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IBM China Research Laboratory in Beijing, one of IBM's eight research
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The research laboratory IN-SITU, part of INRIA Futurs (insitu.lri.fr), is seeking 3-5 highly motivated individuals for research projects in the field of Information Visualization:
labs, is expanding its  research team in the information visualization and analysis
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*Bioinformatics within the Microbiogenomics project (see http://microbiogenomics.u-psud.fr/)
department. We have the following position open currently (see attached job
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*Analysis of large online communities  (see http://autograph.fing.org/news/12.shtml)
description) and are looking for talented and motivated individuals to join
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*Visualization for understanding and controlling supervised classification methods, with several application domains.
our research team. If you enjoy working in a fast pace research
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There is a considerable degree of flexibility for the direction of the research. The existing infrastructure for these projects relies on the opensource InfoVis Toolkit (ivtk.sourceforge.net).  Summer internships run from June through the end of September.  Post-Doc positions are currently available and last between 1 and 2 years.
environment and like to witness, first-hand, the fast growing China
 
economy, please email your resume to Shi Xia Liu (liusx@cn.ibm.com).
 
  
Job Description:
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Send a cover letter and CV to Jean-Daniel Fekete (Jean-Daniel.Fekete (at) inria.fr; insitu.lri.fr/~fekete), Project Manager and Senior Researcher at INRIA.
  
IBM China Research Laboratory is growing its information visualization and analysis department in 2007. The department focuses on information visualization techniques, visual data analysis, and their application to business. We aim at creating new information visualization algorithm, interaction techniques to help business users to analyze large volume of business data. We are trying to integrate machine intelligence into the process of visualization to help the user discover more insight from the visual presentation of information.  
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INRIA is the leading French Research Center in Computer Science. The IN-SITU laboratory is among the best ranked French research groups in the field of Human-Computer Interaction and Information Visualization.
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It is located in the University of Paris-South, approximately 25 km south of Paris. It gathers scientists from the University, INRIA and CNRS.
  
Position Available: 
 
Employee: 1
 
Internship: 2-3
 
  
Working Location:    Beijing, China
 
  
Desired Experience:
 
1. Have extensive knowledge and proven track record of experience in data/information visualization, intelligent user interfaces, human-computer interaction or a similar field
 
2. An in-depth knowledge of data mining techniques, social network analysis, or information/knowledge management techniques
 
3. Extensive experience in designing and developing large object-oriented software systems is preferred.
 
4. Have a strong background in mathematics or computer graphics is preferred.
 
  
Technical:
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''By [[Fekete, Jean Daniel|Jean-Daniel Fekete]] via [http://cromdi.inscc.utah.edu/mailman/listinfo/infovis Infovis mailing list]''
1. Good at Java programming or C++
 
2. Familiar with Java 2D, AWT
 
3. Familiar with Flash programming will be a plus
 
  
Non-Technical:
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1. Good at English writing and speaking
 
2. Good at communication
 
3. Good at team work
 
 
 
Job type: Contractor/internship
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 04:31, 30 August 2007

The research laboratory IN-SITU, part of INRIA Futurs (insitu.lri.fr), is seeking 3-5 highly motivated individuals for research projects in the field of Information Visualization:

There is a considerable degree of flexibility for the direction of the research. The existing infrastructure for these projects relies on the opensource InfoVis Toolkit (ivtk.sourceforge.net). Summer internships run from June through the end of September. Post-Doc positions are currently available and last between 1 and 2 years.

Send a cover letter and CV to Jean-Daniel Fekete (Jean-Daniel.Fekete (at) inria.fr; insitu.lri.fr/~fekete), Project Manager and Senior Researcher at INRIA.

INRIA is the leading French Research Center in Computer Science. The IN-SITU laboratory is among the best ranked French research groups in the field of Human-Computer Interaction and Information Visualization. It is located in the University of Paris-South, approximately 25 km south of Paris. It gathers scientists from the University, INRIA and CNRS.



By Jean-Daniel Fekete via Infovis mailing list