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TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
University of Montreal
The Department of Computer Science and Operations Research (DIRO) is seeking outstanding candidates for a full-time tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor starting on June 1, 2022. We are seeking candidates of exceptional scientific talent who have demonstrated research success and shown evidence of high potential in any area of human-computer interaction.

The candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, supervise graduate students, be active in research, publishing and the diffusion of knowledge, and contribute to the activities of the University.

The position requires a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related area, a strong research record illustrating the candidate's ability to publish influential work in top-tier venues of human-computer interaction, and a demonstrated ability to provide high quality university teaching.

The University of Montreal is a Quebec university with an international reputation. French is the teaching language. Nevertheless, non-French speaking candidates are welcome to apply, since the university is intensively recruiting the world's best specialists to renew its teaching faculty. Furthermore, the university provides support for newly-recruited faculty to attain proficiency in French within a reasonable period of time.

The University of Montreal offers competitive salaries and a full range of benefits.

A complete application must include: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of up to three recent publications demonstrating the candidate's research performance at the highest levels of the field, a research statement, and a teaching statement. Three letters of recommendation must also be sent directly to the Department Chair by the referees. The application and letters of recommendation must be sent by email to the Chair of the DIRO by January 7th, 2022.

Informal inquiries are encouraged and should be directed to Prof. Sylvie Hamel at directeur-HCI@iro.umontreal.ca
Link: https://diro.umontreal.ca/departement/offres-demploi/offre-demploi/news/detail/News/poste-de-professeure-adjointe-en-interaction-personne-machine-assistant-professor-in-human-co/
Fully funded PhD / Postdoc position on software language engineering
ISW, University of Stuttgart
“The limits of my language mean the limits of my world”. This insight formulated in 1918 by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein also holds for today’s software languages. Many domain concepts cannot be expressed in these languages, which raises a gap between the knowledge of domain experts and software engineering. Domain-specific languages (DSLs) aim to reduce this gap by providing domain concepts within the language.

Creating DSLs and corresponding software tools is a sophisticated challenge due to the complexity of DSL implementations, limitations of modularization, reuse, and variation management techniques for DSLs.
In this research project, novel concepts and methods for the compositional development of DSLs shall be investigated, realized, and evaluated with languages from systems engineering (such as SysML v2).

Your future research area:
- Development of new concepts, methods, and tools to create, instantiate, and operate digital twins that reduce energy consumption in manufacturing
- Conception of experiments to evaluate the effectivity of such digital twins
- Application of the concepts, methods and tools in various scenarios
- Supervision of students
- Publication of research results

Your profile:
- Completed a degree in computer science or a related field with excellent grades
- Confident demeanor, creativity, and very good German or English skills
- Scientific curiosity
- Interest and readiness for interdisciplinary cooperation
- Ability to work independently
- Knowledge in model-driven engineering

We offer:
- Cooperation in a young and motivated team at the institute, in a very good working atmosphere
- The possibility to conduct PhD research in an exciting and interdisciplinary subject area
- An environment in which you learn excellent research and its application to industrial practice
- Innovative insights into current and future technological developments
Link: https://www.isw.uni-stuttgart.de/files/institut/Stellenanzeige_Wissmit_Wortmann_Software-Sprachen_englisch.pdf
Fully funded PhD / Postdoc position on MDD of Digital Twins
ISW, University of Stuttgart
Digital twins promise a better understanding and more efficient use of cyber-physical manufacturing systems. The development of digital twins requires the integration of heterogeneous models of different facts (kinematics, geometry, software, ...) of the represented original system. For this purpose, various highly specialized modeling techniques exist in practice, which are mostly syntactically and semantically incompatible.

In the context of this project, an integrated model-driven methodology for the development of digital twins for manufacturing systems will be designed, which integrates heterogeneous models of different domains and experts and enables them to be analyzed efficiently by digital twins.

