Deb Agarwal’s third visit in Myriads team

Deb Agarwal, senior scientist at Lawrence Berkeley Lab, visited Myriads team from August 1st to October 15th, 2017. It was her third visit in Myriads team in the framework of her Inria international chair. During her visit, we jointly worked on developing a Jupyter Notebook that would serve as a tool for users to read in and explore the FluxNet  and AmeriFlux data in a personalized tutorial type environment. This work is part of the DALHIS associate team.

Looking for a junior researcher to work on distributed/operating system in Inria Myriads team (fixed-term contract)

Myriads team is seeking candidates interested in applying for a full-time researcher position at Inria at the junior level (initial contract for 2 years with a possible extension to 3 years).

The position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is found – we recommend applying as soon as possible and no later than mid-August 2017. Expected starting date: summer/fall 2017.

The candidate should demonstrate a strong background balanced between theoretical and practical research, experience with building and experimenting large-scale systems, and excellent research achievements in at least one of the following topics that are of particular interest for the Myriads project-team:

  • Operating system,
  • Distributed system,
  • Cloud computing,
  • IoT-Cloud, distributed cloud computing, mobile cloud computing,
  • Security and privacy from a system perspective in the context of IoT-Cloud.

To apply see  guidelines here.