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Research positions in Computer Science at U. of Cyprus

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The Department of Computer Science intends to announce shortly a number of vacancies at the level of Research Associate (RA). These RAs will join the research group of the Software Engineering and Internet Technologies (SEIT) Lab ( and will be assigned to the EU funded project MUSIC (Self-Adapting Applications for Mobile Users in Ubiquitous Computing Environments). MUSIC is an Integrated Project (IP), funded by FP6 IST, with a duration of 42 months and a budget of 14.5 MEUROs. Its purpose is to develop an open-source framework facilitating the development of self-adapting, reconfigurable software. The project is expected to commence in October 2006.

Each position is for 1 year, renewable annually up to the end of the project. The salary depends on qualifications and previous experience and ranges between 11,000 - 20,000 CY pounds per annum (1 CY = 1.75 EUR).

These posts are suitable for both holders of a doctorate degree who wish to pursue a post doc and for graduates who wish to pursue a Ph.D. For the former case, the perspective candidate should have a Ph.D. in Computer Science and a number of good quality publications. For the latter case, the perspective candidate should have a B.Sc. and preferably also a M.Sc. in Computer Science and evidence of committment to research. In both cases, the candidate should be sufficiently familiar in one or more of the following areas: Software Engineering, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Mobile Systems, Component-Based Software Development and Middleware Platforms, Internet and Service-Oriented Computing.

Potential candidates are encouraged to send a full CV to Professor George A. Papadopoulos ( at their earliest convenience.

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