Your future research area:
- Development of new concepts, methods and tools for syntactic and semantic integration of heterogeneous models of digital twins.
- Conception of an integrated analysis technique for resulting system models of digital twins.
- Application in different scenarios
- Supervision of students
- Publication of research results

Your profile:
- Completed a degree in computer science or a related field with excellent grades
- Confident demeanor, creativity, and very good German or English skills
- Scientific curiosity
- Interest and readiness for interdisciplinary cooperation - Ability to work independently
- Knowledge in model-driven engineering

We offer:
- Cooperation in a young and motivated team at the institute, in a very good working atmosphere
- The possibility to conduct PhD research in an exciting and interdisciplinary subject area
- An environment in which you learn excellent research and its application to industrial practice
- Innovative insights into current and future technological developments
Link: https://www.isw.uni-stuttgart.de/files/institut/Stellenanzeige_Wissmit_Wortmann_Entwicklung_DZ_englisch.pdf
Fully funded PhD / Postdoc position on model integration for digital twins
ISW, University of Stuttgart
Digital twins promise a better understanding and more efficient use of cyber-physical manufacturing systems. The development of digital twins requires the integration of heterogeneous models of different facts (kinematics, geometry, software, ...) of the represented original system. For this purpose, various highly specialized modeling techniques exist in practice, which are mostly syntactically and semantically incompatible.

In the context of this project, an integrated model-driven methodology for the development of digital twins for manufacturing systems will be designed, which integrates heterogeneous models of different domains and experts and enables them to be analyzed efficiently by digital twins.

Your future research area:
- Development of new concepts, methods and tools for syntactic and semantic integration of heterogeneous models of digital twins.
- Conception of an integrated analysis technique for resulting system models of digital twins.
- Application in different scenarios
- Supervision of students
- Publication of research results

Your profile:
- Completed a degree in computer science or a related field with excellent grades
- Confident demeanor, creativity, and very good German or English skills
- Scientific curiosity
- Interest and readiness for interdisciplinary cooperation
- Ability to work independently
- Knowledge in model-driven engineering

We offer:
- Cooperation in a young and motivated team at the institute, in a very good working atmosphere
- The possibility to conduct PhD research in an exciting and interdisciplinary subject area
- An environment in which you learn excellent research and its application to industrial practice
- Innovative insights into current and future technological developments

Link: https://www.isw.uni-stuttgart.de/files/institut/Stellenanzeige_Wissmit_Wortmann_Integration_DZ_englisch.pdf
Postdoc on formal specifications for reactive synthesis
Tel Aviv University
We invite applications for a postdoc position, to work on the development of synthesis technologies for reactive systems software engineers. The work is funded by an H2020 ERC Starting Grant (project SYNTECH).

Reactive synthesis is an automated procedure to obtain a correct-by-construction reactive system from a given specification. Examples of these systems include the software controllers of robotic systems. Despite recent advancements on the theory and algorithms of reactive synthesis, e.g., efficient synthesis for the GR(1) fragment of linear temporal logic, many challenges remain in bringing reactive synthesis technologies to the hands of software engineers. The SYNTECH project is about bridging this gap. It addresses challenges related to the change from writing code to writing specifications, and the development of tools to support a specification-centric rather than a code-centric development process.

The following keynote from FormaliSE’20 gives an overview of the project’s results to date: https://youtu.be/ig8_PbkGito

The position is available for 1 year, with a possible extension to another year. Starting date is flexible.

To apply, you must hold (or be close to complete) a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related discipline. You should have demonstrated your research competence through high-quality publications in top conferences or journals in formal methods, modeling, or software engineering. You should also have good programming skills (mostly Java) and ability to work independently. We're specifically looking for applicants with background and interest in (1) the more formal aspects of software engineering (formal methods, logic, languages etc.) and/or (2) with interest in human aspects of software engineering (empirical user studies, user interfaces, etc.).
Link: http://smlab.cs.tau.ac.il/syntech/
Postdoc Position in blended Model-based DevOps of Software Product Lines
Mälardalen university
Open #postdoc Position in blended #Model-based #DevOps of #SoftwareProductLines at Mälardalen university, Sweden. For more information drop me a message or visit https://lnkd.in/gQBzw7V
Link: https://lnkd.in/gQBzw7V
Project Assistant (Diploma/Master) / Prae Doc in: AI-augmented automation supporting modelling, coding, testing, monitoring and continuous development in Cyber-Physical Systems (AIDOaRt))
Johannes Kepler University Linz
See the Job Opening at:
https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2752234484/

