Research Scientist Position in Service Computing

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CSIRO ICT Centre is seeking to appoint a Research Scientist in the the area of Service Computing focusing on Web service technologies. The role will include investigating issues related to the lifecycle of Web services including, but no limited to, service composition, service query optimization, service trust management, service change management, and service mining.

Candidates will have earned a recent PhD in Computer Science or a related discipline which involves research in Service Computing with emphasis on Web service technology. We are looking for a solid record of publishing in international journals and conferences, and a track record of working both independently and as a member of a research team.

Compensation and benefits
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* Salary package up to AUD$103,000 plus superannuation
* Permanent Positions
* International applicants welcome
* Generous relocation package
* Sponsorship for Permanent Residency
* Application deadline: *18 May 2009*

Additional Information
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* Web ads – CSIRO career web site
o https://recruitment.csiro.au/asp/Job_Details.asp?RefNo=2009%2F337 or
o http://www.csiro.au/people/careers.html (Reference 2009/337)

About CSIRO, ICT Centre, and the Information Engineering Lab
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CSIRO (http://www.csiro.au/), the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, is
Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research organizations in the
world. CSIRO has over 6000 staff in 15 research Divisions located across 55 sites throughout Australia and
overseas. These carry out research and development in areas of economic, social and environmental
importance, including: information and communication technologies, agriculture, the environment, health,
advanced materials and manufacturing, minerals and energy, services, and transport and infrastructure.

The ICT Centre has 260 staff in six Laboratories and is CSIRO’s research hub for information and
communication technologies. ICT Centre’s core research areas include services science and computing,
sensors and sensor networks, broadband wireless, and combinations of these to provide novel solutions for
water, energy, climate change, and the environment.

The information Engineering Laboratory develops science, technology and architectures for finding,
combining, integrating, managing, and delivering services and information to any person or organisation
that needs them, where and when they are needed, and via a secure way that ensures privacy and protects
the environment.

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