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Position as PhD/Postdoctoral fellow in games for privacy awareness (IE 168-2018)

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Position as PhD/Postdoctoral fellow in games for privacy awareness (IE 168-2018)

One PhD or Postdoctoral fellowship position at the Department of Computer Science on Serious Games for Privacy (related to IKTPLUSS project ALerT, Awareness Learning Tools for Data Sharing Everywhere).

We invite applications for one PhD or Postdoctoral fellowship at the Department of Computer Science, NTNU in Trondheim on serious games for privacy. The fellowship is connected to the IKTPLUSS project ALerT, Awareness Learning Tools for Data Sharing Everywhere. The appointment is for a term of 3 years, or 4 years with teaching duties equivalent to 25%. This is a researcher training position aimed at providing promising researcher recruits the opportunity of academic development.

Information about the department

The Department of Computer Science (IDI) is responsible for teaching and research that span the complete width of computer and information science, including computer hardware, algorithms, visual computing, AI, databases, software engineering, information systems, learning technologies, HCI, CSCW, and applied computing. IDI is the largest department within the IE faculty, and the leading IT-department in Norway providing a broad spectrum of theoretical and applied IT studies on Bachelor, Master, and PhD-level. IDI has branches in both Trondheim and Gjøvik. To find out more about the department’s research and educational activities please visit: https://www.ntnu.edu/idi/. Work location for the selected fellow is Trondheim.

Work description 

The fellowship is associated with the project ALerT, financed by the NFR program IKTPLUSS. The project aims to develop tools for evoking awareness about personal information in digital environments. By using these tools, citizens will learn about what happens to their personal information, the value this information has to the commercial entities, privacy issues, and legal rights. In addition to NTNU, the project consortium includes the Norwegian Computing Center (coordinator), the Department of Psychosocial Science, University of Bergen, the Norwegian Consumer Council and Karlstad University. The position will be located at the Department of Computer Science, NTNU in Trondheim.

The research is expected to focus on the development and evaluation of serious games for evoking awareness on privacy. Therefore, we require a solid knowledge of serious games, learning technologies, and/or interaction design.

The research of the candidate must be aligned with the overall goals of the project. The PhD/postdoctoral fellow is expected to cooperate with the other members of the consortium to conduct user studies, design the games, conduct experiments, and disseminate the project results. The candidate will collaborate with other members of the project as well as national and international collaborators, and possibly supervise master theses having synergies with own research.

Qualifications

For the PhD fellowship, applicants must have a Master’s degree in Computer Science or Informatics, with focus on Learning Technologies, Game design, HCI or equivalent.

For the postdoc fellowship, the candidates should have the following qualifications:

  • PhD degree in human-centered computing, serious games or equivalent is required
  • Hands-on experience with game development and programming skills
  • Good understanding of quantitative and qualitative analysis methods
  • Demonstrated research capability via a good publications record
  • TOEFL
  • Academic IELTS
  • Cambridge CAE / CPE

Minimum scores are:

  • TOEFL: 600 (paper-based test), 92 (Internet-based test)
  • Academic IELTS: 6.5, with no section lower than 5.5
  • CAE/CPE: grade B or A

Formal regulations

Appointments will be made in accordance with current university regulations. The applicant must agree to the conditions laid down for public employees and must sign a contract regulating the starting date and duration of employment.

The positions adhere to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age, and gender. NTNU wishes to increase the number of women in its workforce, and female candidates are therefore encouraged to apply.

For the PhD fellowship, the candidate will be required to enroll in the PhD program in Information Technology at the NTNU, and must therefore satisfy the admission requirements, see www.ntnu.edu/studies/phit for more details. In brief, the academic degree must be equivalent to at least 5 years of study, and the ECTS grade average must be A or B.

Salary and general information

The position as PhD fellowship, code 1017 Stipendiat, is normally in salary grade range 51- 58 in the Norwegian State salary scale, gross NOK 449.400 – 505 800 per year, depending on qualifications.

