Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 24th ACM International Systems and Software Product Line Conference SPLC 2020
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PhD student in Software Testing and DevOps for Cyber-Physical Systems
Delft University of Technology The Software Engineering Research Group (SERG) has recently acquired an H2020 EU project called COSMOS that will reinforce the research lines of software testing, evolution, and maintenance at TU Delft by focusing on Cyber-Physical systems.
Emerging Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)—from robotics, transportation, to medical devices—play a crucial role in the quality of life of European citizens and the future of the European economy. Increasing automation to such an extent, however, gives rise to many challenges, at the crux of which lies the hardware and software symbiosis. COSMOS proposes to overcome the strain on developing and evolving high-quality, dependable CPS by employing two key technologies: DevOps and Artificial Intelligence (AI). These technologies offer the potential to address CPS development, verification, and evolution.
More information available at https://se.ewi.tudelft.nl/vacancies/cosmos.html
Johannes Kepler University Linz, LIT CPS Lab Research project: Christian Doppler Lab for Mastering Variability in Software-intensive Cyber-physical Production Systems (VaSiCS), starting early 2021 running up to 7 years with a dedicated industry partner
Vacancy for 2 PhD candidates on the intersection of Model-Based Testing, Software Product Lines and High-Tech Systems.
Radboud University Come work with Jan Tretmans and me on a topic tuned to your interests (formal to applied, with industry partners). Apply until Nov 11.
Post-Doc - Managing Edge/Fog Environment Uncertainty and Variability
University of Lille If you are interested with one of the following topics - design or run-time (re)configuration - model checking - evolution - learning... Then investigating edge/fog environments variability is for you!
Associate/Assistant Professor in Software Engineering (Tenure Track)
Wageningen University ASSOCIATE/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (Tenure Track)
Our Information Technology group has seen unprecedented results in the last years and we have now a solid research group with brilliant colleagues working on very interesting topics. Are you experienced in Software Engineering with an interest in Software Analytics? And do you want to strengthen the further development of our group and support our research and education activities? Then don't hesitate, join us!