[loginf] PhD studentship in computational logic / formal methods at the University of Kassel, Germany

Martin Lange lange.martin at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 17:27:45 UTC 2012

One full-time PhD studentship is available at the School of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Kassel, Germany.
The position is funded by the ERC project "Model Checking Unleashed"
and is initially available for two years with the possibility of 
extension for
another year but no later than 30/11/2015. There are no teaching 
Starting date is negotiable.

The project investigates applications of logical methods to various
computational problems from diverse areas like database theory, graph
theory, bio-informatics, computational linguistics, etc. but also in the
classical domain of model checking, namely formal methods.

Applicants must have an MSc / diploma in computer science, mathematics,
or related areas, or should be very close to completion thereof. They 
have a good background in theoretical computer science, with strong
interest in logic, algorithmics, and/or possible application areas as 

The project is run at the Formal Methods and Software Verification group 
Working language is English. Knowledge of German is not a requirement for
this position. Further information about the FMV group is available here:

For informal enquiries please contact Martin Lange via <first 
name>.<last name>
@uni-kassel.de or +49/0 561 8046261. Applications must be directed to 
the HR
department of the University of Kassel via bewerbungen at uni-kassel.de .
They should contain a CV and names of 1-2 references, and must state the
reference number for this announcement which is 18734.

Deadline for applications is June, 30th, 2012. The official announcement 
this position is available here (in German):

Prof. Dr. Martin Lange          http://www.uni-kassel.de/~mlange
Elect. Engineering&  Comp. Science    martin.lange at uni-kassel.de
University of Kassel, Germany                 +49/0 561 804 6261

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