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Sun May 20 2001

Jobs: Computer Scientist, U de Lausanne Switzerland

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  1. Francois Bavaud, computer scientist / on-line course designer: at

Message 1: computer scientist / on-line course designer: at

Date: 17 May 2001 10:48:08 -0000
From: Francois Bavaud <Francois.Bavaudimaa.unil.ch>
Subject: computer scientist / on-line course designer: at

Faculte des Lettres, Universite de Lausanne, CH - 1015 
Lausanne-Dorigny Switzerland
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	Rank of Job:
	Areas Required: computer scientist / on-line course designer
	Other Desired Areas: Linguists with an interest in on-line
	course design or Information Theory are encouraged to apply.
	University or Organization: Faculte des Lettres, Universite de Lausanne
	Department: Section d'informatique et de methodes mathematiques
	State or Province: CH - 1015 Lausanne-Dorigny
	Country: Switzerland
	Final Date of Application: July the first, 2001
	Contact: Francois Bavaud Francois.Bavaudimaa.unil.ch

	Address for Applications:
	Universite de Lausanne; IMM - Lettres - BFSH2
	Lausanne
	1015
	Switzerland

	The Human Science Department of the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and
	the Artificial Intelligence Lab of the Swiss Federal Institute of
	Technology
	in Lausanne (EPFL) are opening 3 positions of:

	- 1 project leader (working place: UNIL)
	- 2 teaching assistants (1 at UNIL, 1 at EPFL)

	working in the framework of the "Swiss Virtual Campus" project. The
	successful candidates will be in charge of the design and 
	realization of a multilingual (French, English + possibly
	German) on-line course on Information Theory, from material
	produced by the editing comitee.

	Required profile:

	- Masters degree in Computer Science or Applied Mathematics
	(or related domains). For the project leader: Ph.D. or experience in 
	web course design.
	- skills in Web site design, Java / Javascript, HTML, etc...
	- French or English as first language; fluency in a second language
	(English, French or German). 

	Experience and interest for distance learning and Information Theory
	would be a plus.

	Linguists are encouraged to apply.

	Starting date: September 2001, in principle. Appointments for one year;
	possibly extendable (UNIL) till end 2003.

- 
Francois Bavaud

Professeur associe
Section d'informatique et de methodes mathematiques
Faculte des Lettres, Universite de Lausanne
CH - 1015 Lausanne-Dorigny

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