Do you want to know more about AIDOaRt? Check it out here: https://www.aidoart.eu/
Link: https://se.jku.at/aidoart/
SENIOR CONSULTANT (M/F) SPECIALIST IN MODEL ENGINEERING
Lieberlieber Software GmbH
YOUR TASKS
management of a consulting team
responsibility for the achievement of the team’s goals
operational project work at the customer’s site.
intensive customer contact
workshops and trainings at the customer’s site
pre-sales support for the sales team
professional exchange with the product development and marketing department
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US
a highly interesting job in an international environment
flat hierarchy and fast decisions
an exciting customer and project environment
a very varied job
a respectful and collegial team
interesting training opportunities
flexible working hours and home office option
A performance-related, market-based salary

YOUR QUALIFICATIONS
completed computer science studies or comparable education with professional experience
at least 5 years of professional experience in systems engineering or system architecture for safety-critical or complex systems
ideally at least two years professional experience as a consultant
profound knowledge of SPICE or CMMI desirable
knowledge of modelling languages such as SysML or UML as well as practical experience in creating SysML or UML profiles
practical experience using modeling tools such as Enterprise Architect, NoMagic, Cameo or Integrity Modeler
practical experience with version control systems such as GIT, Subversion, etc.
experience in agile methods (Agile Business Analyst, DevOps, Continous Delivery)
optional: Experience as a trainer
Link: https://www.lieberlieber.com/en/career/
Scientist (m/f/d) – Architecture Analysis and Optimization for Cyber-Physical Systems
fortiss GmbH
fortiss is the research institute of the Free State of Bavaria for the development of software-intensive systems with headquarters in Munich. The scientists at the institute cooperate in research, development and transfer projects with universities and technology companies in Bavaria, Germany and Europe.
fortiss substantially expands its successful research initiative on software & systems engineering. To further strengthen our team, we are looking for Scientist (m/f/d) – Architecture Analysis and Optimization for Cyber-Physical Systems

See the Job Opening at: https://recruitment.fortiss.org/SCIENTIST-MFD-ARCHITECTURE-ANALYSIS-AND-OPTIMIZATION-FOR-C-de-j145
Link: https://lnkd.in/dHpeYWV
Post-Doc at the JKU/Dynatrace Co-Innovation Lab
Johannes Kepler University Linz
The world is changing at an ever-faster pace. At the Johannes Kepler University Linz, we work on technologies and the
ideas of tomorrow on a daily basis. At the same time, we educate over 23,000 young people to meet the demands of today’s
job market. In short, we are Upper Austria’s largest institution for education and research. Are you interested in being a part
of shaping the future at Austria’s most attractive campus university? We currently have a job opening starting
January 3, 2022, for a:
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Post-Doc (must hold a Doctorate/Ph.D. degree) for a full-time, two-year position at the Linz Institute of Technology Cyber-Physical Systems Lab, JKU/Dynatrace Co-Innovation Lab
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Conduct Software Engineering research in one or more of the following fields:
• Data storage, with a particular focus on scalability
• Distributed software architectures
• Query processing and optimization
• Cloud infrastructures
• Lay the foundation for next generation highly scalable, data-driven software applications in collaboration with Dynatrace (https://research.dynatrace.com/)
• Publish and disseminate research findings in journals, conferences and workshops
• Collaborate with other JKU researchers and academic and industrial partners in Austria and abroad
• (Co-)Supervise Ph.D./Master’s/Bachelor’s students

Your Qualifications:
• The successful candidate must hold a Doctorate/Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or a related field
• Experience and/or expertise in a minimum of one of the corresponding research areas as mentioned above
• Experience in writing academic/scientific publications and presenting scientific work at international events

see jku.at/lit/cps-lab and https://www.jku.at/fileadmin/gruppen/80/Stellenausschreibungen_E/4706_Homepage_E_06.10.2021.pdf
Link: https://www.jku.at/fileadmin/gruppen/80/Stellenausschreibungen_E/4706_Homepage_E_06.10.2021.pdf
PhD Studentship (3 years) - Mining and modernising legacy data integration pipelines
Aston University
Applications are invited for a three year Postgraduate studentship, supported by the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, to be undertaken within the SEA Research Group at Aston University. The successful applicant will join an established experimental group working on model-driven software engineering and self-adaptive computing. The studentship is offered in collaboration with the Beazley Group, a leading specialist insurer with decades of experience in providing clients with the highest standards of underwriting and claims service worldwide.

