Employment contract in the BISITE Research Group. Postdoctoral call offer in the framework of the project Moviurban, "Social Machine for sustainable management Smart cities: Urban Mobility, open data, Mobile Sensors". (Project Reference SA70U16) (Call: 2016/02/25 of the Counseling of Education). Deadline open until August, 18. Spaniards and foreigners complying with the provisions of Article 57.4 of the law 7/2007 may participate in this call. 

The person hired will participate in all work packages and project tasks, and will be responsible for the PT05 work package. As a researcher, will perform the following tasks:

  • PT01. Technical and administrative coordination
  • PT02. Open social platform for smart cities
  • Pt03. Network design sensory and social information
  • PT04. Design analysis models and behavior
  • PT05. Integration of components and case studies
  • PT06. Dissemination and exploitation


  • Hours of work per week: 37.5 hours
  • Schedule: Monday - Thursday: 9-14 and 16-18: 30 Friday: 8-15: 30
  • Gross monthly salary: 2,530 € 
  • Expected start date of contract: 2016/10/01
  • Expected end date of contract: 2018/06/30


  • Qualification: PhD in Computer Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Telecommunications or similar qualification.
  • Accreditation in the case of postdoctoral stays. The contracted researcher may not have read their doctoral thesis or research in the BISITE Research Group unless able to demonstrate prior participation in one or several postdoctoral stays abroad (at least 24 months)

Please note that the deadline for submitting the application will be open until August 18. The application form may be downloaded at the following link:

For more information about the call:


Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez
Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer of the University of Salamanca 
Director of the Science Park of the University of Salamanca
Visiting Professor at the Osaka Institute of Technology
President of the IEEE SMC (Spanish Chapter)
Mobile: + 34 618696589
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