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Last updated: 11/23/2014
Call for doctoral positions in distributed computing
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate in Distributed Computing (EMJD-DC) offers multiple PhD positions (contracts) for 3-4 years (duration depending on each PhD). (Now under the Marie Curie program)
The EMJD-DC is a EC funded joint doctoral programme run by
BarcelonaTech UPC, Spain (Coord), Université Catholique de Louvain UCL, Belgium, Instituto Superior Técnico IST, Portugal, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan KTH, Sweden, Associate industrial partners: Ericsson Research, Telefonica Research, Yahoo Research, CA Labs, Euranova, Peerialism, Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS), Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), Centre of Excellence in Information and Communication Technologies (CETIC), Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores Investigação e, Desenvolvimento em Lisboa (INESC-ID).
Topics of research include, but not limited to:
Ubiquitous data-intensive applications, scalable distributed systems (including Grid and Cloud computing, and P2P models), adaptive distributed systems (autonomic computing, green computing, decentralized and voluntary computing), and applied distributed systems (distributed algorithms and systems, working in an inter-disciplinary manner, in existing and emerging fields to address industrial and societal needs in the European and worldwide context. Students carry out their research work over up to four years in two universities from different countries, with additional internships with industry. Joint training schools will cover both scientific topics and transferable skills, such as project and scientific management, communication, innovation techniques.
The scholarships include up to 7500 € for travel and installation costs and a monthly gross salary of 2800 € (net around 1500 €) during 3-4 years. Tuition fees are also covered by the scholarships. An EMJD-DC brochure: http://emjd-dc.eu/files/2011/11/emjd-dc.pdf
We kindly ask you to post this brochure in your department or distribute this information.
For more information and application to this call visit
http://emjd-dc.eu. The deadline for applications is January 20, 2015.
Dr. Leandro Navarro, UPC
Leandro Navarro - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
http://people.ac.upc.edu/leandro/ - http://dsg.ac.upc.edu/
Multiple positions for Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology,
Two tenured/tenure track positions in Cyber Security
We invite applications for two tenured/tenure track positions beginning fall 2015. The candidates should work on cyber security. Specifically, the first position will focus on software security, with expertise in areas that include: software assurance/verification/validation/certification, static and dynamic software analysis, malware analysis, security and privacy of mobile systems and apps. The second position will focus on network and systems security, with expertise in areas that include: networked systems and cloud computing security, security of critical infrastructure systems and emerging technologies such as IoT and wearable devices, application of machine learning techniques in network/system security.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. by summer 2015 in a relevant discipline, and should have an excellent academic record, exceptional potential for world-class research, and a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education. The successful candidate will contribute to and enhance existing research and educational programs that relate to the cyber security as well as participate in our planned Cyber Security Center. Prior work experience or research collaboration with government/industry and a strong record of recent sponsored research represent a plus.
We are committed to building a diverse faculty and strongly encourage applications from women candidates.
1. Go to njit.jobs, click on Search Postings and then enter the following posting numbers: 0602424 for the Secure Software position, and 0602426 for the Network and Systems Security Position.
2. Create your application, and upload your cover letter, CV, Research Statement, and Teaching Statement on that site. The CV must include at least three names along with contact information for references.
The applications will be evaluated as they are received and accepted until the positions are filled. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tenure-track assistant/associate professor position in Big Data
The College of Computing Sciences and School of Management at New Jersey Institute of Technology invite outstanding applicants for a tenure-track assistant/associate professor position in Big Data starting with the Fall 2015 Semester. Successful candidates must have an earned Ph.D. degree in Computer Science, Management, Information Systems or a closely related field with a demonstrated record of outstanding teaching excellence and scholarly accomplishment with the clear potential to sustain an externally funded research program. Priority will be given to applicants with interdisciplinary research interests in Business IoT, integrating Big Data modeling techniques and analytics, such as crowdsourcing and machine learning, with applications in business intelligence and management systems, including healthcare, operations management and ERP systems.
All position applications must be posted at http://njit.jobs using Job Posting Number: 0602423. Include curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and research interests, and list of references.
