[ecoop-info] Tenured Faculty Position on Model Driven Engineering at École des Mines de Nantes

Jordi Cabot jordi.cabot at inria.fr
Tue Feb 2 15:18:25 CET 2010

École des Mines de Nantes (EMN) has opened a new permanent faculty position
in the field of Model-Driven Engineering. The selected candidate will become
part of the joint INRIA-EMN research team AtlanMod (

AtlanMod performs research on modeling and model driven technologies
including topics such as: model transformation, metamodeling, DSLs, UML,
SBVR, model weaving and model management. The team notably applies these
technologies to the reverse engineering and tool interoperability domains.
Some of the recent contributions of the AtlanMod team are the well-known ATL
language (for model-to-model transformations), KM3 (for metamodeling), TCS
(for defining textual concrete syntaxes for Domain-Specific Languages), AM3
(model management), AMW (for model weaving), and MoDisco (for model-driven
reverse engineering).

We are looking for highly-motivated researchers with experience in MDE and
interested in participating in national and international research projects
in this field working in a close relationship with our industry partners.
The working language of the team is English.

Candidates must possess a PhD in Comptuer Science or similar and European
(EU) nationality but need not pass the French process of "qualification" for
university positions.

Candidates that intend to apply are expected to contact:

Jordi Cabot (jordi.cabot at emn.fr) – AtlanMod research team

Narendra Jussien (Narendra.Jussien at emn.fr) - Head of department

To apply, interested candidates have to contact École des Mines de Nantes.
Official announcement:

Important dates:
- Request dossier (application documents to be submitted) to apply for the
position by email from Carole Menetrot (Carole.Menetrot at emn.fr) by March
26th, 2010
- Submit paper dossier to Carole Menetrot by April 8th, 2010

Jordi Cabot
AtlanMod Research Team

École des Mines de Nantes

jordi.cabot at emn.fr

AtlanMod Research Team
INRIA - École des Mines de Nantes
Home page: http://jordicabot.com
Software modeling languages portal: http://modeling-languages.com
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