Assistant Professor of Software Engineering

Delft University of Technology
April 20 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type

The Delft Software Engineering group is looking for a talented, ambitious, and enthusiastic individual. His/her responsibilities include:

• Conducting research in the field of software engineering, including the (co-)supervision of PhD students, collaboration with other academic partners and industry, acquiring external research funding, and (co-)managing externally funded research projects;

• Teaching and developing new education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, online and on campus, including the supervision of bachelor's and master's students in their graduation projects;

• Transferring knowledge and technology to external parties;

• Performing department and faculty management tasks.

The successful candidate is expected to contribute significantly to the research portfolio of the Software Engineering research group and is encouraged to develop his/her own research line in a viable and promising subfield of software engineering.

A Tenure Track, a process leading up to a permanent appointment with the prospect of becoming an Associate or full Professor, offers young, talented academics a clear and attractive career path. During the Tenure Track, you will have the opportunity to develop into an internationally acknowledged and recognised academic. We offer a structured career and personal development programme designed to offer individual academics as much support as possible. For more information about the Tenure Track and the personal development programme, please visit Applicants must have a PhD degree in the broad field of software engineering, a proven track record of research excellence, the ambition to strengthen and expand the research and teaching of the Software Engineering research group, a team player mentality, and good communication and social skills. Preferably, the successful candidate has experience in teaching at the university level.

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