The candidate will work in the European funded project PROCESS. The goal is to narrow the gap between user communities and digital infrastructure. The research is driven by 5 concrete scientific and industrial use-cases ranging from astronomy to medical imaging and Big Data analysis for airlines. The PhD candidate will work on defining and developing reliable and scalable techniques for exascale computing.
The candidate is expected to publish his/her results in peer reviewed conferences and journals, which will form the basis of a PhD thesis to be obtained from the University of Amsterdam - promotor Rob van Nieuwpoort, co-promotor Jason Maassen. The candidate will be based at the Netherlands eScience Center in Amsterdam, but is expected to work at least one day a week at the University of Amsterdam.
The eScience Center requires:
A temporary position at the eScience Center is offered for a fixed period of 4 years within the collective agreement for Dutch Research Institutes. The salary is based on the salary scales in the cao-OI, starting at 2.246,- euro in the first year and growing to 2.879,- euro in the fourth year of employment, with a 38-hour working week. Holiday pay amounts to 8% of gross salary and we also offer a 13th month of salary as an end-of-year payment.
The eScience Center offers an interesting and challenging position with (additional) options for personal development. You will work in an international team with an informal but creative and ambitious working environment. The main location is Amsterdam (Science Park). Due to the international nature of this project, travelling - mostly within Europe - is expected.
The eScience Center has an active diversity policy and would like to hire persons with a background that is underrepresented at the eScience Center. It therefore encourages women and minorities to apply.
You can send your resume and application letter at the latest on January 5th, 2018 to email@example.com .