The Institute of Networked and Embedded Systems at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, has three openings for researchers (PhD student) on the topics of
– software engineering of swarm systems
– system testing and fault diagnosis
– embedded communication protocols.
Candidates are expected to have a master in electrical or computer engineering, computer science, applied mathematics or equivalent. Experience (by study or work experience) in two or more of the following fields is required:
– Distributed and swarm algorithms
– Simulation or Multi-Agent Systems
– Circuit design and simulation
– Embedded communication protocols
– Excellent programming skills in Java, C# or Python
You will work at the Smart Grids group at the Institute of Networked and Embedded Systems under the supervision of Professor Wilfried Elmenreich. The institute cooperates with national and international partners from industry and academia and is part of the research cluster Lakeside Labs (self-organizing networked systems).
Our team is very international and dedicated to quality research and teaching. Our working language is english. The offices and laboratories are located in the well-equipped Lakeside Science & Technology Park. The Institute cooperates with national and international partners in research and industry. It is part of the research cluster Lakeside Labs on self-organizing networked systems. The PhD will be embedded within research projects in collaboration with local companies and will enable the candidate to gain also professional experience.
The contract will be based on a gross salary of at least 39124 EUR per year for 40 hours per week. Please mail applications containing a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, copies of academic certificates and courses, list of publications, a PDF of your master thesis and contact details of two references in a single PDF file to email@example.com . Women are especially encouraged to apply.
Deadlines for applications:
1st round: 25.09.2018
2nd round: 31.10.2018