Two positions HAISEM-Lab project for research assistant (m/f/d)

(also available as post-doctoral position)

(TV-L E 13, 2 x 100%)


Are you interested in software development? Are you interested in making this more efficient and better? Do you want to contribute actively to the improvement of tomorrow’s software development by your own research activities? You want to test your knowledge in practical situations and spread your knowledge? Then, we have a common vision!

The team of the Software Systems Engineering department of the institute of computer science, currently focuses on topics along the life cycle of complex systems.  In the current BMBF-project, HAISEM-Lab we perform research and further education on issues such as model-based development, performance analysis and optimization, and auto-tuning methods for AI-based systems on a variety of hardware platforms (e.g., GPU, TPU, FPGAs). For our team we are looking for creative people who are enthusiastic about research. With us, you have the opportunity to develop your own research ideas and combine theory and practice.

Your responsibilities

About you: you have completed a very good scientific degree (master or diploma) in computer science or a related area as well as very good in English in speech and writing (some of the positions also require very good German), you have good perception and good analytic skills as well as a high degree of initiative and enthusiasm for research.

What you can expect: a team with good working climate, open and flexible and space to introduce your own ideas and to develop. Convince us that you will be a valuable part of our team by your cover letter! If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us: more information will be provided by the institute of computer science, working group Software Systems Engineering, Prof. Dr. Klaus Schmid, schmid(at)

The position does not fit to you, but you know somebody, who might be interested? Then, point her/him to our offerings!

As a family-fair university, we offer a varying, interdisciplinary range of tasks, flexible working hours, recurring advanced trainings, and a yearly special bonus in the context of the TV-L. A dynamic, dedicated, and open-minded team is waiting for you.

The Stiftung University of Hildesheim has admitted a guiding principle by appreciating gender and diversity competences.

The Stiftung University of Hildesheim wants to support, in particular, the occupational equality of woman and man. Hence, it strives for an increase of the underrepresented gender in the respective area.

Applications of candidates with severe disability will be preferred, if they provide the same skills.

In order to conduct this application process, personal data will be saved and processed.

Send your application with résumé, certificates, and the usual documents with subject Kennziffer 2020/25-26 via @ mail to Prof. Dr. Klaus Schmid, schmid(at)

End of Application:

The position is available until a suitable candidate is found. Hence, apply as soon as possible.