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Visiting Professor Position in Software/Systems Engineering at Carlos III University of Madrid (closing date March 1, 2014)

From: Jose María Alvarez Rodríguez <chema.ar@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2014 13:35:17 +0100
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Visiting Professor Position in Software/Systems Engineering
Knowledge Reuse Research Group
Department of Informatics
Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain

Please see the link below for details:


Closing date is 1 March 2014.


The Department of Informatics and the Knowledge Reuse Research Group need
to fill a Visiting Professor position. This position will begin on
September 1st, 2014. Applicants must have completed a PhD. in Software
Engineering, Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology
or a closely related field by the application closing date.

Candidates must show exceptional promise in both research and teaching
areas. The target areas of interest to cover in this position includes (but
not limited to):

-Software Engineering
-Systems Engineering
-Software Architecture
-UML and SysML modeling
-Model-based Engineering
-Requirements Engineering
-Knowledge-based Systems
-Information Retrieval

The candidate is expected to work with researchers from other disciplines
across the University and industrial partners around the world. Candidates
will have a strong background on Software engineering and will be able to
demonstrate the ability to undertake interdisciplinary research and to
contribute to the development of a new wave of Software Engineering
education programmes at both Bachelor and Master levels.

The candidate should have a strong track record in relevant fields of
Software Engineering. Furthermore a substantial external reputation should
be demonstrated with special emphasis of academic potential through
high-quality research publications. The expected candidate must have good
ability to write and read English in order to prepare and teach courses as
University teacher. Knowledge about Spanish language is not necessary but
it would be valued.

Please see the link below for further details:



Excellent regards,

Dr. Jose María Alvarez-Rodríguez on behalf of the Knowledge Reuse Research

WWW: www.josemalvarez.es
Skype: josem.alvarez
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