Dr. Qun Song will be joining TU Delft in Nov 2022 as a tenure-track assistant professor. A fully funded Ph.D. position is immediately available at the Embedded and Networked Systems Group of the Department of Software Technology, EEMCS, TU Delft. Interested candidates can send CV, transcript, and TOEFL/IELTS (if applicable) to Q.Songfirstname.lastname@example.org. Successful candidate will be co-supervised by Dr. Qun Song and Prof. dr. Koen Langendoen. The candidate will conduct research in Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) with focus topics on:
- Reliable design of AIoT systems, including components of robustness, security, privacy, computing, etc.
- AI for autonomous cyber-physical systems, e.g., autonomous vehicles.
- Embedded AI for IoT systems.
- The candidate must hold a master’s degree in CS/EE/Math and meet the TU Delft PhD admission requirements.
- Solid programming skills and prototyping capabilities.
- Knowledgeable in machine learning and deep learning.
- Research experience in IoT, sensing, mobile computing, AI, security, and privacy will be preferred.
The successful candidate will be offered a 4-year contract. Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities, increasing from around 2,400 euros per month in the first year to around 3,100 euros in the fourth year.
About TU Delft and ENS Group
TU Delft is the oldest and largest Dutch public technical university, located in Delft, Netherlands. According to 2022 QS World University Rankings, TU Delft is ranked 10th for Engineering & Technology globally. The Embedded and Networked Systems Group of TU Delft is a world-leading research group in the fields of embedded systems, mobile computing, and networking. The group has strong publication records in top-tier conferences including SIGCOMM, MobiCom, SenSys, IPSN, UbiComp, INFOCOM, SIGMETRICS, etc. The MobiCom 2020 Best Paper and Best Paper Runner-Up are awarded to the group members. Ph.D. graduates and postdocs from the group found jobs in Google, Meta, Amazon, Samsung, and MSR as well as assistant professor positions in world-famous universities including TU Delft, University of Trento, and Wageningen University. Note that Dutch language is not required for the candidate since the Netherlands is the top English-Speaking country outside the Anglosphere and English is the official working language at TU Delft.