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>  Network Science Research Scientist and PostDoc Position Openings in IBM Watson Research Center
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> IBM T. J. Watson Research Center has several Research Scientist openings and Postdoc openings in the field of computational network, social, and cognitive sciences. Our goal is to advance fundamental Network Science as well as its applications on these domains: (1) Collaboration; (2) Security; (3) Commerce; and (4) Sensing and Smarter Planet. Applications must have Ph.D. or will have Ph.D. soon, in any of these fields: computer science, electrical engineering, statistics, physics, economy, sociology, cognitive science, business management, and information management. IBM Research, home to 6 Nobel laureates, 6 Turing recipients and 11 National Inventors Hall of Fame, is committed to innovative researches that impact and shape the future of the world. As a Research Scientist, you will be expected to publish papers, make prototypes, collaborate with global researchers & practitioners inside IBM and professors/students in academics, and demonstrate vision and leadership in setting research agenda. If you are interested, please send your complete resume to Dr. Ching-Yung Lin (chingyung AT us DOT ibm DOT com) in your earliest convenience.
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> Ching-Yung Lin, Ph.D. Email: [log in to unmask]
> Network Science Researches 
> IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
> 19 Skyline Dr., Hawthorne, NY 10532
> Phone: (914)784-7822; Fax: (914)784-7455
> http://www.research.ibm.com/people/c/cylin
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Statistics and Psychological and Brain Sciences
Indiana University

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