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PhD position in semantic interoperability of meta-models

From: Philippe Thiran <pthiran@fundp.ac.be>
Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 05:49:35 -0700 (PDT)
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Open PhD position in Computer Science
Semantic interoperability of meta-models

The PReCISE Research centre of the University of Namur – Belgium
(http://www.fundp.ac.be/en/precise) announces the opening of one research
position in software engineering.

The project consists in semantic interoperability of meta-models. The
position will first be given for a probationary period of one year, before
confirming the successful candidate in his PhD project (3-4 years). The
salary is competitive. The candidate is expected to start on September 1st,


- Good Master's degrees in Computer Science or closely related disciplines;
- Good knowledge of data models, distributed systems, software engineering,
semantic web and excellent programming skills;
- Good knowledge of English is required;


Interested candidates should send **by email only**, preferably by July,
5, 2009
- an application letter, indicating research area of interest (software
engineering, cooperative systems, web semantics, model driven engineering) ;
- a detailed CV, including a list of courses completed and marks received ;
- an electronic copy of any relevant material (thesis, reports, ...) ;
- proof of English  proficiency.


Professor Vincent ENGLEBERT
Faculty of Computer Science
University of Namur, Belgium


Professor Philippe THIRAN
Faculty of Computer Science
University of Namur, Belgium


The PReCISE research centre (http://www.fundp.ac.be/en/precise) is the
Belgian centre of excellence in Information systems management and
engineering. The group involves more than 40 researchers including
professors, post-doc's and PhD students.

The Faculty of Computer Science is one of the oldest European faculties in
Information System. It has about 400 students, 80 staff members, out of whom
16 are full-time professors and 50 are researchers. Established in 1969, the
Faculty of Computer Science has graduated more than 1.600 students, all of
them with highly appreciated qualifications at the international level. The
FUNDP is a midsize university of about 5,000 students, and is a member of
the Académie Universitaire Louvain comprising about 30,000 students. It has
developed intensive collaboration with many national and international
universities and research centres.

Capital of Wallonia, Namur is a charming city of 100,000 inhabitants located
50 km south of Brussels and 2h30 from Paris and London.

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