The position is available to start in either January or April 2022, subject to negotiation.

Financial Support

This studentship includes a fee bursary to cover the Home fees rate, plus a maintenance allowance of at least £15,609 in 2021/22 (subject to eligibility).

Background to the Project

The financial and insurance industries rely on the ability to integrate data from a large variety of heterogeneous sources, building profiles about entities or feeding advanced risk models, among other tasks. The volumes of data to be integrated are becoming increasingly large, to the point where traditional overnight batch processing cannot provide results quickly enough to allow for timely and informed decisions, and a stream-oriented approach that reacts to incoming data in an incremental way is needed.

This thesis will study approaches to tackle the above challenges of integrating large amounts of data from an increasingly diverse number of sources, by using stream- oriented processing and AI-based approaches. The envisioned approach would start by mining knowledge models from the existing legacy data integration pipelines, and using those knowledge models to derive a stream-oriented version of the process.
Link: https://jobs.aston.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=R210376
PhD position
Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
The Institute of Business Informatics - Software Engineering at the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria is pleased to announce the recruitment of 1 PhD position within the FWF-funded project LEA xDSML. LEA xDSML is a research project concerned with language engineering methods for executable modelling languages. Thus, LEA xDSML resides in the context of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE), which proposes the use of domain-specific modelling languages (DSMLs) to reduce the complexity associated with the development of complex software-intensive systems, as, for instance, found in the automation domain, production domain, and automotive domain.
The PhD candidates should have a Master degree in Computer Sciences, Information Engineering, Business Informatics or equivalent.
Applications must include:
- A complete Curriculum Vitae that includes information on educational background, projects developed or contributed to (any links to software repositories), technical and non-technical skills, any publications/presentations, and any other relevant items.
- Names and contact details of two referees.
- Degree certificates to date.
Optional skills:
- Experience with Eclipse IDE and Java programming language
- Meta-modelling experience with EMF
- Creation of graphical modelling editors: Sirius
These skills are not required to apply for the position!
Please send your application to office@se.jku.at
For further information please contact Prof. Manuel Wimmer at manuel.wimmer@jku.at or Antonio Garmendia at antonio.garmendia@jku.at
Senior Software Engineer, Perception Performance - Autonomous Vehicles
NVIDIA
NVIDIA is hiring execution-driven thought leaders skilled in software development, deep learning, and abstract thinking to build and scale up our Simulation and Replay technologies for Autonomous Driving.

We are now looking for Senior-Level and Principal-Level Systems Software Engineers with deep understanding of perception systems used in Autonomous Systems.

In this role, you will drive activities to enable a technically safe large-scale deployment of vehicle fleets ranging from SL2 to L4. You will work across the organization with Autonomous Vehicle team, DRIVE Sim and DRIVE Constellation team, as well as Safety, Verification and Validation teams.

What you'll be doing:

Codesign and automate production-ready observation engine to monitor and improve Autonomous Vehicle software systems on the DRIVE Constellation platform.

Create and improve metrics for measuring perception KPIs and perception safety KPIs

Build and deploy engineering methods across the entire autonomous driving organization.

Automate test systems in the operational driving domain using Python-based tools which you will co-develop.

Develop models using a combination of procedural, declarative and AI methods.

Achieve architectural excellence by developing within the overall AI Infra.

Foster innovation, trust and excellence within the organization and the broader AV unit.

What we need to see:

MS, or PhD or equivalent experience in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, or related field.

5+ years of experience in building scalable software system solutions as well as performance sensitive and/or real-time software and customer facing safety-critical software products.

10+ years of relevant experience in software design, including debugging, performance analysis, and automation of testing designs.

