TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS AT THE IMDEA SOFTWARE INSTITUTE. MADRID SPAIN


TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS AT THE IMDEA SOFTWARE INSTITUTE
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The IMDEA Software Institute invites applications for multiple
tenure-track (Assistant Professor) faculty positions.  We are
primarily interested in recruiting excellent candidates in the areas
of Data Science, including machine learning; Privacy; and Systems,
including parallel and distributed systems, embedded systems, hybrid
and heterogeneous architectures, etc.  However, we are open to other
areas within the general research focus of the Institute.
Tenured-level (Associate and Full Professor) applications will also be
considered.


The primary mission of the IMDEA Software Institute is to perform
research of excellence at the highest international level in the area
of software development technologies.  It is one of the highest ranked
institutions worldwide in its main topic areas.

Selection Process
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The main selection criteria will be the candidate’s demonstrated
ability and commitment to research, the match of interests with the
institute’s mission, and how the candidate complements areas of
established strengths of the institute. All positions require a
doctoral degree in Computer Science or a closely related area, earned
by the expected start date. Candidates for tenure-track positions will
have shown exceptional promise in research and will have displayed an
ability to work independently as well as collaboratively. Candidates
for tenured positions must possess an outstanding research record,
have recognized international stature, and demonstrated leadership
abilities. Experience in graduate student supervision is also valued
at this level.

Applications should be completed using the application form at

https://careers.imdea.org/software/

For full consideration, complete applications must be received by
January 15, 2018 although applications will continue to be accepted
until the positions are filled.

Working at the IMDEA Software Institute
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The institute is located in the vibrant area of Madrid, Spain.  It
offers an ideal working environment, combining the best aspects of a
research center and a university department.  Its researchers can
focus on developing new ideas and projects, in collaboration with
world-leading, international faculty, post-docs, and students.
Researchers also have the opportunity (but no obligation) to teach
university courses.  The institute offers institutional funding and
also encourages its members to participate in national and
international research projects. The working language at the institute
is English.

Salaries at the Institute are internationally competitive and
established on an individual basis. They include social security
provisions in accordance with existing national Spanish legislation,
and in particular access to an excellent public health care system.

Further information about the Institute’s current faculty and research
can be found at http://www.software.imdea.org

The IMDEA Software Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
strongly encourages applications from a diverse and international
community and underrepresented groups. The institute complies with the
European Charter for Researchers.


About nesus

Jesus Carretero is a Full Professor of Computer Architecture and Technology at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), where he is responsible for that knowledge area since 2000. He is also Director of the Master in Administration and Management of Computer Systems, which he founded in 2004. He also serves and has served as a Technology Advisor and in applied projects with several companies such as RENFE, EADS, INDRA, SIEMENS or ISOLUX, developing research and innovation projects. He is a project reviewer for Spanish research ministry and also European Union. His research activity is centered on high-performance computing systems, distributed systems and real-time systems. He has participated and leaded several national and international research projects in these areas, founded by Madrid Regional Government, Spanish Education Ministry and the European union. He was teaching in Facultad de Informática of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain) since 1989 until 1997. In 1997 and 1998 he was a visiting scholar at the NorthWestern University of Chicago (Ill, USA), where he was researching with Prof. Alok Choudhary. He works currently at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, where he has been teaching since 2000. Carretero is a senior member of the IEEE Computer Society and member of the ACM.