Semantic Web opening at Carnegie Mellon University's Mobile Commerce Lab

From: Norman Sadeh (
Date: 08/18/03

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    The Mobile Commerce Lab at Carnegie Mellon University has an opening for a 
    project leader.
    The successful candidate will work on the myCampus project, a semantic Web 
    for mobile access to context-aware applications and services. A primary 
    focus of our project
    is to develop technologies that reconcile context awareness and privacy.
    This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the research agenda of a key 
    research project
    in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon.
    The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Computer Science and will have 
    strong written
    and verbal communication skills along with extensive programming experience.
    The position requires familiarity with at least three of the following 
    research areas:
    * Semantic Web technologies
    * Intelligent Agents
    * Context Awareness
    * Web Services
    Exposure to case-based reasoning or other learning techniques and/or 
    interest in privacy
    and security issues would be a major plus.
    The initial appointment is for one year with option of renewal for one or 
    more years.
    The start date is negotiable and can be anytime during the Fall of 2003.
    Carnegie Mellon offers competitive salaries and benefits.
    Interested candidates should forward their resume along with the names of 3 
    to Professor Norman Sadeh by email, fax or snail mail at:
    Prof. Norman M. Sadeh
    Director, Mobile Commerce Lab.
    Director, e-Supply Chain Management Lab.
    eCommerce Institute - Wean Hall 1325
    ISRI - School of Computer Science
    Carnegie Mellon University
    5000 Forbes Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3891
    Tel: +1 (412) 268-8144
    Fax:  +1 (412) 291-1110
    Secretary:   Monika De Reno, Tel: (412)268-3163,

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