IncQuery Labs is hiring a PhD Student for the Lowcomote Project in Budapest

February 14, 2019    

Do you consider yourself as a talented software-engineer or computer scientist with confident knowledge of algorithms and/or distributed systems? With the right skills and the dedication for doing a PhD, now you can also research with us.

As part of the Lowcomote project, our ultimate goal is to allow engineers to build low-code model processing languages and systems that can be executed in a distributed environment to efficiently process very-large graph models ranging in the hundred million elements. Lowcomote will train a generation of experts that will upgrade the current trend of Low-code development platforms (LCPDs) to a new paradigm, Low-code Engineering Platforms (LCEPs). LCEPs will be open, allowing to integrate heterogeneous engineering tools, and making them capable for cross-platform engineering to support large engineering models and social networks of developers. In a way, simplifying the development for citizen developers by machine learning and recommendation techniques.

During the work, you will be contracted with IncQuery Labs, though the program’s academic partner is the Johannes Kepler University of Linz. 

The ideal candidate will take part in the Marie Curie ITN program and will use it’s knowledge for economic and social benefit as ITN (Innovative Training Networks) programs promise. We provide the perfect environment for executing cutting edge research related to distributed graph processing and working on open source technologies.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813884.


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