Thu, 12 Feb 2015 17:29:19 +0100
The department of Computer Networks, faculty of Computer Science,
University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, seeks for applicants to fill the
open position of a
(Tariff 13 TV-L)
The position is limited to three years and covers 100% regular working
time of a full time employee.
The prospective scientific assistant will study algorithmic research
questions in the area of sensor, sensor actuator networks as well as
networks of cooperating autonomous robot teams. Research focus are local
solutions, i.e., such solutions where a global network wide objective is
achieved by local decisions based on neighorhood information. Design of
energy efficient algorithms producing a provably minimum number of
required control messages, as well as research of structural graph
properties which enable such algorithms are the research focus of this
Condition of employment is an above-average completed scientific
university study, preferably in the area of computer science or
mathematics. You have demonstrated the ability to carry out independent
scientific work, are dedicated, and strive to deepen your knowledge and
skills, and successfully finish the project with a PhD. You have the
skills to mathematically proof theoretical claims, and are interested to
do research in the area of algorithms and graphs. Very good proficiency
in written and spoken English are compulsory.
The University aims to increase the percentage of female employees.
Thus, we particularly encourage women to apply. Women with the same
eligibility, qualification and professional accomplishments will
preferably be considered.
Severely handicapped persons will receive priority in case of equal
We request your complete written application documents (curriculum
vitae, certificates etc.) until but not later than February 28, 2015.
Please indicate the identifier 19/2015 in your application. Documents
are requested to:
Präsident der Universität Koblenz-Landau
Prof. Dr. Hannes Frey
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