Quick link: http://njit.jobs/applicants/Central?quickFind=53626
NJIT is strongly committed to the principle of diversity and inclusive excellence, and therefore, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, and people with disabilities. NJIT is the recipient of a National Science Foundation ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Grant to enhance opportunities at NJIT women faculty by facilitating collaborative research networks.
Postdoc Position at Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute and Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Postdoc position available at Rutgers University for a joint project between Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Our research focuses on the design, development, and implementation of new approaches in high-performance computing, large-scale data analytics, pattern recognition, and computational imaging for resolving challenging problems in cancer biology, investigative medicine, and biomedical informatics.
We are looking for outstanding candidates who have earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or a related field. The successful candidate will be expected to work independently as well as part of a cross-disciplinary team. This individual must have excellent communications skills and be willing to work closely with both clinical and research faculty and students. Responsibilities include development of new algorithms, software and technologies as they relate to ongoing genomics, imaging and informatics programs and initiatives. The successful candidate is expected to help support ongoing NIH- and NSF-funded research projects and pursue additional funding.
- Working knowledge of at least two of the following: Perl, Python, Java, Matlab, R, C/C++
- Experience working within Linux environments
- Experience with and excellent understanding of statistical analysis
- Knowledge of high performance parallel/distributed computing concepts and practices
Some understanding of molecular biology
Experience working with bioinformatics tools and understanding of common bioinformatics algorithms
We encourage qualified candidates to send their resume, cover letter and three references to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Research Associate (Postdoc) in Optimization and Modeling of Complex Distributed Systems at University of Luxembourg
The University of Luxembourg invites applications for a highly motivated full-time Research Associate (Postdoc) in the area of Optimization and Modeling of Complex Distributed Systems (Internet/Cloud-computing based problems).
The successful candidates will join a strong and motivated research team lead by Prof. Pascal Bouvry in order to carry out research. The position holder will be required to perform the following tasks:
- Conducting research and producing results
- Coordinating research projects and delivering outputs
- Providing guidance to PhD and MSc students
- Disseminating results through scientific publications
- Assisting in teaching duties
- Organizing scientific conferences and workshops
For further information, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- PhD degree (or to be near completion)
- Strong background in the field of optimization, modeling and Internet/Cloud-computing based problems
- Excellent programming skills
- Strong mathematics background
- Excellent writing and communication skills in English
The University offers an employment contract for one year, which may be extended up to five years. The University offers highly competitive salaries and is an equal opportunity employer. You will work in an exciting international environment and will have the opportunity to participate in the development of a newly created university.
Applications, written in English should be submitted online at the following link
and should include:
- Full CV, including list of publications
- Contact details of three referees
- Research statement and topics of particular interest to the candidate (300 words).
Deadline for applications: December 1, 2014
For inquiries please contact: Dzmitry Kliazovich
(email@example.com) or Pascal Bouvry (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Job #11618, deadline: January 31, 2015
Massachusetts institute of Technology, Haystack Observatory, Astroinformatics & Geoinformatics Group (Dr. Victor Pankratius), is seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to play a major role in the Computer-Aided Discovery Program and contribute to the research and technical development of computer-aided discovery systems, tackling new problems and working with experts in interdisciplinary teams. The program represents an excellent opportunity to develop new directions of big data science. Studies at Haystack include space weather and ionospheric monitoring using multicore mobile phones, very long baseline interferometry observations for studies of the solid Earth, ultra-high resolution imaging of super massive black holes, low frequency imaging of the Sun, and detection of remnant radio signals from the early universe.
MIT Haystack is expanding its computer-aided discovery efforts to provide scalable machine assistance for big data in geoscience and astronomy. As data volumes from ground-based and space-based instrument networks are growing beyond petabytes, smart computational approaches are required for data collection and analysis. Scientific libraries and toolsets need to leverage parallel computing on multicore processors, clusters, and clouds in order to manage and analyze such vast amounts of data.
