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Tech­ni­sche Infor­ma­ti­ons­bi­blio­thek (TIB) - Pro­gram Area C, Rese­arch and Devel­op­ment

TIB, being part of the Leib­niz Rese­arch Asso­ci­ation, is with around 550 employ­ees one of the lar­gest tech­nical inform­a­tion cen­tres in Ger­many, hav­ing three main func­tions:

1. Act­ing in the capa­city of the Leib­niz Inform­a­tion Centre for Sci­ence and Tech­no­logy, our for­ward-look­ing ser­vices secure the infra­struc­tural require­ments for pro­vid­ing rese­arch­ers in sci­ence and indus­try with high-qual­ity inform­a­tion and lit­er­at­ure.
2. Car­ry­ing out cut­ting edge rese­arch to fur­ther expand TIB’s role as a Ger­man inform­a­tion centre for the digit­iz­a­tion of sci­ence and tech­no­logy.
3. Offer lib­rary ser­vices for the Leib­niz Uni­ver­sity Han­nover.

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher (m/f/d)

Ph.D. Research Pos­i­tion

Work­ing field:

The doc­toral can­did­ate is work­ing on a PhD within the frame­work of the Innov­at­ive Train­ing Net­work (ITN) CLEO­PATRA: "Cross-lin­gual Event-cent­ric Open Ana­lyt­ics Research Academy" (http://cleopatra-project.eu/) fun­ded by the European Union (EU). A descrip­tion of the PhD topic can be found below.

The CLEO­PATRA ITN offers a unique inter­dis­cip­lin­ary and cross-sec­toral research and train­ing pro­gramme, which will explore how we can ana­lyse and under­stand major events that influ­ence and shape our lives and our soci­et­ies. It will facil­it­ate advanced cross-lin­gual pro­cessing of tex­tual and visual inform­a­tion related to key con­tem­por­ary events at scale, and will develop innov­at­ive meth­ods for effi­cient and intu­it­ive user access to and inter­ac­tion with mul­ti­lin­gual inform­a­tion.

Depend­ent on the indi­vidual research pro­ject, suc­cess­ful can­did­ates will have a strong back­ground in Com­puter Sci­ence or Digital Human­it­ies (an out­stand­ing MSc degree in the cor­res­pond­ing dis­cip­line). Good pro­fi­ciency in Eng­lish is expec­ted; know­ledge of fur­ther European lan­guages is of advant­age. Inter­na­tional exper­i­ence dur­ing your stud­ies or after­wards as well as good social and com­mu­nic­a­tion skills are help­ful.

As a suc­cess­ful can­did­ate, you will
  • Con­duct research on your PhD topic at TIB in the con­text of the CLEO­PATRA pro­ject.
  • Provide import­ant input to the devel­op­ment of integ­rated cross-lin­gual data ana­lyt­ics plat­forms.
  • Act­ively par­ti­cip­ate in the train­ing pro­gramme offered by the CLEO­PATRA ITN.
  • Engage with research­ers at CLEO­PATRA part­ner organ­isa­tions across the EU.
  • Con­duct research vis­its and second­ments accord­ing to the indi­vidual career devel­op­ment plan.

PhD topic: Mul­timodal fact val­id­a­tion across mul­ti­lin­gual cor­pora
Unim­odal sys­tems that pro­cess nat­ural lan­guage pre­dom­in­ate in research on fact val­id­a­tion – but events are rarely described by text alone and often include visual inform­a­tion as well. The co-exist­ence of mul­tiple mod­al­it­ies cre­ates an oppor­tun­ity to imple­ment machine learn­ing sys­tems that retrieve, com­bine and model diverse inputs. Fact val­id­a­tion sys­tems that pro­cess mul­tiple mod­al­it­ies are able to assess addi­tional evid­ence, learn rich rep­res­ent­a­tions and con­duct sup­ple­ment­ary ana­lyses on source data.

Require­ments:

  • A suc­cess­fully com­pleted, sub­ject related uni­versity degree (Mas­ter or com­par­able), e. g. in Com­puter Sci­ence or related fields of study
  • Very good tech­nical know­ledge in Com­puter Sci­ence
  • Good com­mand of writ­ten and spoken Eng­lish; know­ledge of other European lan­guages is an advant­age
  • Good social and espe­cially com­mu­nic­a­tion skills

Desired addi­tions to your pro­file
  • Interest in digital human­it­ies top­ics or inter­dis­cip­lin­ary work is help­ful
  • Inter­na­tional exper­i­ence dur­ing your stud­ies or after­wards is an advant­age
  • Famili­ar­ity with one or more of the fol­low­ing areas: (mul­timodal) data ana­lysis, nat­ural lan­guage pro­cessing, com­puter vis­ion, machine learn­ing, semantic tech­no­lo­gies or human-machine inter­ac­tion

Mobil­ity Require­ments
To be eli­gible the applic­ant must sat­isfy the mobil­ity require­ments of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, as explained in full detail on pages 6 to 20. Accord­ing to these guidelines, at the time of recruit­ment, the poten­tial can­did­ate “must not have resided or car­ried out their main activ­ity (work, stud­ies, etc.) in the coun­try of the recruit­ing bene­fi­ciary for more than 12 months in the 3 years imme­di­ately before the recruit­ment date. Com­puls­ory national ser­vice, short stays such as hol­i­days and time spent as part of a pro­ced­ure for obtain­ing refugee status under the Geneva Con­ven­tion (1951) are not taken into account.” Fur­ther­more, accord­ing to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie rules, Early-Stage Research­ers shall, at the time of recruit­ment by the host organ­isa­tion, “be in the first four years (full-time equi­val­ent research exper­i­ence) of their research careers and have not been awar­ded a doc­toral degree”. (http://cleopatra-project.eu/)

Applications that do not meet the eli­gib­il­ity cri­teria will not be con­sidered.

