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Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2021 10:51:26 +0100
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The Institute of Software Engineering and Programming Languages (ISP), 
University of Lübeck, is currently looking for talented *PhD students* 
and *PostDocs* with a particular focus on *Software Engineering* in the 
context of several research projects with industrial partners.

The current projects comprise:


Food quality monitoring in supply chain using biosensors and AI.
The project aims to use *AI* together with fluorescence spectroscopy to 
provide the necessary framework for *monitoring* food quality. We 
suppose to use *distributed ledgers *to provide a tamperproof database 
so the consumer can be certain about the data related to the product.

/MASIRI -///Multi-Agent-Simulation of Intelligent Resource Regulation in 
Integrated Energy and Mobility
The project explores the influence of Human Behavior on *Mobility* and 
Energy Use. It aims to research human behavior and physical components 
to process this knowledge in form of a *multi-agent simulation*, to 
ensure an intelligent *resource allocation.*

/MCEA/- Medical Cause and Effects Analysis

This project focuses on the research on *medical expert systems*. It 
aims to include multi-disciplinary knowledge into expert system and 
extend it through *machine learning* algorithms. It aims for the 
combination of symbolic and sub-symbolic AI.

This project aims to establish an *AI ecosystem*, in particular based on 
clinical use cases. We build up an efficient *HPC* infrastructure, 
integrating it in the complex software platform for development of 
*AI-based systems*. Further on we plan to establish a physical lab to 
demonstrate and research on such topics as *Deployment* of AI-based 
systems, *Digital Twin, 5G technologies, autonomous systems*. Several 
positions are available in this context.


The PhD students or PostDocs are expected to drive the corresponding 
research projects according to scientific standards. Publications on the 
corresponding research topics are expected.

Applicants are expected to have:

-Master degree / PhD in Computer science

-good computing background

-Background in formal methods is a plus

-Strong background in practical software engineering areas: software 
architecture, web-based systems, software development, project management

-Strong interest in research
- Proven writing skills through published scientific articles or 
proposal applications

- Ability and enthusiasm to learn new concepts and technical skills rapidly

-Excellent knowledge of English is a prerequisite. Mastering German is a 


The PhD / PostDoc positions are contract appointments starting with two 
years, renewable

depending on performance. Salary will be according to E-13 TV-L West tariff

category (full time basis).


The applications are screened continuously, a first deadline for 
applications is 24^th of December 2021, but later applications may be 

Please submit your application via E-mail to *[log in to unmask]*

Applications must include a full CV, a motivation letter stating the 
project you are interested in and your competences, list of your grades 
and copy of your Master/PhD thesis.


If you have any questions about the project, required background, the 
position itself or

application process please contact Prof. Dr. Martin Leucker (ISP): 
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University of Lübeck is a research university in Northern Germany. In 
the 2009 CHE

evaluation, the university was ranked No. 1 in medicine and No. 2 in 

Science and Molecular Life Science among all universities in Germany, 
Austria and

Switzerland. It is also ranked among the top five universities in 
Germany in the

competition on Exchanges between Universities and Corporations. It hosts 

Cluster of Excellence and a DFG Graduate School. In the field of 
computer science,

Prof. Martin Leucker is director of University of Lübeck Institute for 

Engineering and Programming Languages and the CEO of the

UniTransferKlinik Lübeck GmbH, a technology transfer company owned by 

academic and industrial partners.

For further information and related projects see:

www.isp.uni-luebeck.de <http://www.isp.uni-luebeck.de>and 
www.unitransferklinik.de <http://www.unitransferklinik.de>



| Martin Leucker                                                       |
| Institute for Software Engineering and Programming Languages         |
| University of Luebeck                                                |
| Germany                                                              |
| NEW NUMBER:                   | Email: [log in to unmask]    |
| Tel.: +49/451/3101 6500       | Web:   http://www.isp.uni-luebeck.de |



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