FP7 STREP Eurocloud: Research position at the University of Cyprus

FP7 STREP Research Program: Eurocloud

Research position opening at the University of Cyprus

Applications are invited for research positions (Special Scientist) in the Xi-Computer Architecture Group of the Department of Computer Science at  the University of Cyprus (UCY) (www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/carch/xi/). The successful applicant will  join the EU Framework 7 project Eurocloud (http://www.eurocloudserver.com/).

Eurocloud is a 3-year (Jan 2010 – Dec 2012) STREP project that aims to deliver a next generation energy-conscious 3D Server-on-Chip for Green Cloud Services. The project is lead by ARM and the consortium includes Nokia, IMEC, EPFL and UCY. University of Cyprus is leading the Reliability and Fault Tolerance work-package and is contributing to the other work-packages: Physical Prototype, Workload Characterization, 3D Architecture Design and Power Management, and On-chip Hierarchies and Interconnect.

We are seeking one motivated researcher with BSc in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Graduate degree will be considered an advantage. Applicants should have extensive knowledge in one of the following areas: Computer Architecture and Fault Tolerance. Previous related research experience will be considered an advantage. The post can be combined with graduate study at UCY.

The posts are until the end of the 2012 (extension possibility can be discussed). The salary will depend on qualifications.

Informal enquiries may be made by email to [email protected].

The applicants should submit:

  1. a detailed CV,
  2. contact info for at least two recommendations, and
  3. one page research statement

in electronic format (PDF) by email with subject “EUROCLOUD Special Scientist @ UCY” to [email protected] Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis starting March 12th until the positions are filled.

Please note that the positions are open to highly motivated 3rd and 4th year CS undergraduate students with exceptional academic record. 

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