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The Telefonica Digital Research group was created in 2006 and follows an open research model in collaboration with Universities and other research institutions, promoting the dissemination of scientific results both through publications in top-tier peer-reviewed international journals and conferences and technology transfer. Our multi-disciplinary and international team comprises more than 20 full time researchers, holding PhD degrees in various disciplines of computer science and electrical engineering.

We are seeking candidates for Researcher/PostDoc/Intern positions to strengthen and complement our efforts in the areas we currently work on:
- Distributed systems and networking
- Human-computer interaction
- Mobile computing
- Multimedia analysis
- Speech processing
- Recommender systems
- User modeling and machine learning
- Security and privacy

The salaries we offer are competitive and will depend upon the candidate's experience. We also offer great benefits and a stimulating and friendly working atmosphere in one of the most vibrant cities in the world, Barcelona (Spain).

You can find more information about the group here:
http://www.tid.es/en/Research/Pages/TIDResearchHome.aspx

To apply for a position at Telefonica Research Barcelona, please send an e-mail with your cv and research statement to:
careers_research@tid.es<mailto:careers_research@tid.es>

Applications submitted by March 10, 2013 will receive full consideration, although we will continue to accept applications after this date until all positions are filled up.

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