What we of­fer:

The Tech­nis­che Inform­a­tions­bib­lio­thek (TIB) – Leib­niz Inform­a­tion Centre for Sci­ence and Tech­no­logy – Pro­gram Area C, Research and Devel­op­ment, is look­ing to employ a

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher
(Ph.D. Research Pos­i­tion) (m/f/d)

to join the Visual Ana­lyt­ics Research Group (Prof. Dr. Ralph Ewerth) at the earli­est pos­sible oppor­tun­ity (latest start: July 1st, 2021) and sub­ject to the final approval of the third-party fund­ing. The PhD can­did­ate will be co-super­vised by Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann from the Uni­versity of Bonn, Ger­many.

The pos­i­tion is ini­tially lim­ited to 1,5 years with envi­sioned exten­sion. The reg­u­lar weekly work­ing time is 39.8 hours (full-time). The remu­ner­a­tion is based on pay scale group 13 TV-L.

What we offer
In TIB’s Research and Devel­op­ment Depart­ment, you have the oppor­tun­ity to fur­ther your sci­entific devel­op­ment in a dynamic and excel­lent research envir­on­ment. We provide a sci­en­tific­ally and intel­lec­tu­ally inspir­ing envir­on­ment with an entre­pren­eur­ial mind­set embed­ded in a lead­ing tech­nical uni­versity and one of the largest tech­nical inform­a­tion centres being part of the Leib­niz Asso­ci­ation.

The research depart­ment at the TIB is rel­at­ively young and offers many oppor­tun­it­ies. It is our vis­ion to rethink the rep­res­ent­a­tion and pro­vi­sion of data and inform­a­tion and to organ­ize them in an Open Research Know­ledge Graph (ORKG) in the future. There is a close cooper­a­tion with the L3S Research Centre at Leib­niz Uni­versity Han­nover, one of the world's lead­ing research insti­tutes in the field of Web & Data Sci­ence, within the Leib­niz Joint Lab Data Sci­ence & Open Know­ledge.

Last but not least, we attach great import­ance to an open and cre­at­ive work­ing atmo­sphere in which it is fun to work.

Fur­ther­more, we offer
  • Fin­an­cing for neces­sary equip­ment, con­fer­ence and research visit travel
  • Work in the con­text of a national research and innov­a­tion pro­ject
  • A port­fo­lio of tech­no­logy com­pon­ents to build on, includ­ing ORKG, Open­Re­search.org, TIB AV-Portal, DBpe­dia.org and other
  • A mod­ern work­place in a cent­ral loc­a­tion of Han­over with a col­legial, attract­ive and ver­sat­ile work­ing envir­on­ment
  • Flex­ible work­ing hours (flexi­time) as well as offers for recon­cil­ing work and fam­ily life such as mobile work and remote work options
  • An employer with a wide range of internal and external fur­ther edu­ca­tion and train­ing meas­ures, work­place health pro­mo­tion and a sup­ple­ment­ary pen­sion scheme for the pub­lic sec­tor (VBL)
  • Dis­count for employ­ees in the canteens of the Stu­den­ten­werk Han­nover as well as the pos­sib­il­ity to use the vari­ous offers of the Uni­versity Sports Han­nover
  • A job in the pub­lic ser­vice with a salary in pay scale group 13 TV-L accord­ing to the pro­vi­sions of the col­lect­ive agree­ment for the pub­lic ser­vice in Ger­many (TV-L), includ­ing a spe­cial annual pay­ment

If you are inter­ested, ques­tions regard­ing the pos­i­tion can be addressed to Prof. Dr. Ralph Ewerth, head of the Visual Ana­lyt­ics Research Group, by mail at ralph.ewerth@tib.eu.

How to ap­ply:

We look for­ward to receiv­ing your applic­a­tion. To sub­mit your applic­a­tion, please use the online applic­a­tion form on our homepage at https://tib.eu/bewerbungsformular-21-2021eng.

Paper applic­a­tions are also pos­sible on an equal basis. In this case, please send your com­plete applic­a­tion doc­u­ments with the sub­ject 21/2021 before April 20, 2021 addressed to the given address or altern­at­ively as a single PDF doc­u­ment file to bewerbung@tib.eu. For applic­a­tions in digital from, please send a PDF file with a max­imum size of 10 MB.

TIB is an equal oppor­tun­ity employer, provid­ing ideal work­ing con­di­tions, and con­tinu­ously tak­ing action to enable its employ­ees to com­bine career interests with fam­ily life.

Severely dis­abled can­did­ates with com­par­able qual­i­fic­a­tions will be given pref­er­en­tial treat­ment. We wel­come applic­a­tions from all nation­al­it­ies.

Please note that your applic­a­tion doc­u­ments will not be returned and applic­a­tion and travel costs can­not be reim­bursed.

Please indic­ate in the sub­ject line of your applic­a­tion through which job board you became aware of our offer.