The University of Amsterdam is looking for two versatile, highly 
motivated PhD candidate to search and recommendation of digital 
heritage.  The positions are part of the EU-FP7 funded project on 
"Material EncounterS with Cultural Heritage" (meSch) as part of an 
international consortium.

Position 1: Search and recommendation over rich data

The first candidate will contribute to the technical infrastructure of 
meSch, and work on search and recommendation over rich museum data; 
enriching and linking data to external (re)sources; customization and 
personalization; and transaction log analysis.

Position 2: Case studies and evaluation

The second candidate will contribute to the deployment in a realistic 
museum context, and work on suitable use cases, the design of the 
authoring environment, extensive case studies with curators (back 
office) and visitors (front office), evaluation strategies, and 
formative and summative evaluations of meSch tools and the resulting 
smart exhibitions.

See 
<http://www.uva.nl/over-de-uva/werken-bij-de-uva/vacatures/item/12-311.html> 
for details on how to apply.

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