OFFER DEADLINE31/07/2019 13:30 - Europe/Brussels
EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMEH2020 / Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
ORGANISATION/COMPANYUniversidad de Sevilla
DEPARTMENTETS Ingeniería Informatica. Department of Computer Languages and Systems
Brief description of the institution:
The Universidad de Sevilla (US) was established in 1505 and, with more than 70000 students and 6700 staff, is the third largest university in Spain. US embraces academia, industry, engineering and science and, with a relevant educational and technological infrastructure, is an intellectual reference in the South of Europe.
More than 10000 students are following postgraduate courses, enrolled into 86 master programs and 152 doctoral programs. And the university holds academic partnerships with 850 institutions throughout the world.
US is also devoted to research and innovation; therefore, in addition to its 4300 academic staff, there are 1600 researchers and over 470 scientific groups associated to the university. Research is carried out within academic departments, in 6 research centers and 9 university research institutes.
Research facilities offer highly advanced research services at the Center for Research, Technology and Innovation (CITIUS) that provides the most advanced and state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation and techniques to research groups, public research institutes and industries This is complemented by important national research centers such as the Institute in Mathematic Research (IMUS), the Biomedicine Research Institute (IBIS), the National Research Center for Accelerators (AMS) and the Institute of Microelectronics (IMSE-CNM).
The researchers with Marie Curie contracts at US will be considered for tenure track at the end of their contract.
Brief description of the Centre/Research Group: The University of Seville is an institution that provides the public service of superior education by means of studies, teaching, and research, as well as the generation, development and diffusion of knowledge to serve citizens and society. Detail in www.us.es
Project description: Software quality assurance is a crucial aspect that has been a focus of interest to the research community and the business sector. In addition, with the continued advancement of information technology, it is crucial that this quality assurance occurs in an early stages of the life cycle of software, and a most systematic way possible, including even, automation. The essential idea of this project is to research in the early incorporation of user validation software and incorporating techniques that allow a run tests early. Both will be potentially applied in the life cycle of software development, focusing on agile and bimodal environments, and the business process management involving complex, flexible and multiorganizational such us aeronautics and some other industrial developments, the ehealth. More information in www.iwt2.org
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