Job offers of academic positions in Computer Science (application deadline February 28, 2020)


Assistant Professor at the Department of Distributed and Dependable Systems
ID: 202002-AP2-KDSS

Required expertise in one or more of the following areas:

  • software architectures, software self adaptation, software modeling,
  • artificial intelligence and statistical reasoning for software systems,
  • software verification, testing, and program analysis,
  • formal methods for software engineering,
  • programming languages,
  • especially in the context of IoT/CPS and cloud/edge-cloud environments.

The candidate is expected to participate in research, development and management of the current research projects within the department, and to work on expanding own research portfolio, including applying for research grants and developing industrial cooperation projects. The position includes a moderate teaching load. The candidate is expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate students, and to teach introductory and advanced software systems courses in English (knowledge of the Czech language is not required).

The contract duration is three years. Potentially, the position is renewable; moreover, successful candidates are then encouraged to apply for promotion to the Associate Professor rank (habilitation) and to obtain a permanent position.

For more details ask <>.

Qualification requirements: Ph.D. degree (or equivalent) in a  relevant field, an international research record preferably with postdoc experience, a proven publication record or proven research and development record in software development projects. Background in methods of big data analysis, machine learning, statistics, operating systems and hardware architectures is a plus.

Expected starting date is between July 1, 2020, and October 1, 2020, and it is negotiable.


Assistant Professor at the Department of Applied Mathematics
ID: 202002-AP2-KAM


Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Institute of Charles University
ID: 202002-AP2-IUUK

We invite applications for two faculty positions at the rank of an assistant professor in the area of theoretical computer science, discrete mathematics and optimization.

We are looking for candidates that would complement and/or strengthen existing research areas in our departments. Strong candidates from all areas of theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics will be considered. For further information about our research see and Informal inquiries are welcome and may be sent to Martin Loebl <> and Michal Koucky <>.

A successful candidate is expected to pursue an active research program, teach advanced and introductory classes and possibly supervise undergraduate and graduate students. Candidates are expected to have a proven international research record and postdoctoral experience. A PhD in computer science, discrete mathematics or a closely related field is required.

The contract duration is three years. Potentially, the positions are renewable; also a habilitation (associate professor promotion) and a permanent position is a standard possibility (subject to a separate review process).

A separate application is necessary for each of the two positions, applicants are encouraged to apply for both of them.

Qualification requirements: Ph.D. degree (or equivalent) in a  relevant area, research and teaching experience in a relevant field, positive attitude towards pedagogical work, ability to integrate research and teaching activities as well as supervising student theses, publication record in impact journals and/or conference proceedings and publication media recognized by the community in the relevant area, experience from foreign academic or research institutions.

Expected starting date is between July 1, 2020, and October 1, 2020, and is negotiable.



A signed application, accompanied by

  • a curriculum vitae,
  • proofs of education and awarding of academic titles,
  • a list of publications,
  • a list of citations (preferably by WoS or MathSciNet databases), and
  • a description of teaching experience

should be sent by e-mail to <> by February 28, 2020. The subject of this e-mail should contain the ID of the position.

The applicant must also arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent as well to <>. The subjects of these e-mails should contain the IDs of the positions.


Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Ke Karlovu 3, 121 16 Praha 2, Czech Republic
VAT ID: CZ00216208

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