Informatik 12, at the Department of Computer Science at TU Dortmund University, is responsible for the entire education and most of research for embedded systems and real-time systems. The Design Automation of Embedded Systems Group in Informatik 12 (Prof. Dr. Jian-Jia Chen) offers three job positions for Ph.D. (Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter) Positions in the areas of Real-Time Scheduling Theory by salary grade TV-L E 13. The possibility to pursue a PhD degree exists. The vacancy shall be filled in 2020.
- The applicants should hold a master/diploma degree in the areas of Computer Science, Informatics, or Mathematics
- The working language is English.
- Beneficial is basic expertise in one or more of the following areas: "Embedded Systems“, "Real-Time Systems", and “Real-Time Operating Systems“.
- TU Dortmund University strives at raising the quotaof women in research and will therefore especially welcome female candidates. Disabled persons with equivalent expertise will be preferred.
- Candidates with excellent grades can send their full application including covering letter, CV, research statement, and certificates until the job opening is filled via email to Prof. Dr. Jian-Jia Chen. There is no specific application deadline, but the application documents will be processed as soon as possible. Applications are welcome until the position is taken or filled.
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