INRIA Postdoctoral position in MDE & Cloud computing



INRIA Postdoctoral position in MDE & Cloud computing

From: Jordi Cabot <jordi.cabot_at_inria.fr>
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 11:40:08 +0100
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AtlanMod INRIA research team at Ecole des Mines de Nantes
(http://www.emn.fr/x-info/atlanmod) has a 16 month open postdoctoral
position in the field of Model-Driven engineering.


The postdoctoral research is placed in the context of studying the
relationship between Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) and Cloud
Computing. In his/her work, the post-doctorate researcher will
investigate the synergies between the two paradigms both studying: 1 –
How Modeling and MDE can improve the development of cloud applications
(Modeling for the cloud), e.g., by using model-driven reverse
engineering techniques to extract models out of legacy software and
then employing model transformations to “modernize” these models to
facilitate the regeneration of the software under a cloud computing
architecture or building bridges to enable the interoperability
between different cloud vendors. 2 – How cloud computing can improve
the scalability of MDE techniques by acting as a new infrastructure
for the execution of MDE techniques, e.g., by enabling the parallel
execution of model transformations on large models loaded on a set of
virtual nodes within the cloud.

We are open to consider other topics if you want to propose your own
and fits our research interests.  To apply, please visit the INRIA
recruitment page
(http://www.inria.fr/en/institute/recruitment/offers/post-doctoral-research-fellowships/campaign-2012
)  and select the position entitled “ATLANMOD – Modeling in and for
the cloud.” where you will find all the instructions.

Feel free to contact me for more information.

Jordi Cabot

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AtlanMod Research Team
INRIA - École des Mines de Nantes
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