The successful candidate will join a strong and motivated research unit to conduct research in the area of Space Informatics.
They will also be involved in building up the Interdisciplinary Space Master, including a module on Security and Reliability.
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PhD degree in Computer Science, Robotics, Engineering, Mathematics, Telecommunications, or a related discipline.
Expertise in methods for guaranteeing security and reliability is a plus. For example, methods applicable to testing and formally verifying systems, methods for designing secure systems.
Experience in projects with applications to Space Informatics; or a clear vision for how their research methodology is relevant to Space Informatics.
Experience with international cooperation.
Experience in teaching.
A strong research publication record.
Fluent written and verbal communication skills in English.
Commitment, creativity, and teamwork skills.
The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
You will work in a stimulating international and interdisciplinary environment.