Research staff position at LIP6

Les annonces, les colloques, les postes, ...

Modérateur : kaiser

Répondre
kaiser
Messages : 323
Inscription : 03 nov. 2004 17:40

Research staff position at LIP6

Message par kaiser » 01 août 2008 19:52

Date : 17 juillet 2008 23:57:52 HAEC
De : patrick.g.senac@gmail.com
Objet : [asr-forum] Research staff position at LIP6
À : ASR-forum@cines.fr
Research staff position
Advertised: July 2008

"Ingenieur d'Etudes" (Research Engineer)
LIP6-CNRS Laboratory of UPMC Paris Universitas (Université de Paris VI)
(Note: Though the position is in a French laboratory, the ability to speak
French is not a requirement to start the job.)

Summary
Starting date: September 2008.
Length of contract: 15 months (initial contract).
Salary: approximately 2775 Euros/month gross.
(Note: The take-home amount in France, after the standard pension, health
care, and tax withholding amounts have been removed, is typically 0.8 times
the gross salary.)

Employer:
Network and Performance Analysis (NPA) Group
LIP6 Computer Science Laboratory
UPMC Paris Universitas
Paris, France
http://www-rp.lip6.fr/site_npa/site_rp/

Assignment: Oversee the administration of the PlanetLab Europe test bed and
contribute to its development.

Education
* Engineering degree, with a specialization in computer networks, or
* Doctorate in computer science.

Languages
* Fluency in English.
* Fluency in another language of the European Union. (Helpful)
* Basic ability in French. (Helpful)

Technical competencies
* Linux systems administration.
* Linux systems development.
* Python programming.
* Apache, BIND, Postfix and Sendmail administration. (Helpful)
* C and SQL programming. (Helpful)
* Linux VServer or other virtualization system expertise. (Helpful)

Qualities
* Research-oriented.
* Thrives in a collaborative work environment.
* Good communication skills.
* Rigor in software development.

Job Description

The PlanetLab test bed is a global infrastructure of over eight hundred
Linux-based machines hosted at over 400 research institutions across the
globe. These machines are connected to the Internet, so that researchers and
others can log into them and deploy software and run experiments across the
network. PlanetLab has become the test bed of choice for researchers wishing
to publish their experimental results in the leading IEEE and ACM journals
and conference proceedings.

PlanetLab Europe <http://www.planet-lab.eu/> (PLE) is the European arm of
PlanetLab. It is led by UPMC as part of the European Community's OneLab2
project <http://www.one-lab-2.org/>. OneLab2 is putting PLE at the core of
an emerging large-scale shared experimental facility for Europe. As part of
this effort, OneLab2 is adding new capabilities, such as wireless and
emulation, to PLE, and is federating PLE with novel networking environments
(such as networking based on situated and autonomic communications, or SAC).
OneLab2 is also federating PLE with other PlanetLab authorities worldwide:
PLE is already federated with PlanetLab Central at Princeton University, and
there are plans to federate with PlanetLab Japan, among others.

The Networks and Performance Analysis (NPA) Group at the LIP6-CNRS
laboratory of UPMC is recruiting a research staff member to administer the
PLE test bed and contribute to its development. The candidate recruited will
have administrative, programming, and research responsibilities.

* Administratively, she or he will be the lead member of a team of systems
engineers who are ensuring the smooth functioning of the PLE servers and
nodes, and who provide support to PLE users. An important aspect of this
activity is to document the procedures for installing and running a public
PlanetLab system, to facilitate the emergence of new PlanetLab authorities
worldwide. Experience in Linux systems administration is essential for this.

* Programming will be devoted to maintaining and developing PLE. Linux
systems development experience and strong programming abilities in Python
are a must. Programming abilities in C and SQL are also helpful.

* In terms of research, there will be opportunities to co-author scientific
papers. Research-inclined candidates are preferred.

The position is to work in a French-speaking environment, however French is
not a requirement to start the job. Almost all colleagues are conversant in
English, and the collaboration at the European level and with the United
States will take place in English. Team members who have joined the NPA
group in the past with limited or no French have achieved good fluency over
time. Readiness to learn French is a requirement of the job.

In order to establish a trans-European administrative team, providing
customer support for the platform, it would be extremely helpful if the
candidate masters at least one European Union language other than English,
French or Portuguese.

The LIP6 Computer Science Laboratory of UPMC Paris Universitas is committed
to hiring well-qualified people, without discriminating on the basis of
gender, ethnic origins, or handicap. Women candidates are encouraged to
apply.

Job application

Please provide the following:
* A CV, in PDF format, in either English or French
* A letter of motivation
* The names of three references who can be contacted for letters of
recommendation

There is no fixed deadline, though we do intend to hire as soon as possible.


Contact

Timur Friedman and Frederic Vaissade
Laboratoire LIP6-CNRS
104 avenue du President Kennedy
75016 Paris, France
Email: timur.friedman@upmc.fr, frederic.vaissade@lip6.fr (subject:
[PlanetLab Europe job])
Please do not hesitate to inquire for more details before submitting an
application.

Répondre

Qui est en ligne ?

Utilisateurs parcourant ce forum : Aucun utilisateur inscrit et 1 invité