The position postdoctoral fellowship, code 1352 Post doctor, is normally in salary grade range 59-74 in the Norwegian State salary scale, gross NOK 515.200 – 682.200 per year, depending on qualifications.

A deduction of 2% is made as a statutory contribution to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.

We can offer:

  • An informal and friendly workplace with dedicated colleagues
  • Academic challenges in an international environment
  • Attractive schemes for housing loan, insurance and pensions in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

The application must include

  • a statement of purpose, 2-4 pages, including a short presentation of the motivation for doing research within the areas of the project; how the applicant sees his/her background suitable; the applicant’s view of research challenges within the area of the position and how the competence of the applicant can contribute to solving these challenges
  • Information about education, exams and earlier experiences. Certified copies of diplomas and grade transcripts must be enclosed, and for degrees from universities outside Norway please include a diploma supplement explaining the grading system
  • Documentation of relevant scientific work, if any
  • Documentation of teaching experience, if any

 

Incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration.

The application must be sent electronically as one combined PDF file via this page (jobbnorge.no).

For further information, please contact Prof. Monica Divitini, e-mail: divitini@ntnu.no.

For information about processing of applications, please contact Senior Executive Officer Anne Kristin Bratseth, phone +47 73 59 67 15, e-mail: anne.kristin.bratseth@ntnu.no.

 

Mark the application IE 168-2018

Deadline for application: 2018-10-27

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About this job

  • Deadline
    Saturday, October 27, 2018
  • Employer
    NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Website
  • Municipality
    Trondheim
  • Place of service
    Trondheim
  • Jobbnorge ID
    158391
  • Internal ID
    2018/12096
  • Scope
    Fulltime
  • Duration
    Temporary

About applications

  • Applications on this job are registered in an electronic form on jobbnorge.no
  • You must complete: Standard CV
  • Please refer to where you first saw this job advertised!

Post expires on Saturday October 27th, 2018

PhD in Computer Architecture (IE 165-2018)

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PhD in Computer Architecture (IE 165-2018)

The Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) invites applications for a PhD position in computer architecture affiliated with the Department of Computer Science. The position will be affiliated with the Computing group. The research will focus on improving the efficiency of server processors architectures.

Information about the Department

The Department of Computer Science (IDI) is responsible for teaching and research that span the complete width of computer and information science. IDI employs around 35 professors, 56 associate professors, 17 assistant professors, 34 post-doctoral or pre-doctoral researchers, 31 administrative/technical staff and approximately 100 Ph.D. students. More than 7000 students study one or more courses at the department each year. IDI has branches in both Trondheim and Gjøvik, and the position described in this announcement will be located at IDI’s main branch in Trondheim.

Work Description

The computing landscape is shifting from the traditional desktop computing to mobile-cloud computing model. In this new model, datacenters have emerged as the workhorses that do all the heavy-duty computations and serve as the backbone of mobile services. A modern datacenter draws multi mega-watts of power and costs over $100 million to deploy. However, the processors deployed in datacenters remain highly under-utilized due to a large mismatch in application characteristics and processor features.

The objective of this PhD position is to specialize server processor architectures to match application characteristics. Datacenter applications are characterized by massive instruction footprints and typically operate on mutli tera/peta-byte datasets. Due to these huge instruction footprints and datasets, server processors spend significant amount of time waiting for instructions and data to arrive from cache/memory hierarchy. The position will focus on investigating low overhead instruction and data delivery mechanisms leveraging emerging memory technologies to improve server utilization.

Qualifications

A master’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronics, Embedded Systems or equivalent is required. Candidates who are close to finishing their master’s studies in one of these areas are also encouraged to apply.

The ideal candidate should have the following qualifications:

  • Strong programming skills
  • Basic knowledge of computer architecture
  • Experience with simulator-based evaluation of computer architectures
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as collaboratively.
  • Demonstrated ability to quickly acquire knowledge in new topics.

