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Subject:(SEWORLD) Senior Research Position in SE at NICTA (Sydney, Australia)
From:"Liming Zhu" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 24 Jun 2009 01:31:05 -0600 (MDT)
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Senior Research Position in Software Engineering at NICTA (Sydney,
Australia)

We are seeking a thought leader and future mentor for the software
engineering research team in NICTA. We want a person keen to pursue "use
inspired" research and enjoy the full research lifecycle "from  
imagination
to impact". The person we seek will have a history of publications in
leading conferences and journals, demonstrated track record in  
successful
PhD supervision, success in attracting grant funds and defining and  
carrying
out research projects which have industrial impact. Experience in  
research
commercialisation is also valued.

We currently have 13 research staff, several research engineers and 12  
PhD
students in our software engineering team.

We have one large project (ArMaTure) funded through to the end of 2011  
and
other new project proposals in the pipeline.

NICTA (http://nicta.com.au/) is a world-class research institute able to
drive innovation through high-quality research, training and technology
transfer. NICTA uniquely combines excellence in research, education,
commercialisation and collaboration. It seeks to create intellectual and
economic wealth for Australia through the development of the Information
Communications Technology (ICT) research industry.

We are a national organisation with five laboratories in four cities:
Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane. NICTA brings together many of
Australia's and the world's top researchers in ICT. We have currently  
298
research students and 426 staff. Our unique culture fosters a highly
entrepreneurial environment. Our research focuses on 'use-inspired'  
basic
research that leads to fundamental improvements in understanding and
benefits industry, the community and the national interest. Four spin  
out
companies have been created since our beginning five years ago and we
currently have 93 active patent applications and achieved 669  
publications
in 2008. NICTA is funded by The Australian Commonwealth Government  
through
the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy  
and the
Australian Research Council.

The software engineering research team in NICTA Sydney ATP laboratory is
looking to appoint a new senior principal researcher. This position will
also carry a full professor position at either The University of New  
South
Wales or the University of Sydney. The research team has its roots in
empirical software engineering and was founded by Ross Jeffery when  
NICTA
was first created and funded. Today the team is focussed on research in
software and systems architecture, software and business process,  
embedded
systems, cloud computing, and empirical software engineering. The major
application domains in which this work is carried out are government,
finance and defence.

Contact: 	
Professor Ross Jeffery [log in to unmask]
Professor Aruna Seneviratne [log in to unmask] (Sydney ATP  
Lab
Director)

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