Job Requirements: recent Ph.D. in computer science or related field; excellent communication skills, including demonstrated ability to effectively communicate research results in the form of peer-reviewed research journal articles and oral presentations; outstanding scientific research ability; and willingness to work with a team. Consideration will be given to those with a strong grounding in areas such as parallel computing, machine learning, algorithm development, statistics, imaging, simulation, numerical methods, or software engineering. Applications welcome from postdocs who have a strong interest in any of the above-noted areas and want to develop new areas of science and solve complex problems. Job #11618
Applications must be submitted online at the MIT jobs site: http://goo.gl/njrW64 In addition, please send a brief summary of research interests, a CV that includes a list of publications, and contact information for three references to email@example.com, with "Application Computer-Aided Discovery/Pankratius" in the subject line. This is a temporary, two-year appointment with the possibility of extension to a third depending upon funding.
Postdoc opening in wireless positioning systems at Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
Wireless systems laboratory at Hanyang University is seeking a post doctoral researcher to work in the following areas:
- Indoor positioning & Information fusion/filtering
- Positioning in sensor networks and LTE-A
- Signal processing for wireless vehicular networks (MIMO, OFDM, Beamforming, etc.)
This is a one-year appointment with possibility of renewal, however subjective to satisfactory performance and other circumstances.
Interested applicants must send the following documents to Prof. Sunwoo Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Research statement
- 2-3 Reference letters
Yearly compensation is expected to be around $30000, and can be higher for the more suitable candidates.
Postdoctoral positions at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
Indian Institue of Technology, Kanpur's Electrical Engineering Department is seeking out for three post-doctoral fellowship (PDF) positions for a period of three years. Candidates are advised to browse through department and faculty's web pages to learn more about research activity and intersts. Matching candidates need to include CV along with their application to the department and send it to
Head, Electrical Engineering Department,
IIT Kanpur-208016, UP, India.
Deadline: by 30 April 2014.
Research Scientist II position at Georgia Tech - Closed
Applications are sought for a research scientist position in the School of Computational Science and Engineering within the College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology. This is a three year position to work on an NSF/NIH project in the broad area of next generation sequencing and high performance computing/bigdata analytics. The objectives of this research are to develop core parallel algorithms and software libraries for enabling the execution of next generation sequencing applications on a variety of modern high performance computing systems.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a vibrant research group focusing on high performance computational biology. The position is guaranteed for three years, with strong continuation possibilities to work on like-minded projects. To apply, please send your application (cover letter, CV, and 2-3 reference letters) via email to email@example.com. The deadline is February 25, 2014.
Detailed Job Description:
The primary job responsibilities include:
- Taking a primary role in overall project execution, and working with investigators and other personnel recruited for the project, particularly graduate students at the Ph.D. level.
- Writing and publishing research work associated with the project.
- Be in charge of timely release of software libraries and interacting with outside stakeholders regarding the project.
- Develop project web site and other delivery mechanisms.
- Help organize outreach - hosting workshops, organizing events at important conferences, etc.
- Help prepare annual reports to the funding agency
- Ph.D. degree in computer science or in an equivalent discipline (computer engineering, computational science/engineering, bioinformatics, etc.) ·
- Research experience in parallel/high performance computing and bioinformatics. ·
- Knowledge of MPI and write large, complex parallel software. ·
- Preferred qualifications include research relating to parallel algorithms, string algorithms, and graph algorithms.
Postdoctoral and research scientist positions in parallel computational biology at Georgia Tech - Closed
Applications are sought for two postdoctoral or research scientist positions in Prof. Srinivas Aluru's group at Georgia Institute of Technology. The positions are suitable for candidates with strong computer science credentials and interested in research at the interface of parallel algorithms and computational genomics/systems biology. Candidates with expertise in string/graph/parallel algorithms and NGS bioinformatics/biological networks are encouraged to apply. Positions are for an initial 3-year duration with strong continuation possibilities and career growth prospects.
For detailed job descriptions and how to apply, visit: https://apps.itos.uga.edu/ach/position/23409
For more information about the nature of research, visit: http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~saluru/
Leonardo Fibonacci fellowships - a joint postdoctoral program of I-CORE Algo, CNR and ENEA
I-CORE Algo – the Israeli Center of Research Excellence in algorithms, CNR –the National Research Council of Italy and ENEA – the Italian National agency for new technologies, Energy and sustainable economic development are seeking excellent candidates for postdoctoral fellowships.
