Four Postdoc Positions in SW Engineering at TUM
Technical University of Munich
- Department: Informatics
- City: Munich
- Country: Germany
- Posted on: Tuesday, 24 January 2017
- Application Deadline: Tuesday, 31 January 2017
- Job Language Requirements: English, German a plus
FOUR POSTDOC POSITIONS IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AT THE
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH
The chair for software engineering, http://www22.in.tum.de/en, in the department of
informatics at the Technical University of Munich has four open postdoc positions in
applied software engineering:
1. Successful candidates for the first position will work on testing/debugging.
There is a related long-term industry-funded project on testing driver assistance systems.
2. Successful candidates for the second position will work on machine learning in
software engineering, specifically the exploitation of domain-specific knowledge. One part
of the activities will be in a related industry-funded project on identifying hot spots in
both design and implementations of legacy code.
3. Successful candidates for the third position will work on accountability for safety
and security. The position is funded by public project on connected mobility,
4. Successful candidates for the fourth position will work on applied security topics.
Examples for relevant topics include, but are not restricted to, runtime integrity checking,
obfuscation and diversity, and malware detection.
The department of computer science at TU Munich, http://www.in.tum.de/en, is one
of the largest CS departments in Germany and ranked #9 worldwide in the 2016/2017
Times Higher Education Ranking,
Munich is one of Europe’s relevant IT hubs with a diverse (IT) industry and consistently
ranked among the top cities worldwide to live in.
The positions are initially for two years and may be extended afterwards. There is the
possibility to do a habilitation degree in informatics. Salary depends on experience and
is approximately €51K p.a. Teaching and student supervision will usually be part of the
job. Knowledge of the German language is not required but a plus; the working language
in the group is English.
Please send your CV, list of publications, transcripts of all studies, and contact data of
motivation, kindly include the position you apply for; your research interests; and a
brief statement on your relationship with formalism.
Application deadline is January 31st, but positions will be filled as soon as suitable
candidates have been identified.
Our team is young, enthusiastic, and international. We are looking forward to your application!