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:


Studentischen Mitarbeiter (m/w) in Teilzeit (20 Stunden/Woche)

Das Semantic Technology Institute in Innsbruck ist eine der führenden Forschungsgruppen im Bereich des Semantic Web. Unsere Systemadministratoren warten unsere gesamte breit gefächerte IT-Landschaft, planen und realisieren zukünftige Projekte. Neben der Serververwaltung (Linux und Windows) gehört auch der First-Level Support für etwa 25 Arbeitsplätze zu ihren Aufgaben.

 

Qualifikationen:

 

  • Linux (Debian), Apache, CVS, GIT, Tomcat, MySQL, Drupal
  • Netzwerk – Technik: TCP/IP, Firewalls, DNS, DHCP, VPN, VLAN, Backup
  • Windows Server 2008 (Active Directory),
  • Mailsysteme
  • Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse unbedingt erforderlich
  • Flexibilität und Belastbarkeit
  • Gewissenhaftes und eigenverantwortliches Arbeiten

 

Für diese Position ist ein Mindestentgelt von brutto € 1000 / Monat (14 mal) vorgesehen.

 

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Junior/Student Programmer

STI Innsbruck (www.sti-innsbruck.at) 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 topics related to the Semantic Web
  • The possibility to learn about scientific methods
  • The possibility to work on international research projects
  • Excellent ties to research groups worldwide
  • Flexible working hours (8 – 20h/week)
  • An annual gross salary for a junior/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 (Java, C++, PHP, JavaScript, Python, C#, Ruby)
  • Interest in current web technologies like HTML 5, CSS, jQuery, JavaScript, ...
  • Experience with Ruby / Ruby on Rails would be desired
  • Excellent communication skills (written and spoken English)

 

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


Senior Developer and Leader for the Semantic Communication Engine Innsbruck

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. STI Innsbruck is developing the Semantic Communication Engine Innsbruck (SCEI, pronounced “sky”) which includes methods and tools for highly scalable on-line communication supporting processes, such as yield, brand, and reputation management. We are currently looking for a

 

Senior Developer and Leader for the Semantic Communication Engine Innsbruck
(40 hours/week)

 

We offer:

  • The stimulating environment of a research institute in the fields of Semantics, Semantic Communication, Semantic Web, Linked Data, Semantic Web Services, Semantic Technologies beyond the Web, Service-Oriented Architectures, and formal languages
  • Long-term collaboration with well-known academic institutions and major companies around the world
  • A multicultural workplace with state-of-the-art infrastructure, a competitive salary and resources
  • The annual gross salary for this full time position begins at: € 56.000 (depending on qualifications)

We expect:

  • Excellent knowledge and interest in programming of Ruby on Rails (PHP and Java are a plus)
  • Excellent knowledge and experience in software design and architecture
  • Strong desire and proven ability to lead a software development team
  • Good knowledge of Content Management Systems, i.e. Drupal
  • Good knowledge of semantic technologies
  • Successfully completed Masters in Computer Science, or a related area
  • Fluent in English

Applicants should send a cover letter and curriculum vitae via email (text, postscript or PDF only) to: hr@sti2.at
 


PhD Student

We are searching for new staff to help us in projects such as:

  • MSEE: The first Grand Challenge for MSEE project is to make SSME (Service Science Management and Engineering) evolve towards Manufacturing Systems and Factories of the Future.
  • BIG: Building an industrial community around Big Data in Europe is the priority of this project, together with setting up the necessary collaboration and dissemination infrastructure to link technology suppliers, integrators and leading user organizations.
  • PRELIDA: The Linked Data cloud has specific characteristics in terms of structuring, interlinkage, dynamicity and distribution that pose new challenges to the preservation community. PRELIDA will organise in-depth discussions among the linked data and preservation communities to identify which of these characteristics require novel solutions, and to develop road maps for addressing the new challenges.
  • PlanetData: The main aim of PlanetData is to establish an interdisciplinary, sustainable European community of researchers, helping organizations to expose their data on the Web in a useful way.
  • SUPPORT aims to raise the current level of port security by integrating legacy port systems with new surveillance and information management systems using semantic technology.
  • Furthermore our researchers continuously acquire new projects.

We offer

  • The stimulating environment of a research institute in the fields of Semantic Web, Ontology Engineering, Linked Data, Semantic Web Services, Semantic Technologies beyond the Web, Service-Oriented Architectures, and formal languages
  • Long-term collaboration with well-known academic institutions and major companies around the world
  • A multicultural working place with state-of-the-art infrastructure, a competitive salary and resources including funding for attending international conferences, PhD symposia, summer schools, etc.
  • The annual gross salary for a PhD student (full time position) at our institute (depending on the specific qualification): from € 37.326.

We expect

  • A strong background in Computer Science or related disciplines
  • The willingness to work in an international environment and combine formal scientific work with application-oriented research in order to solve real-world problems
  • The ability to take part in large-scale international research projects
  • Research interest and expertise in at least one of the following: Formal languages and reasoning (description logics, logic programming), ontology languages, Semantic Web services, business aspects of semantic systems

To apply

Applicants should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a research statement and the names and addresses of at least three referees, via email (text, postscript or PDF only) to hr@sti2.at

Additional information regarding our organization’s research and projects, and further information concerning this position is available at http://www.sti-innsbruck.at.