The joint program is supported by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and one of its objectives is strengthening the bi-national cooperation in science and technology between Italy and Israel, under the auspices of the Italian-Israeli Agreement on Industrial, Scientific and Technological Cooperation. CNR and ENEA participate in the program to help open new paths towards excellence for young researchers, some of whom will eventually join the Italian research system.
The Leonardo Fibonacci fellowships are named after the Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci, arguably the greatest European mathematician of the middle ages.
I-CORE Algo is part of the I-CORE program, initiated by the Government of Israel and adopted by Israel's Council of Higher Education in order to reinforce Israel's intellectual capacities and promote synergy among Israel's leading research centers. The members of the center are some of Israel's most exceptional computer scientists, from The Blavatnik School of Computer Science in Tel Aviv University, The Rachel and Selim Benin School of Computer Science and Engineering in The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science in Weizmann Institute of Science.
Researches of any nationality can apply to the program, given that they obtained their PhD (Dottorato di Ricerca) from an institution in Italy no longer than 2 years before the date of the application, or will obtain it within 3 months after the application. EU nationals can apply independently of where they have obtained their degree, within the same temporal frame. Equal opportunity is a principle underlying the whole selection process.
Key criteria for the selection will be
- The scientific potential of the candidates, as assessed by their academic record and thesis, by publications, if any, by previous research experience and by any previous awards and honors.
- The expected benefits of the fellowship for the trainees, as indicated also by a short research statement (or tentative project) submitted with the application.
Reference letters are requested from at least three recommenders and will contribute to assess both criteria.
The Fellowships will be awarded initially for a period of up to twelve months, and they may be prolonged, after consideration, within the same program or other programs of the I-CORE center.
The Leonardo Fibonacci fellows will perform their postdoctoral research in one of the I-CORE in Algorithms institutions. Salaries and benefits are competitive and assistance with visas and housing will be provided.
The selection Committee (3 members, from the CNR, the I-CORE in Algorithms and the Embassy of Italy in Israel) will choose between applicants, on the basis of the above criteria.
The selected candidates will submit a brief activity report to the Committee every three months.
The topics of research in I-CORE in Algorithms include (but are not limited to): all variety of algorithms (optimization, online, streaming, approximation, randomized, geometric and more), cryptography, security and privacy, algorithmic game theory, quantum computing, networking and distributed computing, databases, machine learning and computer vision.
The selected candidates will be able to choose which of the center members will be their advisor.
To apply, please send the attached form (as .pdf) by e-mail to both
In addition, applicants should ensure that their recommenders email their letters (as pdf files) to the email addresses above, with the subject line "
cover letter, including current institution and employment status,
(expected) date of PhD, and a statement indicating the Simons Institute program (or programs) in which you wish to participate, and why. For the I-CORE Algo please indicate which institute you would like to perform the research at (can be more than one);
curriculum vitae, including full list of publications;
names and email addresses of at least three recommenders.
The Blavatnik School of Computer Science, Tel Aviv University
The Rachel and Selim Benin School of Computer Science and Engineering, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Weizmann Institute of Science.
A CV of the applicant including the list of publications.
A short research statement.
The preferable I-CORE ALGO fellow to work with (if already known) and institution in I-CORE ALGO. (There is a possibility of more than one fellow and/or institution.)
In addition, all applicants should ensure that their recommenders email their letters (as pdf files) to the email address above, with the subject line " : recommendation". (It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the letters are sent; the Institute will not solicit letters directly.)
Catastrophe Modeling and Risk,
Mathematical Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization,
Text Mining and Natural Language Processing
Develop Parallel and Distributed Computing (PDC) core curricula flexible enough for a broad range of programs and institutions; collaborate with all stakeholders (educators, students, researchers, authors, industry, governments, funding agencies, professional societies and task forces) to maintain currency and facilitate adoption.
Develop, collect, and synthesize pedagogical and instructional materials for teaching PDC curriculum topics – including slides, modules, tutorials, lectures, books, testing and evaluation tools.
