The Computational logic, Languages, Implementation, and Parallelism Laboratory

Postdoc Positions

Application deadline 10th of february (5 year Researcher position) and 17th of february (3 year Postdoc position)

The CLIP (Computational Logic, Implementation and Parallelism) group is searching for candidates for postdoctoral research positions in the research areas in which the group is involved. A PhD in Computer Science or related areas is required.

These are research positions (no teaching is compulsory, although it is allowed) and renewable for up to 3 or 5 years. Knowledge of Spanish is not a prerequisite for application and candidates can be of any nationality. The working language at the CLIP group for research is English.

  • The initial salary for the 5 year Researcher position is 44370 Euros/year plus an initial budget of 15000 Euros for travel and other expenses during the first year. For this position, it is required that the candidate has obtained her/his PhD between the years 1999 and 2007.
  • The salary for the 3 year postdoc position is 33660 Euros/year. The candidate must have obtained the PhD after 1st of September 2005.

The number of positions available depends on the quality of the applicants. The positions are co-funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology and the Technical University of Madrid within the Ramón y Cajal and Juan de la Cierva programs.

Selection Process:

Interested applicants should send their CV and a description of their research interests to the CLIP group at <clip-staff at clip dot dia dot fi dot upm dot es> well before the deadline above. The CLIP group will perform a pre-selection of the best applicants based on their scientific merits and the relevance of their research interests and experience to the research activities of the group. The CLIP group will then assist the pre-selected candidates in accomplishing all required steps to present the required documentation for the final evaluation step. The applications, will then be sent to the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology which performs the final selection. The details of this step are described here.

More details on the CLIP group, publications, projects, and research areas of interest can be found at our WWW site (see, e.g., the listing of research topics and publications). For more information on any of the above, please contact <clip-staff at clip dot dia dot fi dot upm dot es>.