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Details of other University Job Vacancies are available centrally.
The Department of Computer Science has a vacancy for a developer to work on plans for acquiring data from Web-based datasources (e.g. Web forms and Web services). The post is available from 21st March 2014 and will be available for up to 6 months.
A summer internship is available to work on heart modelling under the direction of Professor Marta Kwiatkowska. Applicants should be pre-final year students of computer science or mathematics. We are looking for an enthusiastic student who is interested in a scientific career and would like to start early with shaping his or her CV.
The Department of Computer Science has a vacancy for a Research Assistant to work in the Knowledge, Representation, and Reasoning Group. The post is funded by EPSRC as part of the Score! project — see http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/projects/Score/ for more information. The post is available from 1st April 2014 and will be available for up to 2 years.
The University of Oxford is hosting an ambitious programme of research and development in clinical research informatics. The programme is collaboration between the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and the University’s Department of Computer Science, with funding from Cancer Research UK. The aim is to provide new informatics infrastructure for translational research and service improvement, from data warehouses to mobile applications, in areas such as molecular diagnostics, infectious disease control, and cognitive health.
The Automated Formal Verification Group has an opportunity for a Research Assistant to work on programme analysis methods for incremental software development, under the direction of Daniel Kroening. Applicants must have (or shortly be expecting to obtain) a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field.