Doctoral student within the National Graduate School in Computer Science (CUGS)
formally based at the Department of Computer and Information ScienceDeadline September 5, 2009
The scientific scope of CUGS includes (but is not limited to) the following areas:
Autonomous systems and artificial intelligence (prof. P. Doherty)
Security engineering and databases (prof. N. Shahmehri)
Embedded systems (prof. Z. Peng)
Dependable systems and networks (prof. S. Nadjm-Tehrani)
Software engineering (prof. P. Fritzson)
Theoretical computer science (prof. P. Jonsson)
The research topic for each graduate student will be jointly decided by CUGS and the student.
As a doctoral student you must be eligible for PhD studies which generally require a degree in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or information technology. In addition, CUGS requires:
- relevant courses and excellent grades in the aforementioned areas
- fluency in written and spoken English
- experience in independent project work as well as ability to work in a team
Earlier research experience, e.g. as part of Masters studies will be considered as a merit.
Linköpings universitet shall continue to develop as an attractive and creative work place characterized by equal opportunities, and therefore works actively to promote diversity and gender equality.
A majority of the Doctoral students within the department are men so precedence will be given to females in cases where qualifications are deemed otherwise equivalent.
Job description and appointment conditions
A PhD student spends more than 80% of the time on research and PhD studies. Teaching and administration duties can make up to 20% of the total employment. The full time study period is four years with an option to take a Licentiate degree halfway towards the end. Full time normally means five years including teaching. Contracts are renewed on an annual basis subject to progress in the PhD studies. A PhD candidate who successfully follows her/his study plan has priority in extension of the appointment.
The initial salary is 22 750 SEK, but can be higher depending on the background. Please specify your desired salary.
Prof. Nahid Shahmehri (email@example.com) in connection with project and topic specific questions. Head of department prof. Mariam Kamkar (firstname.lastname@example.org) in connection with general employment questions. Director of graduate education prof. Petru Eles (email@example.com) in connection with course program and PhD studies in general. Director of graduate studies administration Dr. Lillemor Wallgren in connection with formal application procedures (firstname.lastname@example.org). Union representatives for SACO is Örjan Lönnevik (email@example.com) and for OFR/S Gabriel Thott (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your application marked with the Registration number IDA-2009-00127 must have reached the Department´s Registrar no later than 2009-09-05 at the address below:
SE-581 83 Linköping
or e-mail: email@example.com
More details http://www.liu.se/en/job/show.