 

We also require excellent written and oral communication skills. Applicants who neither are native English speakers nor from Scandinavia, must provide evidence of English language proficiency by means of one of the following tests: TOEFL, Academic IELTS and Cambridge CAE or CPE. Minimum scores need to be:

  • TOEFL: 600 (paper-based test), 92 (Internet-based test)
  • IELTS: 6.5, with no section lower than 5.5 (only Academic IELTS test accepted)
  • CAE/CPE: grade B or A.

The applicant’s suitability to hold a scientific position will be emphasized in the selection process.

Salary Conditions

The PhD positions is in code 1017 Stipendiat, minimum salary grade range 51 in the Norwegian State salary scale, and typically in salary grade 51-58, gross NOK 449 400 – 505 200 per year, depending on qualifications.

How to apply

The Application Must Contain

  • A short (1-2 page) cover letter describing the applicant’s motivation for applying for this position, relevant qualifications and research interests.
  • CV including details about education and relevant experience.
  • Certified copies of academic diplomas and certificates. (Applicants from universities outside Norway are kindly requested to attach a diploma supplement or a similar document, which describes in detail the study and grading system and the rights for further studies associated with the obtained degree.)
  • Names and contact details of 2-3 references (name, relation to applicant, e-mail and telephone number)

 

Incomplete applications may not be considered.

The application must be sent electronically as one combined PDF file via www.jobbnorge.no.

General information

The Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering wants to attract outstanding and creative candidates who can contribute to our ongoing research activities. We believe that diversity is important to achieve a good, inclusive working environment. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, regardless of the gender, disability or cultural background.

As far as possible, the State workforce should reflect the diversity of the population. Goals of our personnel policy therefore include a balanced distribution in terms of age and gender as well as recruitment of people of immigrant background. Under Section 25 of the Freedom of Information Act, information about the applicant may be made public even if the applicant has requested not to have his or her name entered on the list of applicants.

Formal Regulations

Appointments will be made in accordance with current university regulations. The successful applicant must agree to the conditions laid down for public employees and must sign a contract regulating the starting date and duration of employment. A deduction of 2% is made from the salary as a mandatory contribution to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.

Further Information

For further information, please contact Associate Professor Rakesh Kumar, e-mail: rakesh.kumar@ntnu.no, phone +47 409 85 753 or the Head of Department Professor John Krogstie, e-mail: john.krogstie@ntnu.no, phone: +47 934 17 551.

For information about processing of applications, please contact Senior Executive Officer Anne Kristin Bratseth, phone +47 73596715, email anne.kristin.bratseth@ntnu.no.

Mark the application: IE 165-2018

Deadline for application:01.11.2018

 

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Post expires on Thursday November 1st, 2018

Postdoctoral fellowships in Analysis

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Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE)
Department of Mathematical Sciences (IMF)

Postdoctoral fellowships in Analysis

Three postdoctoral fellowships in analysis are available at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at NTNU. The successful candidates will be offered two-year positions, but the Department may offer an extension up to one year with teaching duties. The work place will be in Trondheim.

About the research project

The position is part of the project “Combinatorial methods in Mathematical analysis”, funded by The Research Council of Norway. The main topics of the project are harmonic analysis and its applications to partial differential equations, including discrete models, nonharmonic Fourier analysis and discrepancy theory, analysis of Dirichlet series and analytic number theory. The candidate is expected to conduct research in one of these areas and collaborate with other researchers on the project.

Qualifications

The postdoctoral fellow must hold a PhD within a discipline relevant to the project, such as complex or harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, or number theory. PhD students in their last year are also invited to apply; employment will then be postponed until the PhD degree is finished.

Applicants who do not master a Scandinavian language must provide evidence of good English language skills, written and spoken (equivalent to a TOEFL score of 600 or more).

