The software modeling and analysis group, headed by Prof. Chechik (http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~chechik), is looking for a research software engineer to help out with a project on software modeling with applications to automotive systems. The group conducts research in rigorous software engineering, verification, requirements engineering, and feature-based modeling. The objective of the position is to assist us in developing the Model Management Tool Framework (MMTF) - an Eclipse-based infrastructure for implementing research in modeling. MMTF has been around since 2007 but is ready for some major consolidation and improvement, to make it amenable to processing real-life models. The candidate will "own" MMTF and be responsible for all aspects of its development, including incorporating "prototype-quality" implementations of new research done by existing graduate students. The ideal candidate would have completed a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (although we will consider OUTSTANDING students who have completed two years in a CS program for a PEY) and will have the following skills:
The candidate will:
The candidate may also be involved in preparation of scientific publications related to MMTF.
This is a full-time position for at least a year. Interested candidates should send their resume, their academic transcript and a brief statement of why they are interested in this project and their availability to email@example.com. We will be accepting applications and conducting interviews until the position is filled.