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Nachfolgend zwei gemeinsame Ausschreibungen der ZBW – Leibniz-Informationszentrum Wirtschaft und der Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel (siehe auch Ausschreibung 1 und Ausschreibung 2 auf der ZBW-Website):

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The Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, announces in a joint appointment with the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Kiel, the position of a

Professor (W2) in Web Science

to be filled in 2013 and initially limited to six years.

Web Science understands the World Wide Web as a socio-technical phenomenon and is based on a deep technological understanding of current Web technology. It addresses research in areas ranging from computer science to information science.

The new professor is expected to conduct excellent research and to teach in the field of Web Science. Research emphasis should include preferably several of the following areas

  • Design and effects of Web-based communication, information and research environments
  • Dynamics of new publication, research and collaboration processes
  • Analysis of user behaviour and usage patterns
  • Web content analytics

It is expected that the new professor aligns his or her research with the research and development of ZBW’s online services (see http://zbw.eu/index-e.html) as well as ongoing and future research projects (see http://zbw.eu/e_about_us/e_projects.htm).

Experience in raising external research funds and in managing complex research projects is an advantage.

The position will be located in Kiel. The new professor is expected to contribute to teaching bachelor and master students in Business Informatics at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel for four hours per week during the semester.

The willingness to learn German is expected.

Applicants should have completed a degree in computer science, business informatics or information science. Applicants should consider the job requirements according to § 61 of the corresponding state law (Hochschulgesetz Schleswig-Holstein).

For additional information please contact Professor Klaus Tochtermann at web-science@zbw.eu.

The university strongly encourages women with appropriate qualifications to apply for the position. Women with equivalent qualifications, competence and expertise will be given preference. The university also supports the employment of disabled persons. Persons with disabilities will, with appropriate qualification and aptitudes, be employed preferentially.

Applications (including CV, list of publications, list of acquired external project funds, statements of teaching and research interests, as well as private and workplace addresses and phone numbers, and email address) are to be sent by regular mail (mandatory) to

Director of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
Professor Klaus Tochtermann
Duesternbrooker Weg 120
24105 Kiel – Germany

and additionally by email to

Director of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
Professor Klaus Tochtermann
web-science@zbw.eu

 

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The Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, announces in a joint appointment with the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Kiel, the position of a

Professor (W2) in Knowledge Discovery

to be filled in 2013 and initially limited to six years.

Knowledge Discovery deals with the content-driven identification and localisation of digital objects (e.g. research data, documents, profiles, communities) and relationships among them. It involves the design of innovative methodologies and algorithms and their application to extensive data and document corpora.

The new professor is expected to conduct excellent research and to teach in the field of Knowledge Discovery. Research emphasis should cover several of the following areas including evaluation and validation

  • Application of semantic technologies for enhanced Knowledge Discovery
  • Mining of research data (e.g. linked open data) and metadata sets (e.g. bibliographic data)
  • Design and conceptualisation of relationship discovery
  • Application of visual analytics for Knowledge Discovery

It is expected that the new professor aligns his or her research with the research and development of ZBW’s online services (see http://zbw.eu/index-e.html) as well as ongoing and future research projects (see http://zbw.eu/e_about_us/e_projects.htm).

Experience in raising external research funds and in managing complex research projects is an advantage.

The position will be located in Kiel. The new professor is expected to contribute to teaching bachelor and master students in Business Informatics at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel for four hours per week during the semester.

The willingness to learn German is expected.

Applicants should have completed a degree in computer science, business informatics or information science. Applicants should consider the job requirements according to § 61 of the corresponding state law (Hochschulgesetz Schleswig-Holstein).

For additional information please contact Professor Klaus Tochtermann at knowledge-discovery@zbw.eu.

The university strongly encourages women with appropriate qualifications to apply for the position. Women with equivalent qualifications, competence and expertise will be given preference. The university also supports the employment of disabled persons. Persons with disabilities will, with appropriate qualification and aptitudes, be employed preferentially.

Applications (including CV, list of publications, list of acquired external project funds, statements of teaching and research interests, as well as private and workplace addresses and phone numbers, and email address) are to be sent by regular mail (mandatory) to

Director of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
Professor Klaus Tochtermann
Duesternbrooker Weg 120
24105 Kiel – Germany

and additionally by email to

Director of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
Professor Klaus Tochtermann
knowledge-discovery@zbw.eu

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 14th, 2012

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