The application

The application must include the following:

  • CV including information on educational background, work experience, and a full list of publications with bibliographical references
  • A short research plan written together with at least one of the permanent members of the analysis group participating in the project (Bondarenko, Grepstad, Lyubarskii, Malinnikova, Seip)
  • Contact information for two references.
  • Documentation of fluency in the English language.

Other documents which the applicant finds relevant may also be included, such as information about teaching experience, testimonials and certificates.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Applications are to be submitted electronically through this page. Preferably, the attachments should be submitted as a single pdf file.

Terms of employment

The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. NTNU wishes to increase the number of women in its workforce, and female candidates are therefore encouraged to apply.

The appointment is to be made in accordance with the regulations for State Employees and Civil Servants in Norway. The candidate must adhere to regulations that concern changes and developments within the discipline and/or the organizational changes concerning activities at NTNU.

The position as postdoctoral fellow follows code 1352, and is remunerated at level 59 on the Norwegian government salary scale, with a gross salary of NOK 515 200 a year. A pension contribution of 2% of the salary will be deducted as an obligatory premium to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.

Under Section 25 of the Freedom of Information Act, information about the applicant may be made public even if the applicant has requested not to have his or her name entered on the list of applicants.

For further information, please contact:

Eugenia Malinnikova (eugenia.malinnikova@ntnu.no)

Reference no: IE 166-2018.

Closing date: 01.12.2018.

Post expires on Saturday December 1st, 2018

PhD Position in Modelling Viscosity of Polar Fluids and Electrolytes (IV-242/18)

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The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) creates knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life.

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

We educate graduates who can create new products, operate and maintain products, and manage projects. The Department has a variety of bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes.  We conduct wide-ranging research in fields such as technology, energy, product quality and development, and productivity. The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering is one of eight departments in the Faculty of Engineering.

PhD Position in Modelling Viscosity of Polar Fluids and Electrolytes (IV-242/18)

One PhD position is available in modelling viscosity of polar fluids and electrolytes at the department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MTP), NTNU.

About the materials group

The materials group deals with materials applications: engineering materials and surfaces – manufacturing, properties and components. The group consists of an interdisciplinary mixture of engineers, physicists, and chemists. We have many industrial and international academic collaborations and aim to provide a stimulating environment for PhD students’ learning and development.

Project description

This project is concerned with the transport properties, especially the viscosity, of complex fluids. One of the areas of interest in the group is electrolytes (salts): water-based electrolyte solutions and ionic liquids, which are liquid salts. The project will focus on mixtures containing molecules with both hydrophobic and hydrophilic chemical groups. These systems are becoming a new frontier in friction research and are very promising for low-friction applications, as demonstrated for instance by the amazing effectiveness with which water-based synovial fluid lubricates our joints. To make full use of these possibilities, we need more general understanding of the transport properties of these complex liquids. The aim of this project is to develop this understanding as well as practical methods for calculating the viscosity and other transport properties. Since the goal is to deduce general trends, this project will use a combination of approaches: kinetic theory of fluids and simulations of simple model fluids. Along with this, there will be close interaction with experimental and theoretical groups in Trondheim, Stockholm and at Imperial College London.

Requirements and Qualifications

A suitable candidate should:

  • have a Master’s degree in Material Science, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, or a similar field
  • have an affinity for modelling, either by computer simulations or using mathematical tools
  • be highly motivated with a good grade average (minimum overall grade B, corresponding to 120 credits).
  • be able to work both in a research team as well as carry out personal research projects
  • have good knowledge of written and spoken english.

It would be considered advantageous if a candidate also has:

  • enthusiasm for applied theoretical research
  • experience with modelling-based research projects
  • previous knowledge of materials science, thermodynamics, or statistical mechanics
  • experience with molecular-dynamics or Monte-Carlo simulations
  • a history of publications and/or conference attendance.

The position include full financing for 3 years for the PhD positions. Work location is primarily at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway.

