[time-nuts] Ph.D. and Postdoc Positions at Max-Planck Institute for Infor...

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It must be almost 2 PM in the morning ! Congratulations , can I help ?good  
luck , Ulrich 
In a message dated 7/1/2017 7:52:54 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
attila at kinali.ch writes:

Moin  moin,

Our group (where I am doing my PhD) is currently looking for PhD  or Postdoc
candidates. Our research spans an extremely wide area from  math/theoretical
computer science to low noise electronics and ASICs. One  of our main focus
is fault-tolerant clock synchronization in the low ps  level. We would
like to especially encourage people with a solid background  in
electrical/electronics engineering to apply. Even more so, if you  know
how to deal with precision time and frequency generation and/or  

On a personal note: because our research is on such a  wide field, you
are free to pursue your own research and are encouraged to  do so, as
long as it fits somehow within the general topic (which is not  hard at 

If you have questions, feel free to contact either  Christoph or me

Attila Kinali

Date: Tue, 30 May 2017 16:50:46 +0200
From: Christoph  Lenzen <clenzen at mpi-inf.mpg.de>
Subject: Ph.D. and Postdoc Positions  at MPI for Informatics, Saarbrücken, 

The Theory of Distributed  and Embedded Systems  group
)  in the Department for Algorithms & Complexity of the MPI  for
Informatics invites Ph.D. and Postdoc applications. Our research  spans
a broad range. At one end of the spectrum, we are interested in  all
aspects of the theory of distributed systems. At the other end,  we
apply these principles in the development of fault-tolerant  hardware,
including FPGA and analog/mixed-signal ASIC prototypes.  Accordingly, we
welcome all applicants with a background in computer  science,
electrical engineering, mathematics, computer engineering, or  related

Successful applicants will take part in an ERC  Starting Grant project,
which has the ambitious goal of devising highly  robust, yet efficient
systems that do not rely on centralized clocking  methods. The teaching
load is low and there is room to explore other  research avenues;
especially postdocs are encouraged to follow their own  research agenda
next to the ERC project.

For informal inquiries as  well as filing an application, please send me
an email  (clenzen at mpi-inf.mpg.de). A typical application should contain
your CV,  publication list, a brief statement (up to about one page) of
your  motivation and research interests, and your two most  interesting
publications (links suffice).

The Max Planck Society is  committed to employing more individuals with
disabilities and expressly  welcomes these to apply. The Max Planck
Society seeks to increase the  percentage of women in the areas where
they are underrepresented and  expressly encourages these to apply.

It is upon moral qualities  that a society is ultimately founded. All 
the prosperity and technological  sophistication in the world is of no 
use without that  foundation.
-- Miss Matheson, The Diamond Age, Neil  Stephenson
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