[isabelle] PhD/Postdoc Positions in Theoretical Computer Science at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

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In the newly founded Theoretical Computer Science group (Chair 8) at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, several research positions are available that can be filled at the doctoral or post-doctoral level. These include project positions of up to two years, in the TV-L E13 or E14 pay scale depending on qualification of the applicant; project topics include

	- coalgebraic logic
	- probabilistic description logic
	- formal methods in mechanical engineering.

Additionally, at least one position is available that is not tied to a specific research project but does carry a teaching obligation of 5h per week; in this case, research work can be positioned in any of the core fields of the group including

	- modal logic
	- knowledge representation
	- coalgebra
	- formal methods
	- program semantics
	- applications of semantic technologies

Such positions can be filled at TV-L E13 for an initial appointment of three years, with a possibility of extension for another three years subject to provisions by German laws on temporal employment in academia; postdoctoral applicants from EU countries can be appointed at the A13 payscale ("akademischer Rat") (which pays better and has better benefits) for two periods of three years, with a possible extension of two periods of two years at the A14 payscale ("akademischer Oberrat") for candidates who successfully complete a habilitation during the first six years.

Please send applications consisting of a cover letter, resume, and contact details of three references by email to lutz.schroeder at cs.fau.de. There is no particular application deadline; positions will be filled when suitable candidates are found.

Best regards,


Prof. Dr. Lutz Schröder
Chair of Theoretical Computer Science
Department of Computer Science
lutz.schroeder at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
lutz.schroeder at cs.fau.de

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