Conditions of appointment

PhD Candidates are remunerated in code 1017, and are normally remunerated with gross salary NOK 449.400 before tax deduction. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross wage. As a member of the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund you are offered:

•           A good pension scheme

•           A favorable housing loan interest

•           Good insurance schemes

Engagement as a PhD Candidate is done in accordance with “Regulation concerning terms and conditions of employment for the posts of post-doctoral research fellow, research fellow, research assistant and resident”, given by the Ministry of Education and Research of 19.07.2010. Applicants for a PhD will have to engage in an organized PhD training program, and appointment in the positions requires approval of the applicants plan and qualifications for the PhD study within three months from the date of commencement of the PhD position. See https://www.ntnu.edu/iv/phd-information and https://innsida.ntnu.no/doktorgrad for more information.

The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force concerning State Employees and Civil Servants. The positions adhere to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU´s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions and female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

The application

Applications with CV, grade transcripts, diplomas, description of research plan and other enclosures should to be submitted electronically through www.jobbnorge.no. Applications submitted elsewhere will not be considered. The application should include:

  • CV (should include: relevant formal educational background, diploma grade, participation in research projects, skills, and any other relevant experience.)
  • Certified diploma (note that diploma supplement or similar has to be attached for degrees outside Norway.
  • Master diplomas from China have to be verified by China Credentials Verification (CHSI) https://www.chsi.com.cn/en/
  • Diploma (note that diploma supplement or similar has to be attached for degrees outside Norway), or certified transcripts of records
  • Reference letters
  • Motivational letter
  • If applicable, list of publications, conferences list and other relevant scientific work

For further information about the position, please contact:

 

Associate Professor Astrid de Wijn, astrid.dewijn@ntnu.no, Telephone +47 73597098

 

Mark the application with IV-242/18

 

Commencement date will be agreed later.

 

Application deadline is 15 October 2018

 

According to the new Freedom of Information Act, information concerning the applicant may be made public even if the applicant has requested not to be included in the list of applicants.

About this job

  • Deadline
    Sunday, October 28, 2018
  • Employer
    NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Website
  • Municipality
    Trondheim
  • Place of service
    Dep. of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
  • Jobbnorge ID
    158455
  • Internal ID
    2018/28863
  • Scope
    Fulltime
  • Duration
    Temporary

About applications

  • Applications on this job are registered in an electronic form on jobbnorge.no
  • You must complete: Standard CV
  • Please refer to where you first saw this job advertised!

Post expires on Sunday October 28th, 2018

PhD position in Mining Social Media Networks (IE 167-2018)

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The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) creates knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life.

PhD position in Mining Social Media Networks (IE 167-2018)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has a vacancy for a 100% position as a PhD research fellowship affiliated with the Department of Computer Science (IDI) at Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE)

This position is one of 4 positions within the project Trondheim Analytica, https://www.ntnu.edu/trondheimanalytica, which is a project in NTNU’s strategic portfolio of projects to pursue transformative research on the development and application of digital transformation technology. Multi-disciplinarity is a key objective in all the projects, and close cooperation between the PhD research fellows and the disciplines is essential for Trondheim Analytica.

The appointment is for a term of 4 years including 25% teaching assistance.

Information about the department

The Department of Computer Science currently has 24 professors and 14 associate professors. In addition, there are 16 adjunct associate professors, 23 postdoctoral researchers, approx. 65 active PhD students, and 18 technical/administrative staff. Five of the tenured scientific positions are held by women, and eight are from other countries than Norway.

Work description

We will develop frameworks and scalable techniques for supporting analysis of social media data. Such data can typically be represented as graph(s), consisting of both structured as well as textual data. The successful PhD candidate will work with challenges related to information analysis techniques on social media graphs.

Relevant background: a solid knowledge of algorithms, database systems, information retrieval or data mining is essential, and a research-oriented master thesis within one of these or related areas is expected. Good programming skills are required.

Qualifications

A master’s degree in Computer and Information Science or equivalent with very good results is required, with an average grade B or better as measured in ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) grades, or an education at the equivalent level.

