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Position in Computer Science at the Tech. U. of Athens (EMP)

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Originally From: George Papakonstantinou <>

The Computer Science Division of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) is looking for a young Greek-speaking researcher, working in an established institution of higher education or research centre, in order to invite him for a period of 2-3 years, to carry out advanced research and educational tasks in the area of high performance systems and applications.

The selected researcher will be then asked to prepare, along with the Computer Science Division of NTUA, a proposal to the "Career in Greece" program of the General Secretariat of Research and Technology of Greece. In case this proposal is accepted, the researcher will be required to spend at least two full years at NTUA in Athens.

Prospective candidates are required to send a CV, describing their academic and professional record, to Prof. G. Papakonstantinou ( no later than 7 November 1997.

For more details regarding this call for proposals, please contact the following web page:

George Papakonstantinou, Professor
National Technical University of Athens
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Zografou Campus, GR 157 73 Athens, Greece
Tel. +30-1-772 2494, fax +30-1-772 2496

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