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Research Fellowships in Databases and Digital Curation at University of Edinburgh

Last Updated: 02-Jun-2007

Researchers with strong skills in theory, algorithms or systems building, and preferably with experience in databases, are sought for three research posts in the Database Research Group and the newly-funded Digital Curation Centre at the University of Edinburgh.

Successful applicants, with a PhD in Computer Science or related discipline and a promising publication record, will contribute to one or more of the following topics: digital curation; security in XML and databases; data provenance, annotation and cleansing; XML storage and compression; query evaluation and optimisation; expressive power and complexity of query languages; peer to peer computation; stream database systems; data models, schema matching and information capacity; data integration, publishing and transformation; scientific databases; databases and high-performance computing.

We invite outstanding candidates in any relevant area, especially people with with a good grounding in the principles of computer science to apply. Postdoctoral researchers should also be prepared to assume some leadership in the development of the research of the database group.

For more information, and to apply for one of these positions, please visit here.

For any other information, please contact one of

  • Peter Buneman (opb)
  • Wenfei Fan (wenfei)
  • Leonid Libkin (leonid)
  • Stratis Viglas (sviglas)
    all at inf.ed.ac.uk

Previous news:

  1. Of immediate Interest -- research positions in Databases and Digital Curation 06-Aug-2004
  2. Postdoctoral researchers and PhD Students in database systems and theory recruiting 20-Feb-2004

Topic revision: r3 - 08 Apr 2010 - 13:27:30 - ApostolosApostolidis
 
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