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Subject: Sweden, Linkoping university: PhD student position available
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 16:38:24 +0200
From: Christoph Kessler <email@example.com>
Linkvping university is one of the leading universities in Sweden,
with a strong technical profile.
At PELAB (Programming environments laboratory) I am currently
expanding my research group on compiler technology and parallel computing:
For a new project on code generation and optimization for a
reconfigurable parallel DSP chip-multiprocessor being developed
at our computer architecture division, we would like to
recruit a new
Ph.D. student (licentiate) in Computer Science
at the Department of Computer and Information Science,
division of Software and Systems,
Programming Environments laboratory (PELAB).
Requirements: Master degree (or equivalent) in computer science,
computer systems, embedded systems, or programming.
Good english in writing and speech.
A good background in the areas: computer architecture, compiler
construction, parallel programming, C and C++, is a merit.
See the official announcement with further details and
the application procedure/form at
Linkvping university shall continue to develop as an attractive
and creative work place characterized by equal opportunities,
and therefore works actively to promote diversity and gender equality.
A majority of doctoral students within the department are men,
which is why precedence will be given to women in cases where
qualifications are deemed otherwise equivalent.
Starting date: By agreement.
Deadline for application: 20 may 2008.
Applications coming in later will not be considered.
* Application process:
Mrs. Lillemor Wallgren,
Dept. of Computer and Information Science,
Graduate education office,
* Project / group information:
Prof. Dr. Christoph Kessler, PELAB
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