|CCL 17.03.27 R&D Knowledge Architect (m/f), BASF SE, Germany|
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Date: Tue May 30 13:06:52 2017
Subject: 17.03.27 R&D Knowledge Architect (m/f), BASF SE, Germany
We are the world's leading chemical company because we offer intelligent solutions for our customers and for a sustainable future. We connect and develop people with diverse talents all over the world. For you, this means a variety of ways to advance. Not only your performance but also your personality matter to us, without regard to gender, age, origin, sexual orientation, disability or belief. At BASF, careers develop from opportunities. Ludwigshafen is the world's largest integrated chemical complex and home to BASF Group headquarters. Located in the heart of Europe's Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, you will find this to be an attractive place for both work and play. Learn more about BASF SE at http://on.basf.com/Headquarters What you can expect Being part of the group New Knowledge Solutions you will drive innovation in R&D by exploring and developing new procedures based on the latest technologies and algorithms. o You will create a R&D knowledge architecture addressing the generation, representation, enrichment and utilization of scientific knowledge. o You will evaluate and develop methods and tools to use semantic technologies and machine learning/AI in order to search, analyze, enrich and visualize scientific information, literature and patents in combination with structured data. o You will create methods for using knowledge graphs to integrate heterogeneous sources of R&D data and information. o You will apply the new methods and tools in innovative projects to find solutions for challenging problems in R&D data and information management. o You will be part of a highly motivated team of experts and work in close collaboration with the R&D community. What we expect o You have earned a degree in mathematics, bioinformatics, physics or computer science and possess expert knowledge in machine learning - with sound experience in vectorization and embedding methods, stochastics and graph theory. o You have deep experience in information retrieval, scientific knowledge graphs and semantic technologies. o You are well acquainted with the design of complex solution architectures. o Furthermore you have programming skills in R/RShiny, Python or Java to use Neo4J, elasticsearch, MongoDB, Apache Spark to create prototypes. o You have excellent organizational and analytical skills and gained experience in agile projects. o Your excellent communication skills help you to build up and maintain an internal and external expert network and to work within heterogeneous, global teams. We offer o Responsibility from day one in a challenging work environment and "on-the-job" training as part of a committed team. o Support of all employees by using different measures to ensure the balance of professional and private life. o Competitive compensation including attractive benefits as well as excellent career opportunities in an international company. Working area: Research & Development Location: BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany Working hours: Full-time Contract type: Permanent Join the best team. There are more than 110,000 other minds to connect with. Do you want to know more? Meet our employees for an online chat on http://www.on.basf.com/ConnectedMinds
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