The candidates must have excellent analytical and collaboration skills as well as an ability to work independently as well as in team.

Cooperation skills and communication skills are important for the position and will be highly weighted in the selection process.

Language requirements

The main working languages are Norwegian and English. Applicants who do not master a Scandinavian language must provide evidence of good English language skills, written and spoken. The following tests can be used as such documentation: TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). Minimum scores are:

TOEFL: 600 (paper-based test), 92 (Internet-based test)

IELTS: 6.5, with no section lower than 5.5 (only Academic IELTS test accepted) CAE/CPE: grade B or A.

In extraordinary circumstances, formal documentation of language skills can be relinquished. In such cases the candidate’s language skills will be assessed in a personal interview.

Formal regulation

Appointments are made in accordance with the regulations in force regarding terms of employment for PhD candidates issued by the Ministry of Education and Research, with relevant parts of the additional guidelines for appointment as a PhD candidate at NTNU. Applicants must undertake to participate in an organized PhD programme of study during their period of employment. The person who is appointed must comply with the conditions that apply at any time to employees in the public sector. In addition, a contract will be signed regarding the period of employment.

Applicants must be qualified for admission as PhD students at NTNU. See https://www.ntnu.edu/ie/research/phd for information about PhD studies at NTNU. Together with the application, include a description of the research work that is planned for completion during the period of the grant.

Salary conditions

The position is in code 1017 Research fellow, and is remunerated at a gross NOK 436.900 – 537.700 per year, depending on qualifications. A deduction of 2% is made as a statutory contribution to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.

General

We can offer

  • an informal and friendly workplace with dedicated colleagues academic challenges
  • attractive schemes for housing loan, insurance and pensions in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

The Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering wants to attract outstanding and creative candidates who can contribute to our ongoing research activities. We believe that diversity is important to achieve a good, inclusive working environment. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply, regardless of the gender, disability or cultural background. We encourage especially women to apply.

The appointment is subject to the conditions in effect at any time for employees in the public sector, and assessments regarding the legislations regulating export control and knowledge transfer.

Under Section 25 of the Freedom of Information Act, information about the applicant may be made public even if the applicant has requested not to have his or her name entered on the list of applicants.

For further information about the position, please contact Professor Kjetil Nørvåg, Email: noervaag@ntnu.no.

The application

The application must be sent electronically through this page (www.jobbnorge.no) with information about education and relevant experience (preferably, all in one combined PDF file). Mark the application with the IE code given below.

The application must contain:

  • Curriculum vitae (CV) with information about the candidate’s prior training, exams, and work experience
  • Certified copies of transcripts and diplomas
  • Applicants from universities outside Norway are kindly requested to send a diploma supplement or a similar describes in detail the study and grading system and the rights for further studies associated with the obtained degree
  • Statement of Purpose (max. 2 pages) including:
    • A short presentation of the motivation for a PhD stud
    • How the applicant sees his/her background suitable
    • The applicant’s view of research challenges within the area of the PhD position
  • Names and contact information of at least 2 reference persons
  • A copy of the master thesis (in PDF), or, for those who are near to completion of their MSc, an extended abstract combined with a statement of how and when the applicant plans to complete the thesis (1 page)

Incomplete applications will not be considered

More information regarding moving to Trondheim, Norway, and working at NTNU: http://www.ntnu.edu/nirs

The application deadline is:2018-10-25

Mark the application: IE 167-2018

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About this job

  • Deadline
    Thursday, October 25, 2018
  • Employer
    NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Website
  • Municipality
    Trondheim
  • Place of service
    Trondheim
  • Jobbnorge ID
    158385
  • Internal ID
    2018/11396
  • Scope
    Fulltime
  • Duration
    Temporary

About applications

  • Applications on this job are registered in an electronic form on jobbnorge.no
  • You must complete: Standard CV
  • Please refer to where you first saw this job advertised!

Post expires on Thursday October 25th, 2018