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Application deadline; May 15, 2008. Reference number 2008/93

Chalmers University of Technology seeks applicants for a professorship  
in Software Engineering with experience of projects in cooperation  
with industry. The focus of the position is on verification and  
validation of software.

The position will be placed at the IT University of Gothenburg which  
is part of both Chalmers University of Technology and University of  
Gothenburg. The IT University offers a meeting place between academia,  
society and industry. Under the umbrella of the IT University are the  
Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Department of  
Applied IT, both joint between Chalmers and University of Gothenburg.

Profile and focus
The position covers theories, methods, and tools for software  
verification, including both formal verification and testing. The  
focus is on both engineering and management of software quality,  
covering technical and process-oriented aspects for industrial scale  

To be qualified for a position as professor requires a relevant PhD  
and an international track record of academic research in the IT area,  
demonstrated by a list of publications, documented scientific and  
pedagogical skills and an ability to take leadership in research.
We seek applicants that can define and execute research programs in  
which research problems are formulated in line with state-of-the-art  
research in software verification derived from industrial software  
development projects. Collaborative research with industry is very  
important. Documented ability to attract external funding is also  
important. Your own research and the PhD students are financed  
primarily by external grants.
The applicant's ability to cooperate with society at large and to  
inform about research will also be considered.

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