Highly proficient in data, cloud, data science and ideally accelerated compute (e.g. Spark, Kubernetes, Dask, Python ecosystem, and CUDA).
Link: https://wd5.myworkday.com/nvidia/d/inst/15$158872/9925$63231.htmld
Assistant Professor in Computing and Software
McMaster University
We will have multiple openings for tenure-track assistant professor positions in the Department of Computing and Software, McMaster University, Canada, across a variety of disciplines, including software engineering, HCI, AI, theory and systems. Full advertisement should be available soon. Feel free to contact me for a discussion.
Link: https://www.eng.mcmaster.ca/cas/
Postdoc "Dependable and secure computing systems" (M/F)
LAAS-CNRS
The postdoc position in open at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France, in the TSF research team on dependable computing and fault tolerance. We are seeking to hire an excellent postdoc candidate who would strengthen at least one of the research domains addressed in our team: fault tolerance – dependability assessment – real-time systems – resilient distributed systems - security & privacy – software validation – trustworthy AI and autonomous systems.

The profile is deliberately kept large so as not to exclude any high potential candidate, who would ambition to prepare an application to the most competitive academic and research-oriented positions. The pre-selected candidates will interact with our group to elaborate a research program before the postdoc starts.
Link: https://emploi.cnrs.fr/Offres/CDD/UPR8001-HELWAE-001/Default.aspx?lang=EN
Post-Doc / PhD student position
Ulm University
The Institute for Software Engineering and Programming Languages at Ulm University, Germany, has two open positions (PhD student or post-doc) in the field of software engineering, particularly, the development of domain-specific languages for embedded systems.

The positions relate to two research projects. The first project deals with technical roadmapping in the automotive and semiconductor area, where we focus on building domain-specific languages and tools with a high degree of UX to specify, analyze and visualize future innovations. The focus of the second project is generating explanations for the behavior of self-adaptive systems, i.e., enabling the developer or the user to understand the reasons for the system’s adaption behavior. Both projects build on concepts, technologies and tools from the fields of language engineering, architectural description languages, compiler construction, and formal methods.

The successful candidate is highly motivated, energetic, and enthusiastic, and has documented strong expertise in the areas relevant to the projects as well as software engineering and empirical research methods in general. We expect excellent scientific writing and oral communication skills as well as the ability to work independently in a bigger team within the institute as well as with external partners. German language skills are beneficial.

Both positions are 100% funded (starting with a gross salary around 50T€ per year with additional employee benefits). The positions are available immediately and applications will be considered until the positions are filled. Please contact Prof. Dr. Matthias Tichy, matthias.tichy@uni-ulm.de, with a single PDF containing at least a short application letter specifically relating to the aforementioned research areas and the research activities of our institute in general, CV, degree certificate, transcript of records, publication list and/or copy of the thesis, and list of references.
PhD position in Software Engineering and Modeling with Machine Learning (AIDOaRt project - ECSEL H2020)
IMT Atlantique, LS2N (UMR CNRS 6004)
Applications are invited for a PhD position on using Machine Learning techniques to address Software Engineering and Modeling challenges in the context of the continuous development of large-scale industrial Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs). An objective is to improve and extend, via the use of Machine Learning, our model view approach and framework (EMF Views) that supports the definition, building and handling of model views combining different heterogeneous models.

The position is for 3 years starting as soon as possible, in the context of a large collaborative project involving both academic and industrial partners from 7 different European countries.

Position requirements:
• Master’s degree or equivalent in Computer Science, with a specialization in Software Engineering
• Knowledge or special interest in both Modeling/MDE and Machine Learning (ideally)
• Solid software development and programming skills (e.g. in Java for Eclipse/EMF, in Python for ML libraries)
• Good communication skills in English (both oral and writing)

IMT Atlantique is a French elite technological university located in the beautiful city of Nantes, west of France (2 hours by train from Paris) - https://www.imt-atlantique.fr/en
Pleasant working conditions will be offered to the student.

To get more information and apply, please send a complete CV with a corresponding motivation letter, recommendation letter(s) and a list of both already published papers and open source contributions (if any) to Hugo Bruneliere and Massimo Tisi and Gerson Sunye .
Postdoc position on Model-Driven Engineering for Low-Code Development Platforms
IMT Atlantique, LS2N lab (UMR CNRS 6004)
The Lowcomote project (Marie Skłodowska‐Curie ETN​) is looking for a high-profile candidate for a 2-year postdoc position, on MDE for Low-Code Development Platforms. The selected candidate will join the Naomod team (https://naomod.github.io/), at IMT Atlantique.

