[Stellenangebote] Teilzeit-Job: Softwareentwickler (80h/m) Future Internet Testbed Federation based on FITeagle, TU Berlin
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Betreff: Teilzeit-Job: Softwareentwickler (80h/m) Future Internet
Testbed Federation based on FITeagle, TU Berlin
Datum: Fri, 24 Jan 2014 12:19:00 +0100
Von: Marcus Edel <marcusedel at zedat.fu-berlin.de>
An: stellenangebote-owner at lists.spline.inf.fu-berlin.de
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Betreff: Future Internet Testbed Federation based on FITeagle
(enhancements for XIFI)
Von: "Willner, Alexander" <alexander.willner at tu-berlin.de>
Datum: Fr, Januar 24, 2014 11:57
An: "stellenangebote at lists.spline.de" <stellenangebote at lists.spline.de>
What you should do
Developing a software module and REST interface to register, manage and
test new Future Internet Testbeds / Regions and enhance FITeagle. Also see
fi-xifi.eu and av.tu-berlin.de/fitt
What we offer
Work in hot research topics in the Future Internet field, integration in
current European research projects, learn a lot about professional
software development and maybe write your thesis afterwards at our
Positions: 1 to 2 (we might also offer other positions)
Start: as soon as possible
End: about end of this year (we could extend the contract afterwards)
What you should know
Very good knowledge in developing Java applications. Experiences with test
driven developments, maven, databases, and web services are welcome.
What we pay
You can work up to 80 hours a month. We pay 10,98 EUR/h.
About the employer
The Chair "Next Generation Networks (NGN)" (also called Architektur der
Vermittlungsknoten - AV in German) is lead by Prof Dr. Thomas Magedanz.
This chair - founded in 2004 and funded by the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft -
is part of the Institute for Telecommunication Systems within the Faculty
of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Technische
AV maintains a strong cooperation with the Fraunhofer FOKUS competence
center Next Generation Network Infrastructures (NGNI), which is also
directed by Prof. Magedanz. AV performs applied research and development
activities in the field of converging service and network environments,
looking for the migration from legacy telecommunication infrastructures
towards integrated service environments on top of fixed and mobile Next
Generation Networks (NGNs) and the emerging Future Internet (FI). The
overall AV/NGNI research vision NGN2FI Evolution reflects these research
activities. In this regard, AV scientists are active in various national
(BMBF) and international (European Union) research projects (see research)
related to Future Internet research in order to develop related software
toolkits and testbed infrastructures for efficient proof of concept
validation of innovative research ideas.
In addition, AV presents lectures, seminars and project courses for
Diploma, Master, and PhD students in the above mentioned fields (see
teaching). International students are welcome. All courses are presented
About the research group
Have you ever attended a Chemistry class in school? Then you probably are
familiar with with the concept of a wearing a white coat and safety
goggles while performing an experiment that was discussed beforehand.
Research in the context of the Future Internet follows a similar line of
action - although it's usually not necessary to wear protective clothes.
In dedicated labs, so called testbeds, many different approaches are in
the process of being developed. Since this particular research area is
widely dispersed, starting with incremental evolutionary attempts onwards
to complete revolutionary ideas for the Internet of the future any
possible design is going to be considered.
In order to evaluate new protocols and architectures, testbeds with a wide
range of heterogeneous resources and variability in terms of size and
complexity are needed. Since a single testbed can't offer every kind of
resource, it is envisioned to interconnect all existing testbeds among
each other. This would allow to perform Future Internet experiments in a
world wide distributed fashion.
Our Research Area Future Internet Testbeds and Tools is focused on
cross-domain resource and infrastructure federation mechanisms that allow
connectivity and interworking of heterogeneous resources across boundaries
of administrative domains.
Informatik, IT / Telekommunikation, Softwareentwicklung / Programmierung,
Webdesign / Multimedia Studienrichtung: Informatik, Technische Informatik
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