[DL] Developer Job at VUB STARLab

Quentin Reul Quentin.Reul at vub.ac.be
Tue Jan 26 12:12:41 CET 2010

VUB STARLab (http://www.starlab.vub.ac.be/) takes part in several  
national and European projects in the domain of the Social Web by  
investigating methodologies to collaboratively represent knowledge.  
This knowledge is then used in real-life application to enable  
semantic interoperability across distributed systems. Your task will  
be to implement and validate these methodologies according to the  
STARLab Research Roadmap.
You have completed an academic education in Computer Science or a  
related discipline, which enables you to be a good problem solver. You  
have experience in programming and software engineering to develop Web  
Services applications. You have an extensive knowledge of software  
design, information system design and database design using UML, ORM,  
and/or (E)ER. Knowledge of J2EE, JBoss Application Server and Eclipse- 
based programming is mandatory, but not sufficient. You have excellent  
oral and written communication skills in English (with evidence) and  
are capable of quickly picking up the major aspects of new scientific  
and industrial disciplines that you encounter.

We offer you a temporary contract of one year with a possible  
extension to several years, in principle full-time (38 hours/week).  
Salary depends on age and experience and conforms to regular practices  
in Belgium. You will work in an international, academic research  
For more information about this vacancy, please contact Prof. Robert  
Meersman, STARLab Director, meersman at vub.ac.be and Mr Quentin Reul (quentin.reul at vub.ac.be 
). For applications, please use the STARLab application form and  
include your educational and/or professional CV (see http://www.starlab.vub.ac.be/website/node/469) 

Please respond to this vacancy before February 19, 2010.


Quentin Reul

Vrije Universiteit Brussel
STARLab 10G730
Pleinlaan 2
1050 Brussel
Tel: +32 (0)2 629 3487
Fax: +32 (0)2 629 3819

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