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Doctoral Students: Continuous Verification of CYber-Physical Systems (ConVeY)

Several Positions in DFG Research Training Group ConVeY (m,w,d)

15.02.2021, Wissenschaftliches Personal

ConVeY is a DFG research training group, affiliated with LMU and TUM. Networks, computers, sensors and actuators are being increasingly integrated into cyber-physical systems, i.e. software systems that interact with the physical world and must cope with its continuous behavior. Ideally their design and deployment should be accompanied by a formal check of correct behav- ior. A fundamental challenge in the verification of cyber-physical systems is that they are subject to change. The physical environment changes continuously, at runtime and in ways that cannot be completely foreseen at the design stage. At the same time, the requirements may change. Sought-after aspects include more functionality, lower power consumption or faster response. In many cases, the system should be migrated to a different hardware platform. To face this multi- level continuous change, we are looking for excellent candidates to perform research in this area.

- Above-average university degree in Computer Science of Electrical Engineering (or similar)
- Interest in cyber-physical systems, in robustness, safety or correctness of systems
- Basic knowledge in formal methods and/or control theory
- Goal-oriented, independent and structured work style

- Current research topic in a challenging international working environment
- Full-time position (E13 TV-L) with the perspective to receive a doctoral degree

Please send us your application by email with the following documents:
- CV, copies of relevant certificates and diplomas, contact information of two references
- Short description of your research interests and your motivation for the application
- Master thesis and/or up to 3 publications (if available)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1st, 2021 – Start of Contract July 1st, 2021

TUM is aiming to increase the number of women employees and applications from women are expressly welcomed. People with disabilities, with essentially the same suitability and qualifi-cation will be preferred. As you apply for a position at the TUM, you provide personal data. Please note our data protection information according to Art. 13 Data Protection Basic Regula-tion (DSGVO) on the collection and processing of personal data in connection with your appli-cation. By submitting your application you confirm that you have taken note of the data protec-tion information of the TUM.

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Kontakt: Prof. Helmut Seidl seidl@in.tum.de (Phone +49 89 289 – 18155)

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