Facilitate access to state-of-the-art hardware and software resources for PDC instruction and training by instructors and students worldwide in following areas: Hardware architectures - multicores, many cores, shared and distributed memories, high-end machines (in collaboration with NSF-funded national infrastructures, industry, and labs); Program development environments, compilers, debuggers, and performance monitoring and enhancement tools; Sample programs and "industrial-strength" PDC software.
Organize and administer competitions for early adopters of PDC curricula (winners receiving stipends, equipment, etc.), organize workshops, special sessions, tutorials, and training sessions to foster awareness and adoption of PDC curricula.
Sushil K. Prasad, Georgia State University, Atlanta (PI)
Anshul Gupta, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Arnold Rosenberg, University of Northeastern, Boston
Alan Sussman, University of Maryland, College Park
Charles Weems, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Will interact with scientists from LLNL to help address their needs as well as outside collaborators to extend research results and software.
Will report to the Computer Science Group Leader within CASC.
Conduct independent research and development in the area of performance analysis and optimization, topology aware task mapping and contention modeling.
Develop novel algorithms for graph embedding (parallel algorithms will be required for very large graphs).
Develop novel measurement and analysis tools to characterize the communication behavior of applications.
Interact with application scientists from LLNL programs to help address their analysis needs.
Publish research results in external peer-reviewed scientific journals and participate in conferences and workshops.
Pursue independent (but complementary) research interests and interact with a broad spectrum of scientists internally and externally.
Perform all assignments in accordance with ES&H, Security, and business practice requirements and policies.
Recent Ph.D. in Computer Science, Mathematics or related field.
Research experience in one or more of the following areas: graph embedding, queuing theory, contention modeling, interconnection network modeling, communication optimizations, routing algorithms, performance analysis.
Demonstrated ability to work with and contribute to a diverse set of computer science areas including analysis, debugging, large-scale performance monitoring, and parallel programming.
Demonstrated ability to contribute to a large software project.
Demonstrated ability and enthusiasm to learn new technologies and tools quickly.
Demonstrated ability to conduct high quality research and to develop implementations to evaluate the results.
Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills necessary to interact with a multidisciplinary research team, author technical and scientific reports and papers and deliver scientific presentations.
Advanced interpersonal communication skills necessary to work effectively in a team environment.
Experience using HPC systems and running scientific applications on large clusters.
Practical programming skills.
Experience with parallel programming environments.
Experience implementing parallel tools.
Experience with Python and/or other scripting languages, C/C++ and object-oriented methodologies.
Proficiency with UNIX tools, version control (git, subversion), build systems (autotools, CMake).
Familiarity with profilers, tracers, and other performance tools.
Go to: https://careers.llnl.gov and click on "Search Jobs" in the right panel
Enter 11005 in the "Job Posting ID" field and hit Search
Select the search result and click on "Apply Now"
Marc Shapiro: http://lip6.fr/Marc.Shapiro/
Annette Bieniusa: http://pagesperso-systeme.lip6.fr/Annette.Bieniusa/
Pierre Sens: http://lip6.fr/Pierre.Sens/
designing fundamental algorithms and data structures for efficient selection and access
taking advantage of emerging many-core architectures and expanding the capability of in situ data processing systems
and exploring new paradigms for data storage systems
PhD degree within the last three years in computer science or a related technical field is required.
Knowledgeable in database systems and file system internals
Knowledgeable in distributed parallel system, particularly distributed parallel file systems
Excellent written and oral communication.
Familiarity with large-scale scientific simulations and data analyses is desired
Proficiency and experience in programming languages such as C/C++
Proficiency with UNIX tools; computer systems and scientific computing in general.
High Performance Computing (HPC) and Distributed Systems.
A PhD degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering
Strong software development skills
Good knowledge or interest in scientific computing
Experience in HPC
Some experience in writing grant applications
Strong background in building collaborative research with external partners
Excellent communication skills and proficiency in English
Being comfortable in taking some teaching load in HPC
Visiting Academic Professor 3.845,84 EUR
Visiting Academic Associate Professor 3.456,98 EUR
Visiting Academic Assistant Professor 3.279,45 EUR
Visiting Academic Lecturer 2.860,41 EUR
presently, the Department is seeking applications for the academic year 2012-2013. The processing of applications has started and will continue until all the available positions have been filled.
