Germany: Ubiquitous Computing / Sensor Networks(PhD, PostDoc)

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The Distributed and Ubiquitous Computing (DUS) Group at the Technische
Universität (Technical University) Braunschweig has several vacancies
for research assistant positions to work on ubiquitous computing /
pervasive computing in the area of

– communication networks and engineering for sensor networks
– sensor network protocols using simulation and evaluation in the
field
– sensor network devices (hardware, firmware)
– middleware and services for sensor networks
– applications for sensor networks
– security for sensor networks
– context prediction and networking in Ubiquitous Computing
See also http://www.ibr.cs.tu-bs.de/dus/projects.html for more details.
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Positions will become available ASAP. A good honors degree in Computer
Science, Communciations Enineering, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering
or a related discipline is prerequisite, internationally visible
research results are expected. Salary will be according to level TVÖ13
of the German public service pay scale (about Euro 35.000 – 45.000).

DUS is a young and dynamic research group and offers a stimulating
atmosphere for high quality research. It is well connected with
distinguished International partners industry and academia, providing
an excellent starting point for careers both in applied and in long
term research. We are an ambitious team and above all expect
initiative and motivation from each individual. DUS is a young
research group and provides potential to follow unusual, individual
ideas within academic projects. We assume software and/or hardware
development experience in the fields described below, an ability
to get things done, and good communication skills in English.
Candidates with excellent (native) English communication skills are
expected to aquire communication skills in German soon after starting,
for all others excellent communication skills in German are
mandatory. Positions are assigned to one of the National, European
or International collaboration projects (EU/Chosen, Industry/
SmartWaggon, German/MoSe, Intl/KDDI, DFG/Context Prognosis) depending
on the candidates research topics.

For Post Doc positions course work is optional, but the candidate
is invited to establish own courses or can take part / take
over existing courses. From PhD candidates, we support and expect
to finish PhD work within 3-5 years.

The TU Braunschweig belongs to the 9 leading technical Universities
in Germany (TU9) and is an excellent starting point for your academic
or industrial career. Braunschweig was City of Science 2007 and
has the highest density of researcher in Europe.

For additional information, do not hesitate to contact Michael Beigl
(beigl@ibr.cs.tu-bs.de). Applications should contain CV,
certifications, letter of references and should be sent in electronic
form to Michael Beigl (beigl@ibr.cs.tu-bs.de). The Technical
University of Braunschweig is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
encourages applications from minority group members and women.

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