[Haskell-cafe] Vacancy Assistant Professor Software Technology Utrecht University (1, 0 fte)
J.T.Jeuring at uu.nl
Mon Sep 30 15:22:11 UTC 2013
Assistant Professor Software Technology Utrecht University (1,0 fte)
The division Software Systems of the Department of Information and Computing Sciences is looking for an Assistant Professor for the bachelor programmes Computing Science and Information Science and the master programmes of the department, and for research in the area of software technology.
You are expected to develop an independent line of research within the field of software technology in cooperation with the other members of the division Software Systems. The tasks include:
performing scientific research in the field of software systems, in particular software technology;
supervising PhD students and acquiring research funding;
developing and teaching courses within the bachelor and master programmes of the department;
supervising internships and theses;
organizational activities within the division, department or faculty.
We are looking for candidates with a PhD with expertise and experience in scientific education and research in computer science. Expertise in the fields of software technology, programming languages and typing systems, advanced programming methods, or compilers is required. Experience in academic education within a university setting is desired. You have published on the aforementioned areas in national and international conferences and / or journals. Well-developed teaching skills and command of English in speaking and writing are a requirement. Candidates who prefer part-time employment are also invited to apply by specifying the desired part-time ratio.
We offer a position in a dynamic environment. The position is for at most five years. The total size of the position is 100%, but part-time is possible. The salary depends on education and experience and ranges between € 2,919 (scale 10) and € ,5070 (scale 12) gross per month for a full-time appointment. Additionally, excellent secondary benefits are provided, such as 8% holiday allowance and 8.3% end of year bonus.
We also offer a pension scheme, partially paid parental leave and flexible working conditions. For more information see the terms of employment. The department provides the candidate the necessary support for the arrangements of the education and research line.
About the organisation
Utrecht University has great ambitions for its teaching quality and study success rates. This also applies to its clear research profiles which are centred around four themes: Sustainability, Life Sciences, Youth & Identity, and Institutions. Utrecht University plays a prominent role in our society and contributes to finding the answers to topical and future societal issues.
The Faculty of Science at Utrecht University comprises six departments: Biology, Pharmacy, Information and Computer Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics and Astronomy. It has 3500 students and nearly 2000 employees, and is internationally known for its quality in research. The academic programs of the Faculty reflect developments in society and science of today.
The Department of Information and Computer Science is nationally and internationally renowned for its fundamental research in computer science and information science. Its research is positioned around game technology, one of the four research themes of the Faculty of Science. The research of the department is grouped into four divisions: Software Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Worlds and Interaction Technology. The Department offers bachelor programmes in computer science and information science, and four English-language research master-programmes including Computing Science. High enrollment figures and good student ratings make the education very successful.
Part of the research of the division Software Systems focuses on how programming languages, methods, and tools can be adapted to support program construction. More specifically, the research covers the following areas:
programming languages and compiler construction-tools
interaction analysis, error diagnosis
advanced programming methods: generic programming, dependently-typed programming
program testing and verification
The division aims to design better programming languages and methods; to implement tools and languages that help programmers work more effectively; and to develop products and systems demonstrating the feasibility (and/or validity) of the ideas. An important application area studied in the department and the division is (serious) games. The division mainly contributes to the education in the bachelor programs information science and computer science, and to the master program Computing Science.
For more information please contact Prof.dr. Johan Jeuring +18.104.22.16815 or +31.6.400.100.53, email:J.T.Jeuring at uu.nl.
Your application must contain a letter of motivation, your CV with publication list, teaching and research statement, and contact details of at least two references. You can respond via the application button below.
The application deadline is
Assistant Professor Software Technology (1,0 fte)
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