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Research positions on
Modeling and Analyzing Software Adaptation
University of Koblenz-Landau

The department of Computer Science, University Koblenz-Landau, Campus
Koblenz invites applications for 2 research positions, available
initially for 2 years:

* 1 PostDoc
* 1 PhD student

The corresponding funding is part of the state of Rhineland
Palatinate’s Research Initiative 2008-2011. The successful applicants
will work on the research theme of "ADAPT: Modeling and Analyzing
Software Adaptation".

The objective of ADAPT is to relate, advance, combine, and challenge
adaptation methods and associated methods of modeling and analyzing
that are used by the communities of software engineering, programming
languages, logic-based modeling, multi-agent systems, formal methods,
SOA, web systems, and mobile, autonomous systems. Please consult the
ADAPT home page for further details:
9 research groups from the CS department in Koblenz (from several of
its institutes) are associated with the theme. Also, the theme
leverages collaboration with international partners at the CWI,
Amsterdam, and Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg. The
successful applicants will research in the interdisciplinary context
of ADAPT, and be actively involved in further building up and refining
the research theme. Thus, the positions provide extra opportunities
for qualified applicants to distinguish themselves, in addition to the
research aspects and the possibility to work on a dissertation and
habilitation thesis.

The deadline for applications is 1 September 2008. Email applications
are preferred. See the contact section on the ADAPT home page.

* Bernhard Beckert (Formal Methods and AI, Spokesperson)
* Jürgen Ebert (Software Engineering)
* Ulrich Furbach (Artificial Intelligence, Spokesperson)
* Rüdiger Grimm (IT Risk Management)
* Ralf Lämmel (Software Languages, Spokesperson)
* Dietrich Paulus (Active Vision)
* Steffen Staab (IS and Semantic Web)
* Klaus Troitzsch (Empirical Methods, Modeling and Simulation)
* Dieter Zöbel (Real-Time Systems and Mobile Systems Eng.)


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