Anyone wishing to apply should send:
I) a full CV, and
II) a letter stating for which specific area they are interested in and the semester(s) for which they are available, to the following address (the deadline for receiving applications is the 25th May 2012):
Department of Computer Science
University of Cyprus
P.O. Box 20537
For more details and other information, interested individuals may contact the Chairperson of the Department of Computer Science:
Professor Marios D. Dikaiakos
Chair Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University
34 Peachtree Street, Suite 1450
Atlanta, Georgia, 30303
Applications can also be sent via email to the specified emails corresponding to the desired position, and will be accepted until position is filled.
Georgia State University, a Research University of the University System of Georgia, is an AA/EEO employer.
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (Geophysics Section, Seismology Group) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany, is seeking applications from enthusiastic young researchers for positions at Ph.D. and postdoc level in computational seismology. The projects are funded by QUEST (www.quest-itn.org), a 15-partner European Training Network in Waveform Tomography coordinated by Munich Seismology and VERCE (verce.eu), an e-infrastructure project in seismology. We expect experience and strong interest in programming and high-performance computing in connection with seismic wave propagation and inverse problems. Applications from computational science (software engineering, parallel computing) are welcome. Research will focus on the adaptation of simulation codes to many-core systems, and the development of a platform with HPC applications in earthquake seismology. The Department has a powerful Linux-cluster and access to local and international supercomputing facilities (www.lrz-muenchen.de). Applications are accepted until positions are filled. Please send a complete application with CV, a statement of research interests (one page), names of two references, preferably in PDF format to: Prof. Dr. Heiner Igel (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org )
Ken Birman and Robbert van Renesse are seeking candidates for a post-doctoral position to do research on high assurance cloud computing systems, including challenges seen within the cloud data center and those encountered as the Internet evolves to respond to the unusual demands of cloud applications. For us, high assurance includes issues of attack and fault-tolerance, consistency, real-time responsiveness, data security and privacy, etc: topics well understood in smaller settings, but that have received far less attention in very large-scale settings typical of cloud deployments of critical services. Specific application areas of interest include traditional topics such as video streaming, but also emerging ones such as embedded control systems (e.g. cloud-hosted control of sensors and actuators in the future smart power grid, or in a medical care setting).
A successful candidate will have a PhD in distributed computing or a closely related area, extensive experience building and deploying real systems, good theory background (our work tends to live on the boundary; we're more practical than theoretical in emphasis, but we view theory as one of many tools for accomplishing our goals), and a solid publication record. We are open to very strong candidates with non-traditional backgrounds, but the emphasis on proven ability to build systems would remain a key criteria.
Cornell is an equal opportunity employer, and we believe our salary scale is highly competitive. Ithaca is a lovely area; one of the few places in the United States offering the ability to conduct research at the highest levels while also enjoying unspoiled natural environments, a wide variety of local cultural events, a wine tourism area within minutes, and Cayuga Lake for summer water sports. Past post-doctoral researchers in our group have gone on to start companies, become the CTO of Amazon.com, taken faculty positions at top Computer Science departments (including here at Cornell), and taken research positions at top laboratories.
PhD position in Parallel Computing at Technical University of Vienna
The research group for Parallel Computing at the Institute of Information Systems, Faculty of Informatics of the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) is offering a fully funded 4 year PhD position for study and research in a theme aligned with the focus of the group, see...
Postdoc position in Parallel Computing at Technical University of Vienna
The research group for Parallel Computing at the Institute of Information Systems, Faculty of Informatics of the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) is offering a fully funded 2 year postdoc position (with various possibilities for extension beyond the 2 years) for practical and...
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position Available for Fall 2012 at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago
Illinois Institute of Technology
Department of Computer Science
Applications are invited for a tenure-track assistant professor position in Computer Science beginning Fall 2012. Excellence in research, teaching and obtaining external funding is expected. While strong...
