The Department of Computer Science is seeking to recruit 2 Research Fellows onto the SCHEME - Safety Critical Harsh Environment Microprocessing Evolution project, which is co-funded by InnovateUK and by partners from the UK civil avionics industry.The Department of Computer Science of the University of York leads two strands of work in SCHEME: These positions are for the model-based software engineering strand.
You will be classed as a full-time researcher, however, opportunities will be available to help grow your experience to help secure a future position, including in academia.
The successful candidates will contribute to a subset of various activities depending on their skills, interests and experience, including, but not limited to:-
Facilitate static analysis of model management programs across different integrated development environments (IDEs) using state-of-the-art technologies such as the Language Server Protocol (LSP).
Propose novel methods for program/model coverage of model management programs and their tests.
Enable user-friendly web-based reviewing of domain-specific models (e.g. in the context of GitHub pull requests).
Improve interoperability between software and electronics modelling tools.
Facilitate semantic queries spanning different versions of a model (e.g. versioned in a Git repository).
PhD in Computer Science or equivalent experience
First degree in Computer Science or related subject
Knowledge in Computer Science (or Related) to engage in high quality research
Knowledge of model-based software engineering technologies
Strong object-oriented software design and development (preferably Java) skills
Highly developed communication skills to engage effectively with a wide-ranging audience, both orally and in writing, using a range of media
Ability to write up research work for publication and onward dissemination
Experience of undertaking publicly evidenced high quality research
Interview date: TBC
For informal enquiries: please contact Dimitirs Kolovos, firstname.lastname@example.org
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