[Humanist] 23.446 jobs in Worms & Trier

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Thu Nov 19 07:16:26 CET 2009

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 446.
         Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2009 21:22:20 +0100
        From: Marc <klists at saphor.de>
        Subject: Job postings for DFG funded typesetting tool for academic texts

Dear Colleagues,

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) funds a joint project of the
University of Applied Sciences Worms (Germany) and the University
Trier (Germany) for the development of a typesetting module for
(primarily) humanist texts.

We will jointly develop a typesetting system for XML-based texts with
complex layout requirements that meets the stringent requirements for
the typesetting of (potentially heavily multilingual) academic texts
(e.g. critical editions). The end user will work directly with
semantically annotated data, without having to use explicit layouting

Based on a WYSIWYG user interface (to be integrated into the TextGrid
Lab, cf. http://www.textgrid.de) the system will support end users in
the development of style-sheets for the rule-based formatting of their
texts and will master the production of PDF (including PDF-A for
longterm archiving).

For this work we look for two motivated research assistants with a
strong skill set in software architecture and development, one
primarily focussing on the design and development of the core
typesetting system itself (based in Worms) and one primarily looking
at the end user interface (based in Trier).

You can find the full details of the call under
http://www.budabe.eu/print_stellenausschreibung.pdf (in German)

We are looking forward to your applications!

Best regards,

Marc Küster

Prof. Dr. Marc Wilhelm Küster
FH Worms - University of Applied Sciences
Fachbereich Informatik/Telekommunikation
Erenburgerstraße 19 * D-67549 Worms

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