What you can expect
We supervise your PhD intensely. The specific focus of your PhD topic in the area of cyber-physical systems will be determined according to your personal interests and knowledge. Cyber-physical systems (e.g., in the automotive or logistics domains) are tightly integrated into physical processes and increasingly communicate with each other through networks. They typically operate in highly dynamic contexts, and need to be adaptive in order to meet safety-critical requirements in changing and previously unforeseen situations at runtime.
Your research activities generally are part of our research projects. You will approach the state of the art in research areas related to your topic through your own literature analyses and visiting internationally renowned scientific conferences. We supervise your PhD intensely. Information on our PhD process can be found online.
Responsibility and Education
Besides your PhD undertaking, you will also support our working group in both research and teaching. To support your research and teaching activities, you will guide students and research assistants.
The Software Systems Engineering research group is part of the research institute paluno (The Ruhr Institute for Software Technology), in which ten professors and their teams, a total of more than 100 academic staff members, join forces. You will cooperate closely with our partners from industry and academia in the context of our European and national research projects.
You are creative, you enjoy working in a team, and you have remarkable analytical skills. You are highly interested in delving into complex, interdisciplinary research questions, and developing innovative results. You have recently completed your studies in Computer Science, Software/Systems Engineering, Systems Engineering, Mathematics, Business Information Systems, or a related area with excellent or good results.
Begin of employment: At earliest convenience
Contract duration: 3 years (with the option for extension)
Working hours: Full-time or part-time (at least 50 percent of a full-time position)
Application deadline: August 7, 2020
The University of Duisburg-Essen aims at promoting the diversity of its members (see http://www.uni-due.de/diversity). It aims at increasing the share of women in the scientific personnel, and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply. Women will be preferentially considered when equally qualified according to the state equality law. Applications from disabled or equivalents according to § 2 Abs. 3 SGB IX are encouraged.
Please address your complete application with reference number 395-20 to:
Mr. Prof. Dr. Klaus Pohl
University of Duisburg-Essen
paluno, Software Systems Engineering
Prof. Dr. Klaus Pohl, (+49) 201 183-4660, klaus.pohl(at)paluno.uni-due.de