Télécom Paris, a school of the IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom) and a founding member of the Institut Polytechnique de Paris, is one of the top 5 French general engineering schools. An institution on a "human scale" but with a strong international component, Télécom Paris is recognized for its proximity to companies. This public school guarantees excellent employability in all sectors and is the leading engineering school for the entire digital vertical (from hardware layers to uses).
With its excellent teaching and innovative pedagogy, Télécom Paris is at the heart of a unique innovation ecosystem, based on interaction and the importance of project mode in its training on the one hand, and its interdisciplinary research on the other. Its teacher-researchers are affiliated with two research laboratories: on the one hand, the LTCI laboratory, which is presented by the HCERES as a flagship unit in the field of digital sciences with remarkable international influence; and on the other hand, the i3 laboratory, Interdisciplinary Institute of Innovation (I3 - UMR 9217 of the CNRS), which pursues a multidisciplinary research program focused on innovation in the framework of a collaboration with the École Polytechnique and Mines ParisTech
Based in Palaiseau, at the heart of the Institut Polytechnique campus alongside the École Polytechnique, ENSTA, Télécom Sud Paris and ENSAE, Télécom Paris also has an incubator based in Paris at the heart of the French start-up ecosystem.
Télécom Paris is positioned as an open-air laboratory for all the major technological and societal challenges: artificial intelligence, quantum computing, IOT, cybersecurity, large-scale digital equipment (Cloud), 5G/6G, Green IT.
Télécom Paris invites applicants for a faculty position in the LTCI laboratory as part of the ACES ("Autonomous & Critical Embedded Systems") team in the "Computer Science and Networks" department. This recruitment will reinforce the "Cybersecurity and Risks" leadership theme of the Institut Mines Télécom as well as the "Cybersecurity" theme of the "Computer Science, Data, AI" department of the Institut Polytechnique de Paris.
The targeted research area is Software Engineering, with a preferred focus on any combination of the following sub-fields and neighboring areas:
These fields combine various aspects of computer science and are at the center of current major societal issues related to digital trust, such as: the transparency and accountability of software systems, the place of open source software in the software industry, and the digital sovereignty/autonomy of states, national enterprises, and citizens.
The successful candidate will integrate and animate a research ecosystem rich in collaborations: academic partnerships within the IMT and IP Paris (ACES is a member of the IP Paris joint team on Cyberphysical systems, collaborates with Inria and CEA on the Software Heritage project, and is involved in the French national initiative “Campus Cyber”), as well as industries through joint laboratories or research chairs (e.g., the "Cybersecurity and Digital Sovereignty" chair with IHEDN or the CyberCNI “Cybersecurity for Critical Networked Infrastructure” chair with Airbus, EDF, and Nokia, the SEIDO joint laboratory with EDF among others). The chosen candidate will be able and encouraged to extend this rich collaboration network with their own.
The retained candidate will carry out teaching activities and responsibilities in the field of cybersecurity and/or programming and/or software engineering in a variety of courses, as part of the school's engineering cycle, various research Masters at IP Paris, courses dedicated to engineers in the prestigious Corps des Mines (foremost technical Grand Corps of the French State), or PhD programs.
DESIRED SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE
Candidates are expected to have a track record in the field of applied software engineering, and in sub-fields related to cybersecurity, free/open source software, and/or mining software repositories.
Candidates who are experts in other related areas of software engineering will also be considered, depending on their track record. If in doubt, inquiries by perspective candidates are encouraged (see contact details below).
Complementary mastery of one or more of the following areas of expertise will be considered a plus:
MAIN MISSIONS OF THE POSITION
In collaboration with the other faculty members of the department:
Fostering the notoriety of Télécom Paris and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris:
Required skills, experience, and knowledge:
Preferred skills, experience, and knowledge:
Other abilities and skills:
Candidates with one or more of the following required qualifications may apply:
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should submit a single PDF file that includes:
For full consideration, applications should be received no later than 25 September 2022.
Contact: Stefano Zacchiroli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Marion Taldir <email@example.com>
Localisation: Télécom Paris, 19 Place Marguerite Perey, 91120 Palaiseau, France
Application deadline: September 25, 2022
Start date : December 2022
Paris is an equal-opportunity employer.
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