|| The Chair of Software Engineering at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Würzburg has two open full-time positions, one PhD position and one PostDoc position.
The position is associated with the following tasks:
- Research and teaching in the area of software engineering
- Project work in the area of IoT und Industry 4.0
- For postdoc position: preparation of grant applications and supervision of doctoral students
The following is expected:
- Completed Master degree in the area of computer science, engineering or related disciplines.
- For PostDoc position: completed PhD degree.
- Outstanding qualification.
- Practical programming and project experience.
- Excellent English language skills.
- Experience with interdisciplinary projects, especially related to Internet-of-Things or Industry 4.0, is beneficial.
- Experience and interest in development of complex software systems, ideally in one or more of the following areas:
o machine learning and artificial intelligence,
o IT security and privacy,
o Internet-of-Things (IoT), Cyber-physical systems,
o Industry 4.0 / Industrial Internet,
o autonomic, self-adaptive und self-organizing systems,
o performance engineering.
Researchers will be recruited under employment contracts with full social security coverage. Applications from women are strongly encouraged. Candidates may apply prior to obtaining their Master degree, but cannot begin before having received it. We also welcome applications from disabled candidates, who will also be given preferential consideration over other applicants with comparable qualifications.
Applications (in English) should include the usual documents (a motivation statement, CV, certificates) and should be submitted by March 31, 2018 per email to:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Samuel Kounev
Chair of Software Engineering (Informatik 2)
Institute of Computer Science
University of Würzburg
D-97074 Würzburg, Germany
The University of Würzburg is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Germany, providing education to 28,000 students. It is one of the leading universities in Germany being part of the U15 group of research-intensive German universities. The university participates through its Chair of Software Engineering (CSE), which is a part of the Department of Computer Science. CSE conducts research on novel methods, techniques and tools for the engineering of dependable, secure and efficient computer-based systems, including classical software systems, cyber-physical systems and IoT (Internet of Things) systems.