PhD positions in model-driven software engineering and verification at Bergen University College, Norway

Bergen University College, Faculty of Engineering and Business Administration has 1-2 open positions for PhD research fellows within model-driven software engineering and software verification.

The PhD research fellows will be affiliated with the faculty’s ICT-oriented strategic research programme on ICT engineering (http://prosjekt.hib.no/ict ) which currently includes 20 professors and associate professors, several PhD students, and a number of master’s students.  The ICT engineering research environment at Bergen University College has a strong focus on use-inspired and applied research, and cooperation with national and international research groups, and with industry partners. The ICT engineering programme is organized into four main research themes: software engineering, engineering computing, communication systems, and the applications of ICT in engineering. The PhD research fellows will be part of the research group on model-based software engineering (http://prosjekt.hib.no/ict/research/model-based-software-engineering/). The group is conducting research ranging from theoretical foundations to software tools and technology transfer activities aimed at the practical application of model-driven engineering for software development.

For further information about the positions, see http://hib.easycruit.com/vacancy/1346899/41311?iso=no

Lars Michael Kristensen, Professor, PhD

Department of Computing, Mathematics, and Physics

Faculty of Engineering and Business Administration

Bergen University College, Bergen, Norway

Office: +47 555 871 64

Email: Lars.Michael.Kristensen@hib.no

Web: home.hib.no/ansatte/lmkr

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