PhD: Airworthy Domain-specific Modelling
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18.03.2020 - 09:48
Your opportunity to join the highly innovative, friendly, and international field of aircraft electronics and software:
Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) are state of the art in all current air vehicles. IMA share computing resources in a highly safety-critical domain. Although having advantages in volume, weigh, and cost, IMA system development, integration, and configuration is very time consuming and costly. Domain-specific models and automation can reduce the effort significantly, but current methods and tools contain unsafe concepts and are based on technologies unsuitable for a productive use in aerospace tools. Within the project TALIA it shall be searched for deterministic domain-specific modeling and model transformation concepts as well as an implementation that is suitable for potentially qualifieable software tools.
Offered is a full position payed according to the German tariff (TV-L 13). A self-controlled management of project duties, publications, and technical and scientific progress is expected.
Interested? Send your application including motivation, CV, and certificates to the email below. German or English both are fine.
University of Stuttgart / Institute of Aircraft Systems
- PhD-eligable diploma or master in aerospace engineering or computer science
- Background domain-specific modelling, model transformation, or data-bases
- Basic knowledge in aerospace safety and certification regulations
Herr Björn Annighöfer
+49 711 685 62703
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Institut für Luftfahrtsysteme
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