`The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University.
The University of Luxembourg is recruiting for the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) an:
CHIEF SCIENTIST II / Associate Professor in Resilient Computing in Cyber-Physical and Embedded Systems (m/f)
The successful candidate will conduct research and technology transfer in the area of Resilient Computing, with emphasis in the sub-area of Cyber-Physical and Embedded Systems. The candidate should have a strong and growing reputation as an international leader in the field. The candidate will build/lead a research team within the CritiX (Critical and Extreme Security and Dependability) Research Group at SnT. The Research Group conducts state-of-the-art research, seeking scholarly impact, as well as potential exploitation through close collaboration with industry partners, and is engaged in a number of National, European and International projects.
The candidate will mentor students, and define, acquire, and manage projects as principal investigator. She/he will assume a leading role in the sub-area of Cyber-Physical and Embedded Systems, contributing to the global evolution and sustainability of the research of the Group and SnT.
The mission is to:
- Acquire, manage and contribute to research, innovations, and technology transfer activities with private and public partners as principal investigator
- Build and manage relationships with international/industrial/public partners
- Disseminate scientific results in top conferences/journals
- Independently supervise PhD candidates and research associates
- Perform management and academic duties consonant with the position at stake
- Prepare and contribute to European, International and National research proposals to sustain the group’s strategic research
The candidate will work closely with Prof. Esteves-Veríssimo and the team members of the CritiX Research Group. Doing so will require contributing to research, innovations, technology transfer, and management activities, with English being the working language across all these activities.