PhD position at University of Amsterdam (programming languages and energy-aware multi-core computing)
The System and Network Engineering Lab (SNE) in the Informatics
Institute of the University of Amsterdam invites applications for a
fully funded PhD candidate position in the area of programming languages
and energy-aware multi-core computing. The PhD candidate will be
involved in the EU Horizon-2020 research project TeamPlay (Time, Energy
and security Analysis for Multi/Many-core heterogenous PLAtforms) and
work on coordination technologies for energy-aware multi-core computing
under the supervision of Dr Clemens Grelck and Dr Sebastian Altmeyer.
The appointment will be full-time (38 hours a week) for a period of 4
years (initial employment is for 18 months) and is expected to lead to a
doctoral dissertation (PhD thesis). The salary is in accordance with the
university regulations for academic personnel and will range from €2,222
(first year) up to a maximum of €2,840 (last year) before tax per month
(scale P) based on a full-time appointment. Additional benefits such as
the 8% holiday allowance and the 8.3% end of year allowance effectively
lead to (almost) 14 salaries per year.
This is a paid position as a staff member of the Informatics Institute
with all advantages and privileges of the Dutch higher education sector!
The University of Amsterdam is one of the top research universities in
Europe, and the Informatics Institute has consistently been ranked among
the top 100 computer science departments in the world.
Come to work in one of Europe’s top universities and live in one of
Europe's most beautiful and cosmopolitan cities.