[JOB] iPhone / Location-based applications developer at MIT Mobile Experience Lab

1 Jul 2008 - 2:34pm
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Post-doctoral or Research position - iPhone / Location-based
applications developer at MIT Mobile Experience Lab


Post-doctoral or sponsored research position [Pd.D
The MIT Mobile Experience Lab is looking for an iPhone
Developer with specific skills in Location-based
applications. The candidate will be working in a
multi-disciplinary research group focusing on services
fostering innovation on next generation mobile social
software and content distribution systems.
The position starts immediately, and it is initially for 6
months, with the possibility of transition to a long-term
Location will be in Cambridge, MA.

MIT Mobile Experience Lab is looking for someone highly
competent, who can contribute to the Lab environment with
passion, proactively suggesting creative solutions and with
a good design sensibility.

- iPhone or OS X development experience
- Extensive experience programming in Cocoa / Objective C
- Experience communicating with networked services (RESTful
architectures, RPC)

- Knowledge of the intricacies of developing for mobile
- Ability to seamlessly integrate interaction design goals
into application
- Comfortable working in a multidisciplinary environment,
familiar with the design process, collaborating with
designers, and working with design tools such as wireframes.

Provide your resume, a portfolio or references about past
projects and a few paragraphs about yourself.
Applications must be received by July 20, 2008 at
dabo at mit.edu

About the MIT Mobile Experience Lab
The MIT Mobile Experience Lab focuses on radically
reinventing and creatively designing connections between
people, information and physical places using cutting-edge
information technology to improve people's lives through
meaningful experiences. With a multidisciplinary team, we
research and design new technologies along with their impact
in societies, spaces and communities.

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