To apply for WASP Professorship, please fill out and submit the form below no later than September 30th, 2016, 23:59 CEST. The applications are directed to WASP and are further subject to a decision process at the respective university.

To be eligible for funding the applicant must

  • Be qualified for an associate/full professorship and prepared to start working at one of the four participating partner universities Chalmers University of Technology, Linköping University, Lund University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology during 2017;
  • Be an outstanding researcher in autonomous systems and/or software technology/engineering with significant potential for the future;
  • Provide a bold and innovative research plan describing how the proposed research will complement and extend existing WASP research at the partner universities. For information please consult the WASP strategic and thematic research areas and ongoing projects.

WASP has the stated ambition to strengthen and develop Sweden’s research in the areas of autonomous systems and software technology/engineering through an international recruitment programme.  Therefore the WASP positions are not intended as a mechanism to strengthen Sweden’s existing faculty, but  to attract new talent to Sweden.

WASP particularly welcomes applications from the traditionally under-represented gender in the field autonomous systems and software technology/engineering.

For further information please contact WASP Program Director Lars Nielsen,, +46 13 28 11 00


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