0.25 full-time equivalent
from £32,590 to £38,907 pro rata
Closing date: 1 April 2014
This post is supported by the ‘Digital Transformations in the Arts and Humanities: Big Data Research’ programme funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council with support from the Economic and Social Research Council.
The DEEP FILM Access project aims to improve access to the complex datasets generated by industrial film production. You will collaborate on the design and evaluation of an ontology for digital assets of a feature-length film, and a methodology for integrating assets at the point of creation, linking computer-generated and manually-created metadata. A good (1 or 2:1) degree in computer science or a related discipline, and a PhD in computer science or equivalent professional research experience are essential. Experience of working with diverse media types, associated metadata and ontological design is desirable, as is knowledge of metadata standards and open application interfaces. The post is fixed-term until 1 April 2015 as funding is limited.
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