Lowcomote is coordinated by IMT Atlantique, and involves 14 leading universities and companies in Europe. The objective of the project is facilitating the production of new Low-Code Development Platforms (LCDPs) by exploiting research on MDE, Cloud Computing and Machine Learning. Lowcomote aims at enabling the development of LCDPs that are open, allowing to integrate heterogeneous engineering tools, interoperable, allowing for cross-platform engineering, scalable, supporting very large engineering models and social networks of developers, smart, simplifying the development for citizen developers by machine learning and recommendation techniques.

We are looking for a highly-motivated researcher, with Competences in MDE and/or Cloud-Based Development Platforms, and interested in participating in international research projects. The working language is English.

The selected candidate will conduct research and be involved in every step of the project. He/She will also have the opportunity to work with the 15 phd students involved in Lowcomote, on one of the research subjects of the project, depending on his skills and interests. He/she is expected to participate in the writing and the publication of scientific papers.

The position is available immediately. Applications are welcome until the position is filled but the first set of applicants will be considered starting November 15th, 2021.

Requirements:
- A PhD in Computer Science or related areas
- Strong background in software engineering
- An established research record
- Strong programming skills and prior development experience in MDE and cloud computing

To submit an application and for more information please contact massimo.tisi@imt-atlantique.fr

Link: https://www.lowcomote.eu/
Two Ph.D. positions at the Department of Computer and Software Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
Polytechnique Montréal
Two Ph.D. positions are available at Polytechnique Montréal to work on an ongoing research project that combines Domain-Specific Modeling, Machine Learning, and Blockchain.
If you are interested in applying, please send the documents below as one PDF file to the following email addresses: mhamdaqa@polymtl.ca
- A copy of your CV and research interests
- A copy of all your transcripts
- A maximum of one-page research statement/plans for research
- Your intended starting date

Informal inquiries about the project and the conditions of work are very welcome. Please send your inquiries to Dr. Mohammad Hamdaqa mhamdaqa@polymtl.ca
Post-Doc / Research engineer in Artificial Intelligence applied to Software Engineering
Grenoble Computer Science Laboratory
The Computer Science Laboratory in Grenoble, France (in French: Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble - LIG) is looking for a post-doctoral fellow and a research engineer, both for 9-months contracts (ending in September 2022), in the domains of Artificial Intelligence applied to Software Engineering.
The research is performed in the PHILAE project, an ANR-funded project between UBFC (Femto-ST, Besançon, France), UGA (LIG, Grenoble, France), Simula Labs (Norway), University of Queensland (Australia), Orange Labs (France) and Smartesting (France). PHILAE endeavours to improve and optimize software regression testing by leveraging software logs from testing and from user interactions with the system.
PHILAE involves two research teams from LIG: Aptikal (Machine Learning) and Vasco (Software Engineering).
The candidates should have some expertise in the following aspects:
- use of machine learning and data mining methods and frameworks for processing structured data (software logs)
- software testing methods, in particular Model-Based Testing (MBT)
- development in Python and Java (the current tools developed around the project use both languages).

The positions are to be filled ASAP, and funding covers until September 2022.

Applications with CV should be sent to .
PhD position
Department of Computer Science, Ryerson University
There is an open position for a PhD student for Fall 2022 at the Department of Computer Science, Ryerson University. Ryerson University is located in Toronto, Canada. The research work will focus in the model-driven engineering (MDE) and Internet of Things (IoT) areas. Interested applicants should have a strong background in software engineering and be familiar with MDE methods and tools. Please email CV, transcripts, and research statement to sadaf.mustafiz@ryerson.ca.
2 PostDoc Positions on Gamification and Behaviour-driven Software Engineering at Mälardalen University, Sweden
Mälardalen University, IDT
We are seeking MDE experts to join our research group and offering one or two postdoc positions in behavioural software engineering, focusing on gamification and/or behaviour-driven and emotional language engineering. The positions are fixed to two years employments and the successful candidates are expected to start somewhere at the beginning of 2022 (we are anyway open to negotiations about the start date if necessary). If you are interested or you know suitable candidates, please do not hesitate to contact us!
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