Date Posted
20 Jul 2024

Visit website

PhD Project
Tallinn University of Technology

PhD Position

20 Jul 2024

NOTE: this position listing has expired and may no longer be relevant!

Position Description

Two Open PhD Positions at Tallinn University of Technology, Large-Scale-Systems-Group

The Large-Scale Systems group is seeking suitable candidates for two vacant PhD positions at TUT Tallinn University of Technology. The successful candidates will conduct research with respect to one of the following topics:

Estonia is known as highly innovative in the IT sector. As a vibrant and modern capital, Tallinn offers excellent quality of life. With its 13.000 students Tallinn University of Technology is the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology education. The Tallinn Tech Large-Scale Systems Group conducts research in large- and ultra-large-scale IT systems. We investigate the architecture, design, realization and management of IT system landscapes, massively resource-intensive systems and highly distributed systems.

We are looking for ambitious persons that have a clear vision of starting an early academic career. If you have already specialized during your studies into distributed systems, enterprise application architecture or databases, this is a clear advantage, but not a necessary requirement.

We offer an inspiring and highly supportive work and study environment in an important field, directly involved into the transition of established to emerging technology. Please inform yourself at but do not hesitate to contact us in case of questions.

Salary: 14.400 EUR per year

Duration: 4 years study program

Requirements: master in computer science, informatics, information systems with a strong technological focus or comparable/equivalent master

Application deadline: 15th August 2016 (or until position is filled)

We start evaluating applications on 16th August, but will consider interesting applications also later until the position is filled.

Further Interesting Links:

How to Apply

You can send your application with an indication of topic (see above) and including (preferably as one single PDF file attached) a motivation letter, CV, abstract of your master’s thesis and (if applicable) list of publications directly to Prof. Dr. Dirk Draheim: