[Haskell] 4 PhD Positions at Chalmers

Andrei Sabelfeld andrei at chalmers.se
Tue Sep 25 11:33:27 CEST 2012

4 PhD Positions at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Deadline: October 31, 2012

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering ( 
http://www.chalmers.se/cse/EN ) has about 70 faculty members and enrolls 
about 70 PhD students from more than 30 countries. The research spans 
the whole spectrum from theoretical foundations to applied systems 
development. There is extensive national and international collaboration 
with academia and industry all around the world.

We particularly encourage applicants with interests in:

-Programming language-based security (up to 2 positions): 
or contact Andrei Sabelfeld (andrei at chalmers.se)

-Parallel algorithms and data structures in heterogeneous multi-core 
or contact Philippas Tsigas (tsigas at chalmers.se)

-Privacy through language-based security and formal methods: 
or contact Gerardo Schneider (gerardo.schneider at ituniv.se)

Information on how to apply can be found via the URL’s above.

Applicants shall have a Master’s Degree or corresponding in Computer 
Science, Computer Engineering, or in a related discipline. A genuine 
interest and curiosity in the subject matter and excellent analytical 
and communication skills, orally as well as literally, are needed.

The employment is expected to start early 2013 (deviations are 
negotiable). As a Ph.D. student you are employed by Chalmers and will 
receive a salary according to current salary agreements (starting salary 
at present: approx. 25000SEK before taxes). A maximum of 20% of your 
time will be devoted to other duties at the department, mainly teaching. 
The remaining time will be devoted to your own courses and research 
within the project and you are expected to obtain a Ph.D. within a 
maximum of 5 years. You may apply even though you might not have 
completed your degree yet, but expect to do so before the position starts.

Knowledge of Swedish is not a prerequisite for application. English is 
our working language for research and education at Master level. Both 
Swedish and English are used in undergraduate courses. Half of our 
researchers and PhD students are native Swedes; the rest come from more 
than 30 different countries.

Live in Gothenburg: http://youtu.be/sbwVIQeGcdY

Study in Gothenburg: http://youtu.be/0WrlGlSyS1c

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