Researchers positions available at INRIA Rennes
INRIA Rennes Bretagne Altantique invites applications for the position of research scientists (both for junior researchers (CR2 / CR1) as well as senior researchers (DR2) in the area of Software Engineering for Service Computing.
- Junior researcher: PhD in Computer Science, excellent research track
- Senior researcher: PhD in Computer Science plus several (7-10) years of excellent research track, ability to attract funding, and team leadership
Why join INRIA?
INRIA key objective is to make major scientific and technological breakthroughs in the priority areas described in its Strategic Plan and especially in Software Engineering for Service Computing. We are looking to recruit innovative researchers throughout the world and thus to maximise the possibilities for those research lecturers, researchers, engineers and support personnel who view INRIA as a stepping stone in their careers. We are currently looking for experienced, competent researchers capable of organising teams of young scientists and of building external partnerships. The small size of these research teams fosters a climate of exchange, dialogue and respect for each individual. Our policy of professional development favours the personal growth and motivation of all our collaborators. Since 2000, INRIA has been pursuing an ambitious development programme aimed at doubling the Institute's size in 10 years.
Why at INRIA Rennes?
INRIA Rennes is at the forefront of research in the area of Software Engineering for Service Computing with several teams covering a large spectrum of research activities. Most of these teams are join teams with the University of Rennes 1, and are located on its campus.
Rennes, the capital city of Brittany, is really a lively campus town located 2 hours from Paris in the west of France. It is reknown for is quality of life and its vibrant, student friendly, atmosphere.
For further information regarding careers at INRIA, see http://www.inria.fr/travailler/index.en.html
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