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[Frama-c-discuss] Permanent Research Engineer Position at CEA LIST - LSL

  • Subject: [Frama-c-discuss] Permanent Research Engineer Position at CEA LIST - LSL
  • From: david.buhler at (David Bühler)
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2020 11:56:51 +0200

The LSL laboratory at CEA LIST, located near Paris, France, is opening a new
permanent Research Engineer position in formal methods.
If you are interested in joining the development team of Eva, the 
Frama-C plugin
based on abstract interpretation, please consider applying.
More details are available below.

#### LSL Laboratory

The LSL Software Security Laboratory helps developers and validation experts
ship high-confidence software and systems. With everyday objects getting 
and more complex, we have built a reputation for efficiently applying formal
reasoning techniques to establish their trustworthiness.

As part of the CEA LIST Institute, at the heart of Campus Paris Saclay, 
teams at
LSL are researching the best possible means to conduct formal 
verification. We
design tools such as Binsec, Frama-C and UNISIM, that ensure 
systems can comply with the highest safety and cybersecurity 
expectations. And
in doing so, we get to interact with the most creative people in 
academia and
the industry.

Our team comprises about 30 permanent research engineers, plus a dozen 
PhDs and
postdocs. Our organizational structure is simple: those who pioneer new 
are the ones who get to lead their implementation. Your work will have a 
and visible impact on the state of software verification.

#### Role

We need you to help us develop Frama-C's abstract interpretation plugin, 
both by
improving current analyses and by designing new approaches. You will 
to growing the community of users, handling feedback and helping real people
solve real problems.

You will take an active role in research and development activities and
industrial partnerships, alongside other members of the laboratory. This can
include writing proposals, managing projects, writing and reviewing code,
publishing papers, as well as attending scientific and technical events
worldwide (or, you know, their remote streams, during a pandemic lockdown).

#### Requirements

- Background in abstract interpretation and theory of programming languages.
- Hands-on experience with significant OCaml developments - other languages
   are fine too, but you'll need to convince us you can adapt in a snap.
- Self-organized, with an ability to prioritize effectively.
- Team-minded - you know when to let someone else take the lead.

#### Pluses

Various areas of our overall activity can also benefit from specific 

- Break new ground with us:
   * Hands-on expertise in the fields of software security.
   * Flawless understanding of C, C++, assembly languages or hardware 
- Precision-drive our infrastructure:
   * Technical administration of Linux environments and development tools.
   * Robust grasp of IT service management processes.
- Help us spread the word:
   * Strong proficiency in foreign languages.
   * A knack for writing and editing longform content.

#### Applying

If you're interested in joining LSL, send us an email to share what inspires
you, and why you think you are a good match for the team. Send it with a 
to david.buhler at and thibaud.antignac at

Feel free to contact me for additional details,
David Bühler
CEA LIST, Software Reliability and Security Lab