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Subject:

FW: Open Job Positions at Xerox Research Labs in Grenoble, France

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Ross Anderson <[log in to unmask]>

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Ross Anderson <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 30 Mar 2001 21:03:00 +0100

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-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Snowdon [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 30 March 2001 13:49
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Open Job Positions at Xerox Research Labs in Grenoble, France


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  Open Job Positions at Xerox Research Labs in Grenoble, France
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Researcher - Devices and Intermediation
-----------------------------------------

The Grenoble Laboratory is seeking a highly motivated and experienced
researcher to work in the Coordination Technologies Area on the
subject of devices and intermediation. Our team has a strong
theoretical and practical background in community-based and
distributed computing. With this new position we intend to re-inforce
our competencies related to mobile devices and wireless networking and
applications that can make use of these technologies.  We are
particuarly interested in the potential for mobile devices to support
cooperative work and the need for coordination among such devices in
order to build useful and reliable applications from dynamically
changing collections of both mobile and fixed (e.g. desktop) devices
and services.

We are seeking a person with background in research, who also has good
experience in programming and who is able to understand the special
challenges posed by mobile devices and wireless networks. If you have
both excellent programming skills and the imagination to invent
innovate applications based on mobile hardware then you should take
this opportunity to join a motivated and highly dynamic team, which
seeks to combine world-class research work with practical
experimentation.  The work requires a good balance between scientific
and technical excellence, and very good skills in communication. You
should have a scientific background from academic or industrial
research, and you will typically have a Ph.D.

This is a permanent position and is available immediately.


Researcher - Contextual Computing
-------------------------------------

The Grenoble Laboratory is seeking a highly motivated and experienced
researcher to work in the Coordination Technologies Area on the
subject of contextual computing. Our team has a strong theoretical and
practical background in community-based and distributed
computing. With this new position we intend to further strengthen our
competencies related to the capture, the representation and the
manipulation of context-relevant information, with an aim to cover
aspects of adaptation and personalisation of information services.

If you have a solid background in knowledge representation and
manipulation, information modelling, user profiling and/or
personalisation and adaptation of services then you should take this
opportunity to join a motivated and highly dynamic team, which seeks
to combine world-class research work with practical
experimentation. The work requires a good balance between scientific
excellence and very good skills in communication. You should have a
scientific background from academic or industrial research, and you
will typically have a Ph.D.

This is a permanent position and is available immediately.

                      -- ooOoo --

XRCE Grenoble Laboratory is a world leader in natural language,
distributed systems, and knowledge management research. It forms an
integral part of Xerox's research culture with sister laboratories in
Cambridge (UK) and Palo Alto (PARC, California).


XRCE offers excellent salaries and benefits (and relocation package),
excellent computing facilities and the opportunity to work in a leading
international research institute. The successful candidate will be
located
in Grenoble (France), in the foothills of the Alps, providing access to
some of the best outdoors in the world (activities in this region
include:
snowboarding, skiing, golfing, hiking, kayaking, paragliding, rock
climbing,
fishing etc.). Please refer to the XRCE webpages for further information
related to these positions and on our research centre.

Informal enquires regarding these positions can be made to: Christer
Fernstrom,
[log in to unmask]

Applications should be sent to:

Mr. Christophe Mitenne
Human Resources
Xerox Research Centre Europe
6, chemin de Maupertuis
38240 MEYLAN, France
[log in to unmask]

XRCE - Xerox Research Centre Europe - http://www.xrce.xerox.com

--
Dave Snowdon, Ph.D.                  Tel:    +33 (0)4 76 61 51 80
Xerox Research Centre Europe         Fax:    +33 (0)4 76 61 50 99
6, chemin de Maupertuis              Email: [log in to unmask]
38240 Meylan, FRANCE         <http://www.xrce.xerox.com/people/snowdon/>

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