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    -- Apologies for multiple copies -- ... 2 Year Post-Doctoral Research Position Center for Tele-Information COM, Technical University of Denmark A two year
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      2 Year Post-Doctoral Research Position

      Center for Tele-Information
      COM, Technical University of Denmark

      A two year post-doctoral position is available at the Center for
      Tele-Information within the area of metadata computing and
      human-computer interaction. The position is attached to SPATION, a
      new EU project which will begin in late spring 2001. The position
      will involve research in user interface design and visualization of
      metadata
      stores in home networks. Applicants with a background in
      human-computer interaction, computer science and an interest in
      semantic web issues are urged to apply.

      About Spation:
      SPATION (Services Platforms and Applications for Transparent
      Information management in an in-hOme Network) is an EU project funded
      under IST Domain IV/Action Line 6.2 - Essential Technologies and
      Infrastructures/User and service interfaces and buffers to seamless
      end-to-end services. The consortium is led by Philips Electronics
      with partners TOMORROW Internet AG, University of Brescia, Technical
      University of Denmark and Eurocom. The objective of the project is to
      find solutions to the problem of how to move, organize and retrieve
      information and media in heterogeneous home systems.

      About CTI:
      The Center for Tele-Information is an externally funded
      inter-disciplinary center which performs teaching and research within
      the areas of telecom and Internet regulation and markets, multimedia
      services and applications and computer supported cooperative work and
      its implications on organizations. CTI employs 28 staff members
      including 8 Ph.D. students and is part of the COM center at DTU.

      Applicants must have a Ph.D. The salary depends on seniority as
      agreed between the Danish Ministry of Finance and Confederation of
      Professional Unions.

      Applications should include a CV, description of scientific interests
      and copies of relevant publications. The application deadline is
      March 31, 2001.

      Applications and requests for further information should be sent to

      Michael Rose
      Center for Tele-Information
      The Technical University of Denmark
      DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby
      DENMARK

      email: rose@...
      web: http://mrose.cti.dtu.dk
      phone: (+45) 45 25 51 72
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