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[protege-discussion] Post-Doctoral Fellowship Position in Semantic Web and Repositories

Dragan Gasevic dgasevic at sfu.ca
Mon Feb 26 14:39:56 PST 2007


Post-Doctoral Fellowship Position in Semantic Web and Repositories

School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) at Simon Fraser University
in Surrey, British Columbia has an immediate 1 year opening for a
post-doctoral fellow to work on LORNET Research. SIAT is responsible for
research in Theme 1 "Interoperability" that covers a wide range of
approaches to interoperability between systems and people in the context of
educational and knowledge sharing systems.

Prerequisites include technical programming skills, knowledge of the
semantic web and ontologies, and an understanding of open educational
resource development and repositories. In addition to carrying his or her
own research, the successful applicant is expected to work closely with the
graduate students and coordinate their projects to work towards Theme's
goals within the LORNET project. An ability to apply research in practical
contexts and to transfer research beyond the academic communities will be
considered as a strong asset.

The more details about LORNET project can be found from
http://www.lornet.org. The information about SIAT and SFU is available at
http://www.siat.sfu.ca.

All inquiries and application should be forwarded to LORNET Theme leader Dr.
Marek Hatala (details below). The review of the applications will begin
March 15, 2007 and continue until the position is filled.


Dr. Marek Hatala
:: Theme Leader, LORNET Project
:: Director of Laboratory for Ontological Research
:: Associate Professor, School of Interactive Arts and Technology
:: Simon Fraser University
:: 250-13450 102 Ave., Surrey, BC V3T 0A3, CANADA
:: Email: mhatala at sfu.ca, Web: http://www.sfu.ca/~mhatala/
:: Phone: 1.778.782.7431, Fax: 1.778.782.7488




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