The Distributed and Parallel Systems Group of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Innsbruck invites applicants for a PostDoc position in distributed systems which is funded by the University of Innsbruck.
This position is for 4 years full-time employment with the possibility of extension.
The group researches and develops a wide area of distributed system services and techniques to support workflow, peer-to-peer, mobile and collaborative applications for cloud, edge and IoT infrastructures.
Our research topics include but are not limited to programming models and application development for the cloud-edge-continuum; distributed resource and service management; interoperability of services and resources; serverless (FaaS) computing; data management; AI-enabled cloud-edge framework and cognitive services; discovery, provisioning, orchestration and usage of edge-cloud services; scheduling and optimization for energy efficiency, economic cost, and performance; Quality of Service provisioning and service level agreements.
We are in particular interested in postdoctoral researchers that are experienced with one or several of these topics
which can be applied to distributed systems. However, we want to note that this position is open for any kind of distributed systems research and development.
This position also involves a teaching obligation of 4 hours per week.
· contribute to international and national research projects
· start your own research projects as principal coordinator
· collaborate with industry partners
· present your findings to the community in top-tier conferences
· work with our own cloud, edge and fog hardware laboratory, and
· teach university courses in the area of distributed systems.
Your application should be submitted to Thomas.Fahringer@uibk.ac.at as soon as possible, but no later than Feb. 10, 2022. The e-mail subject must be “Postdoc Position in Cloud-Edge Computing” and it should include:
· A Motivation Letter (expertise, vision and why you are a good fit for this position)
· Full CV including the name and contact information of at least two referees
· Copy of PhD degree, as well as transcripts for all study programs
You will receive an e-mail confirming receipt of your application. If you are selected for an interview, it will take place in stages, starting with an initial assessment as soon as possible (potentially via Skype or other online means).
The University of Innsbruck emphasizes equal opportunities and diversity in its personnel policy.
The University of Innsbruck strives to increase the percentage of women and thus expressly encourages women to apply. This is particularely true for leading positions and scientific job offers. In case of underrepresentation women with the same qualifications will be given priority.
Following Austrian disability legislation, qualified persons are strongly encouraged to apply.