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Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens

Siemens

Siemens Medical Solutions is looking for a Senior Manager of Engineering in Malvern, PA. According to the post, “The HS Innovation Center (HS IC) analyzes clinical, technological, regulatory and economic trends to develop the innovation strategy for the Health Services organization in Siemens Healthcare… The position is part of a small team aimed at spearheading early clinical informatics development efforts by establishing early business requirements, service and knowledge oriented architectures and rapid development of prototypes with minimal supervision. The senior manager will coordinate the analysis, design, implementation, and testing of advanced clinical informatics software and knowledge systems. (S)he will also coordinate projects with external collaborators at universities, beta sites and clinical labs. In addition, (s)he will also support the development of business plans for new products. (S)he will report to Principal Health Informatician who is oversees the work of the Innovation Center.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens

Siemens

Siemens is looking for a Senior Staff Software Engineer in Malvern, PA. According to the post, “The Senior Staff Software Engineer will perform analysis, design, implementation, and testing of advanced clinical informatics software and knowledge systems. The position includes being part of a small team aimed at spearheading early clinical informatics development efforts by establishing early business requirements, service and knowledge oriented architectures and rapid development of prototypes with minimal supervision. (S)he will report to the Senior Manager, R&D who is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the innovations center. ” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens

Siemens

Siemens Healthcare Sector is looking for a Staff Software Engineer in Malvern, PA. The post states, “The Staff Software Engineer will perform analysis, design, implementation, and testing of advanced clinical informatics software and knowledge systems. The position includes being part of a small team aimed at spearheading early clinical informatics development efforts by establishing early business requirements, service and knowledge oriented architectures and rapid development of prototypes with minimal supervision. (S)he will report to the Senior Manager, R&D who is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the innovations center.” Read more

Big Data Means More Than Volume

[NOTE: This guest post is by Peter Haase, Lead Architect for Research and Development, fluid Operations.]

Photo of Peter HaaseIndustry engineers waste a significant amount of time searching for data that they require for their core tasks. When informed about potential problems, diagnosis engineers at Siemens Energy Services, an integrated business unit which runs service centers for power plants, need to access several terabytes of time-stamped sensor data and several gigabytes of event data, including both raw and processed data. These engineers have to respond to about 1,000 service requests per center per year, and end up spending 80% of their time on data gathering alone. What makes this problem even worse is that their data grows at a rate of 30 gigabytes per day. Similarly, at Statoil Exploration, geology and geographic experts spend between 30 and 70% of their time looking for and assessing the quality of some 1,000 terabytes of relational data using diverse schemata and spread over 2,000 tables and multiple individual databases [1]. In such scenarios, it may take several days to formulate the queries that satisfy the information needs of the experts, typically involving the assistance of experienced IT experts who have been working with the database schemata for years.

Siemens and Statoil Exploration are hardly the only companies faced with time-wasting Big Data issues, but the root of these issues is not simply the “big” aspect of their data. The real challenge is finding a way to efficiently and effectively mine data for value and insight, regardless of its volume.

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Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens

Siemens Medical Solutions is looking for a Software Engineer in Malvern, PA. The post states, “We are seeking a Software Engineer, Staff within our CMIO organization… A senior level engineer to perform analysis, design, development, and testing of advanced clinical informatics, knowledge systems, and business analytics software. The Software Engineer will work as part of a small and agile team aimed at spearheading early clinical informatics development efforts by establishing early business requirements, service and knowledge oriented architectures with execution of rapid prototypes with minimal supervision.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens Medical Solutions

Siemens is looking for a Software Engineer in Malvern, PA. The post states, “We are seeking a Software Engineer, Staff within our CMIO organization. A senior-level engineer to perform analysis, design, development, and testing of advanced clinical informatics, knowledge systems, and business analytics software. The Software Engineer will work as part of a small and agile team aimed at spearheading early clinical informatics development efforts by establishing early business requirements, service and knowledge oriented architectures with execution of rapid prototypes with minimal supervision.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Siemens Medical Solutions

Siemens is looking for a Software Engineer in Malvern, PA. According to the post, the company is looking for “A Senior Staff Engineer to perform analysis, design, implementation, and testing of advanced clinical informatics software and knowledge systems. The position includes being part of a small team aimed at spearheading early clinical informatics development efforts by establishing early business requirements, service and knowledge oriented architectures with execution of rapid prototypes with minimal supervision.” Read more