VIVOweb semantic web project

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Created: November 1, 2009


The VIVOweb Project is a two-year $12 million project funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to build a national network of distributed Resource Description Framework (RDF) databases facilitating discovery of scientists and their research and encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and scientific exchange. The VIVO ( experts and resources network has been under development in Mann Library at Cornell since 2003 and is currently in use at Cornell and at the University of Florida. The latter is the lead institution in this multi-institution project.

The Ithaca-based project team consists of 17 individuals on three project teams (Semantic, Application and Interface Design) based in Mann Library.

We currently have 9 job openings in the following categories:

Programming jobs

* Quality Control Programmer (1) -- posting #11498, * Semantic Applications Programmer (3) -- posting #11497, * VIVO Applications Programmer (3) -- posting #11496,


* Web Interface Designer(1) -- posting #11539, * Usability Design Specialist (1) -- posting #11499,

All applications must be made on line using the above links or by following the Staff and Librarian Positions link at .

Jon Corson-Rikert Head, Information Technology Services Albert R. Mann Library Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853

607 255-4608

How to apply


Jon Corson-Rikert

Software Developer RDF Health care


Published: Sunday, November 1, 2009 10:30 UTC

Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:48 UTC