[isabelle] Positions for PhD Students and PostDocs
The TU Darmstadt is one of Germany's top technical universities with an
outstanding nation-wide and international reputation in research and education.
Being part of Theoretical Computer Science, the chair Modeling and Analysis of
Information Systems (MAIS) is currently offering positions for PhD students and
What are the positions about?
Our aim is to make IT systems more reliable and secure than they are today. Due to
the complexity of today's information systems and the manifold possibilities to attack
these systems, the development of secure systems is a big technological challenge. To
address this challenge, we develop formal methods and supporting tools that can be applied
in the software-development process and at runtime. We test our approaches in
case-studies in our Mobile Devices Lab and in practice. In particular, we are
working on information flow security, policy languages, refinement of
specifications, runtime monitoring, static analysis and security engineering.
Currently, we are looking for candidates who are interested in formal
approaches for information security in any of the above areas.
Suitable candidates should have a Master's degree (or equivalent) in Computer
Science or Mathematics. For all our research topics, a solid background in formal
methods or logic is required. A background in information security will be helpful,
but is not a prerequisite. Prior knowledge in any of the following areas is also a plus:
Automated Verification, Model Checking, Model-based Software Development, Concurrency
Theory, Program Analysis, Side-channel Analysis, Runtime Monitoring. Candidates
should be highly motivated to tackle challenging research topics and to
contribute to an open-minded team.
We offer a productive and continuously evolving research environment, in which
you can discuss ideas and collaborate with team members who are working on
related research topics. Our international connections as well as our
involvement in interesting research projects, for example the DFG priority
programme Reliably Secure Software Systems (RS3) and the Center for Advanced
Security Research Darmstadt (CASED), provide further opportunities for
inspiration and collaborations. The publication of your research results at
highly ranked conferences will be expected and supported. The positions offered
are regular jobs with social benefits. The salary will be based on the TV-TU
Darmstadt public service salary scale (equivalent to former BAT IIa and TV-L).
German language skills are not required in the beginning, but the willingness
to learn German within the first year is expected.
How to apply?
Please submit your application, preferably on paper, including your detailed CV
(stating your language skills in English and German), complete educational
transcripts with grades and degrees (copies, no originals), description of your
background and your research interests, and, if possible, the contact information
of one or two references to Prof. Dr. Heiko Mantel, TU Darmstadt, Department of
Computer Science, MAIS Group, Hochschulstraße 10, 64289 Darmstadt, Germany.
Deadline for applications is 11 December 2011. However, we will consider applications
until the positions are filled. The positions are available immediately but a later start is also possible.
TU Darmstadt is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from
women. In case of equal qualifications, applicants with a degree of disability
of at least 50 or equal will be given preference.
More information is available athttp://www.mais.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de. In case
of questions, please contact us by e-mailrecruiting at mais.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de.
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