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Polytechnic University announce an open faculty position in the areas of computer engineering. Areas of interest include microprocessor architecture, chip multiprocessors, embedded systems, parallel processing and reconfigurable computing. The successful candidate will contribute to substantial on-going efforts in high performance computing and other topics in computer engineering. For more information, please see
Post-doc in Web Service Process Adaptation in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Concordia, Montreal Canada. Apply by e-mail to Yuhong.Yan@unb.ca.
CITI-U.Nova Lisboa Postdoc positions (call open till Apr 9th):
PostDoc in Networking and Distributed Computing
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University at Buffalo (SUNY) in conjunction with NEC Labs of America
In anticipation for an immediate funding, we are looking for a full-time postdoc to work on the following three main topics with emphasis on protocols, algorithms and software systems for
1. resources allocation/provisioning (computing, networking/communications resources) ,
2. survivable, fault tolerant distributed system design and dimensioning and
3. performance optimization, analysis and simulation.
in the area of grid computing environments, application overlay networks, virtual topology design over optical networks, virtualizable and/or programmable networks (e.g., GENI), and parallel and distributed systems.
A successful candidate must have a PhD degree in CS/EE or a related discipline by the time of the appointment, and must have a good communication skills (oral and written). He/she must be able to work independently, with our industrial partners (e.g., NEC Labs) and with other graduate students. The initial appointment is for one year, with the possibility of extending it for up to 3 years, depending on the candidate's performance and the availability of funds. Stipends are commensurate with qualifications. This position is funded by NEC Labs of America. Eligible candidates may be hired by NEC Labs America.
Applicants should email Prof. Chunming Qiao at email@example.com, using the subject line "Postdoc Applications", a detailed CV, a 1-2 page research statement, and the names of at least three references.
Post-Doctoral Position Job Description at IBM: The Dynamic Optimizations Group at IBM Research (Watson) is seeking a motivated post-doc to join the Liquid Metal project (http://www.research.ibm.com/liquidmetal). Applications are expected to possess a doctorate degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering, and have demonstrated an ability to develop and execute a research plan, and have in-depth knowledge of current technologies and a command of research literature. We are seeking candidates with strong experience in programming and working with large software systems, who can work independently and in teams, and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Interested candidates should email Rodric Rabbah (firstname.lastname@example.org) or David Bacon (email@example.com).
Assistantship is available for CS and CE Ph.D. applicant in Clemson University. Graduate Assistantship for CS and CE Ph.D. applicants at the ECE Dept. of Clemson University, USA is available. Research topics of this position include distributed and parallel computer systems, peer-to-peer networks, high performance grid computing, mobile computing, wireless sensor networks, data mining and etc. Interested students please email your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org including your GPA, GRE, TOEFL and your rank in your class. Students without TOEFL or GRE score or with GPA less than 3 please do not send emails.
A postdoctoral position is available at the High Performance Computing Architectures and Technologies (HPCAT) Lab at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson. The position is available immediately. Please submit, by email, a single attachment, that includes your CV, a brief statement of your research accomplishments and interests, a sample of a publication, and the contact information for three references, to: Prof. Ahmed Louri, Director: HPCAT, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721, E-mail: email@example.com
Open PhD positions in storage systems research
Currently recruiting: Early Stage Researchers for Marie Curie Initial Training Network SCALUS (Scaling by mean of Ubiquitous Storage). We are looking for high-level candidates with a master's degree in computer science or engineering for various PhD projects in the area of storage systems, software technology, and systems networks. These are fully funded EU scholarships available for top quality early stage researchers with any nationality. Projects are at various European locations. For full details, as well as application criteria and procedure please see www.scalus.eu.
Postdoc in Exascale Computing Systems Research
Institution: Institute of Computer Science (ICS) Foundation for Research and Technology -- Hellas (FORTH) Start date: Immediately, duration 1 or 2 years Location: Crete, Greece. To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, including three names for references to Prof. Dimitris Nikolopoulos (firstname.lastname@example.org). For further technical inquiries, please contact Prof. Dimitris Nikolopoulos (email@example.com). General info: FORTH-ICS: http://www.ics.forth.gr CARV: http://www.ics.forth.gr/carv/index.html Crete: http://www.uoc.gr/crete/CRETE.html