FULL TIME PERMANENT RESEARCH POSITIONS IN LILLE, FRANCE
Inria opens on January 15, 2018 nine competitions of normal class researchers. 23 positions will be filled in the 8 research centers of the Institute. The deadline for submitting applications is 19 February 2018 midnight French time.
CRCN “Young graduate scientist”
The CRCN position is a research position for both Junior (old CR2) and Senior (old CR1) level researchers. No teaching, permanent position with tenure after a probation period of 12 Months.
• Holders of a doctorate or equivalent degree;
• Applicants able to prove publications and scientific work deemed equivalent.
There are no age limits or nationality requirements for the recruitment of young graduated scientists.
More information: https://www.inria.fr/en/institute/recruitment/offers/young-graduate-scientist/competitive-selection-crcn
The candidate must have a doctoral degree, a strong background in Computer Science, and internationally significant research achievements in software engineering (particularly software evolution) and/or programming languages.
• Research (no teaching).
• Help manage the RMoD Research group.
• Be involved with the self-governance of the Inria Lab and Inria as a whole.
• Guide PhD students (and therefore get a French habilitation to be able to formally supervise PhD students).
• Help acquire additional funds for PhD students, Postdocs and Engineers.
• Transfer research results to the real world.
Join one of our two lines of research: Tools for Software Maintenance or New Programming Language Constructs for Software Evolution.
Lille is strategically located in Northern Europe with train connections to Paris (1h) , London (1h30) and Brussels (30 min.) The Nord Pas de Calais region is a dynamic area in both industry and research for computer science with companies that are european leaders in their branch. Lille, the capital of northern France is an attractive metropolis of over 1 million inhabitants. Cost of living in Lille is lower than that of very big cities such as Paris and London.
RMoD is an Inria research project team. It consists of 6 permant researchers (Inria CR and DR, as well as University Assistant Professors) and Engineers, postdocs and students (Master and PhD). RMoD is an international team with more than 20 members from six countries.
• RMoD: http://rmod.lille.inria.fr
• INRIA Lille: http://www.inria.fr/lille/
• INRIA in General: http://www.inria.fr
Please contact the head of the research team: Stephane Ducasse or one of the following group members: Nicolas Anquetil or Marcus Denker. (Note from Bruce, if you don’t know Stephane or Marcus and can’t find their email addresses then you probably are not suited for this job)