enabling Internet of Things applications in industrial and health contexts. The candidate will have extensive knowledge and experience in semantic technologies (ontologies, rules), semantic web services, knowledge representation and reasoning formalisms (RDF/OWL).” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: W3C

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The World Wide Web Consortium is looking for a Research Scientist in Cambridge, MA. According to the post, “Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)-World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (part-time, 50%), to bring social and identity technologies on the Web to their full potential.  Will conduct cutting-edge research on social and identity technologies and apply that research to the construction of new standards; provide leadership and management to implement these technologies into Web standards; collaborate across disciplines with other researchers at MIT, outside universities, and across industries to build the expert groups required to build and implement technological standards; and perform other duties as needed.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Amazon

Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist – Search in Seattle, WA. The description of the ideal candidate states, “You’re a scientist looking for a career where you’ll be able to lead, to deliver, and to influence. You look at problems holistically, and thrive on the intricate complexity of designing multi-factor experiments and analyzing large quantities of data. You want to work on projects where you are implementing creative solutions to real problems and develop deep understanding of the problem space. You challenge yourself and others to constantly come up with better solutions. You’re a thought leader, and you back up your ideas with data. You want to create value and impact the direction of entire industries.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Lilly Research Labs

Lilly Research Labs is looking for a Research Scientist – Information Technology in Indianapolis, IN. The post states, “LRL IT provides the Lilly Research Labs (LRL) community with advanced software and data solutions, informatics capabilities and analytic support. The informatics group partners with scientists throughout the company to leverage advanced informatics, provide insights and contribute to the advancement of Lilly’s future medicines. The successful candidate for this role will: Develop and apply systems biology approaches to support target identification, patient tailoring, mechanistic characterization or compound repositioning efforts. Integrate data from public and internal resources for analysis of results from ‘omics experiments. Represent LRL IT informatics on cross-functional teams, and effectively collaborate with other groups in biology, chemistry, statistics and patient tailoring. Identify and implement new technologies / capabilities.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Eli Lilly

Eli Lilly is looking for a Research Scientist in Indianapolis, IN. The post states, “The successful candidate for this role will: Develop and apply systems biology approaches to support target identification, patient tailoring, mechanistic characterization or compound repositioning efforts. Integrate data from public and internal resourcesfor analysis of results from ‘omics experiments. Represent LRL IT informatics on cross-functional teams, and effectively collaborate with other groups in biology, chemistry, statistics and patient tailoring. Identify and implement new technologies / capabilities.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: IBM’s Smarter Cities Technology Centre

IBM’s new Smarter Cities Technology Centre (SCTC) at the Dublin Research Laboratory in Ireland has several job openings in the semantic web space. One opening is for a Researcher: “We are researching novel ways to enable citizens, services, and service providers to interact coherently in a smarter city. We are creating and leveraging Social Media and Web 2.0 software tools that help to capture, organize and benefit from the wealth of city data being generated by urban and environmental sensors, including citizen-contributed data.” Read more