STI Innsbruck is a research institute at the University of Innsbruck engaged in research and development to bring information and communication technologies of the future into today's world.

Jobs

Our major objective is to establish Semantic technologies as a core pillar of modern Computer Science, thereby providing interoperability and scalability for Semantically Enabled Service Orientated Architectures. STI Innsbruck is currently seeking candidates for the following positions:


PhD Student - University position

STI Innsbruck (www.sti-innsbruck.at) is a research institute at the University of Innsbruck engaged in research and development to bring information and communication technologies of the future into  today`s world. STI Innsbruck is currently looking for candidates for 
the following University position (duration: 4 years).

 

PhD Student

 

Responsibilities:

Independent research: writing a doctoral dissertation
Individual teaching and supervision of students
Implementation of research projects
Writing of research papers (workshops, conferences, journals)
Training and further education
Administrative tasks

 

Required qualifications:

Master’s degree in Computer Science
Research interest in areas such as Smart Data, Linked Data, Semantic Web, Semantic Services, Rule-based Systems, Online Communications, Social Media, eTourism
Experience in programming: Java and/or other relevant technologies
Willingness to work on an international team
Willingness to combine formal research with real-world practice in national and international projects

 

 

We are looking forward to receiving your application: hr@sti2.at
 


Postdoc

Leopold Franzens University of Innsbruck & Semantic Technology Institute Innsbruck, Austria.

STI Innsbruck (www.sti-innsbruck.at) is a research institute at the University of Innsbruck engaged in research and development to bring information and communication technologies of the future into today`s world. STI Innsbruck is looking for candidates:

 

Postdoc (40h/week)

 

 

Responsibilities:

Development and implementation of courses in the area of information and communication systems for the tourism sector

Supervision of students

Participation in research projects

High-quality research

Writing of research papers (workshops, conferences, journals) and participation in conference, meetings

Funding acquisition

Training and further education

Administrative tasks

 

Required qualifications:

Doctoral degree in Computer Science or comparable discipline, preferably related to semantic technologies and/or eTourism, and scientific achievements in addition to the dissertation

Publications in high-level international journals and conferences

Teaching experience

Research interest in areas such as Smart Data, Linked Data, Semantic Web, Semantic Services, Rule-based Systems, Online Communications, Social Media, eTourism

Postdoc experience and/or relevant work experience

Good English language skills, knowledge of German is an advantage

Willingness to work on an international team

Willingness to combine formal research with real-world practice in national and international projects

 

Salary:

The minimum gross salary (stipulated by collective agreement) for this position amounts to € 3.546 per month (14 times). The salary will be higher if you have worked in a similar position before.

 

We are looking forward to receiving your online application: hr@sti2.at


Junior/Student Programmer

STI Innsbruck is a research institute at the University of Innsbruck engaged in research and development of semantic technologies with a current focus on scalable on-line communication, based on machine processable semantics and is currently looking for:

 

Junior/Student Programmer

We offer:

Work on an international team

Interesting research and development topics related to social media and semantics

The possibility to learn and use the latest software development and scientific methods

The possibility to work on international research projects

Excellent ties to industry and research at national and international levels 

Flexible working hours (8 – 20h/week)

An annual gross salary for a student programmer (full time position) at our institute (depending on specific qualifications): from € 28.000

 

We expect:

Good knowledge of at least one popular programming language and frameworks (Ruby, Rails, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python)

Interest in current web technologies like HTML 5, CSS, jQuery, and JavaScript

Experience with Ruby / Ruby on Rails desirable, but not essential 

Familiarity with agile software development process (e.g. Scrum)

Excellent communication skills (written and spoken English)

 

Applications including a CV should be sent to hr@sti2.at