Software Engineering vacancy at Radboud University Nijmegen
At the Radboud University we have a vacancy for a full-time assistant professor Software Engineering (tenure track, associate professorship may be considered).
Application deadline May 1, 2014, for full details see http://www.ru.nl/vacatures/details/details_vacature_0?recid=530914
- to conduct research in one or more ICIS research areas (see below). ICIS’ main areas of research are Security, Model Based Systems and Intelligent Systems. The professorial staff at ICIS includes Bart Jacobs, Frits Vaandrager, Peter Lucas, Tom Heskes and Herman Geuvers.
- teaching activities will be in the area of software engineering. A number of courses in software engineering are constructed around a student run ‘company’, GipHouse, which produces real software products for real clients under the supervision of Marko van Eekelen. You will also be expected to supervise BSc, MSc and PhD theses. Some contribution to our extensive outreach programme towards school children and the general public would be appreciated. Administrative duties will include local and/or national committee memberships.
The ICIS institute received an excellent rating in the latest national research evaluation exercise for computer science (2010). ICIS has educational programmes in both Information Science and Computer Science. In 2014 the Computer Science Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes ranked first, both in the Elsevier Magazine rankings and in the Dutch university information guide KeuzeGids Universiteiten, in which the Computer Science Master’s programme also received the ‘TOP’ classification. Specific educational tracks are Security, Software Science, Data Science, eHealth and Mathematical Foundations.
What we expect from you
- you hold a PhD, and have published international academic publications in the area of software engineering, for example on one of the following topics: Architectural Design, Requirements Engineering, Software Product Quality Improvement, Software Development Methodology, Software Analysis, Software Security, Software Metrics and Software Testing);
- you have several years of postdoctoral experience, preferably gained abroad, and an established international reputation (as evidenced by, for example, conference invitations);
- you have some experience in successfully applying for external funding;
- you have outstanding didactic skills and at least some teaching experience, and a clear vision on teaching;
- you have, or are willing to acquire, an official Dutch university teaching qualification (BKO);
- you are already able to teach in English, and should be able to teach in Dutch within two years;
- you have excellent communication skills towards colleagues, students, and non-mathematicians;
- you are interested in widening your scope in collaborating with researchers from various fields.
Would you like to know more? contact Marko van Eekelen by phoning +31 24 3653410 or mailing M.vanEekelen-Mttm5w9jbbk@public.gmane.org
Do you want to be our new colleague? Please apply and include with your application a motivation letter (attn. of Ms. W. van der Pluijm), CV and any required attachments. Applications should include a cover letter, a research statement, a teaching statement, a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and the names of at least two referees. For more information on the application procedure: +31 24 3652131
Please note: We will only consider applications submitted via our application form (a link can be found in the full text of the vacancy at http://www.ru.nl/vacatures/details/details_vacature_0?recid=530914
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Marko van Eekelen, Digital Security, Radboud University Nijmegen
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