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LINGUIST List 21.3742

Wed Sep 22 2010

Internships: Text/Corpus Ling: Intern, Text Processing, NextBio, Cupertino, CA

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        1.    Yeongmi Jeon, Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Intern, Text Processing/ Search, NextBio, Cupertino, California, USA

Message 1: Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Intern, Text Processing/ Search, NextBio, Cupertino, California, USA
Date: 21-Sep-2010
From: Yeongmi Jeon <yeongminextbio.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Intern, Text Processing/ Search, NextBio, Cupertino, California, USA
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University or Organization: Nextbio
Web Address: http://www.nextbio.com

Type of Work: Programming

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

Duration: 01-Jan-2001 to 01-Jan-2001
Voluntary
Internship Location: Cupertino, California, USA
Minimum Education Level: MA
Special Qualifications: The candidate: Must be familiar with Windows and Linux development environments Must be have the basic knowledge of web based database driven applications Must have working knowledge of Java and design patterns Must have background in at least one preferred skill set: Preferred - background in search, especially Lucene and Solr (This is a big plus) Preferred - background in machine learning and NLP including Mahout, OpenNLP, Weka, Mallet, etc. Preferred - Java Enterprise Edition and Java web application development frameworks based on technologies like Servlet, JSP, JDBC, Spring, etc Preferred - background in distributed computing and Hadoop

Description:
Intern Engineer:
An exciting fall/winter internship position at an fun and
fast paced startup. A great opportunity for someone to
come in and contribute directly to the development of
various applications at NextBio. This is an excellent
chance to work with a great software development team
and learn some cutting edge technologies.

We are looking for a currently enrolled BS/MS/PhD CS
(or related) student someone who has completed at least
2 years of coursework with proficiency in at least one
language like Java. The intern is expected to learn
quickly and will take on one or more software application
development and related projects. A senior member of
the development team will guide you and help you in the
success of your projects.

About NextBio:
NextBio is a leading startup company located in the heart
of Silicon Valley. NextBio is a life science search engine
that enables researchers and clinicians to access and
understand the world's life sciences information. One of
the premier startups in the life sciences, NextBio has an
experienced group of founders with highly successful
exits and an impressive list of clients that includes
Merck, Johnson & Johnson, and Stanford, among many
others. NextBio is looking for individuals that are
interested in making a large impact by being part of a
team of intelligent, dedicated, and driven individuals.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:
Yeongmi Jeon
Email: yeongminextbio.com

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