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|Date:||6 Oct 2003 21:25:48 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||06 Oct 2003 21:25:48 EDT|
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Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2003 10:27:22 +0100
From: Susan Bates <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Chairs, Readers And Lecturers (Durham, UK)
UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Chairs, Readers and Lecturers
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Durham is to
make up to 10 appointments at the level of Chair, Reader and Lecturer.
These are non-fixed-term positions and are tenable from 1st January
2004 or from a mutually acceptable date thereafter.
Applicants should have research interests in software engineering,
distributed computing or theoretical computer science (under a broad
interpretation), although strong candidates with research interests in
other areas of Computer Science are welcome to apply. Candidates with
research interests relating to e-Science and inter-disciplinary
research are particularly encouraged to apply. Indeed, one
Lectureship will be reserved exclusively for such a candidate.
The Departmentís web-pages can be found at:
and further details as regards the positions at:
Potential candidates are strongly encouraged to contact Professor Iain
Stewart (Head of Department) for informal discussions:
e-mail: email@example.com, tel: +44 (0)191 334 1720.
The closing date for applications is 1st November 2003.
From: "Klaus Ostermann" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Research Associate in Aspect-Oriented Software Development (Dartstadt, DE)
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 14:53:35 +0200
Organization: Technische Universitaet Darmstadt
The Software Technology group of the Computer Science Department
at Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany, has a job opening
in the area of
Aspect-Oriented Software Development
with possibility to obtain a PhD
DESCRIPTION OF THE RESEARCH
An important current direction in software engineering research
addresses so-called "cross cutting concerns", aspects that are
inherently difficult to modularize with conventional languages and
technologies. This gives rise to the aspect-oriented programming
paradigm, in which new technologies are invented to deal with cross
The research in this position takes place in the context of the Caesar
project (see http://caesarj.org). Its purpose is to develop the next
generation of aspect-oriented programming languages. We cooperate with
different software companies in order to evaluate our technology in
real-world projects. The research will be in one or several of the
following topics: development and implementation of new language
mechanisms, tools, and execution environments for aspect-oriented
software development, monitoring and supporting the evaluation of
these new technologies in the projects with our industry partners.
The work will be carried out within the Software Technology and
the newly established Aspect-Oriented Programming group. We
collaborate with international research groups as well as leading
software engineering companies.
Applicants must have a master's degree in computer science or a
related field, preferably with a strong emphasis in software
engineering, programming languages, and object-oriented programming.
The employment will be in salary scale BAT IIa, corresponding
to a gross salary of about 3000 Euro per month. We also offer a
generous holiday allowance and a pleasant working environment.
FURTHER INFORMATION and APPLICATIONS
Further information can be obtained from
Mira Mezini, +49 6151 165311, or
Klaus Ostermann, +49 6151 163908
Send email to email@example.com
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