This project looks into contemporary issues in Microservice-based Enterprise Application Design. It aims to find efficient instruments to deal with development and maintenance efforts, management, control, and global governance and to bring new perspectives and opportunities in the Enterprise Application Field. The candidate will work on a project involving Microservice modules. The direction will include aspect-oriented software design, the design of aspect-weaver, parsers, code-transformations, automation, data processing and decision making. All successful candidates should have (or expect to have) a master’s degree in Computer Science (or closely related fields such as Informatics) and a background in software engineering with experience in enterprise application design and development. The candidate should have programming skills ideally in Java EE, and be familiar with some of these technologies: Docker, AWS, OpenShift/Kubernetes, Reflection API or code-transformation. The candidate will work in a team with graduate or undergraduate students and co-supervise them. Good writing skills are expected to publish research manuscripts with the supervisor.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: This project is advertised in relation to the research areas in the discipline of Computer Science at Baylor University. All applications must be completed online: https://grad.baylor.edu/apply/. You should apply for Ph.D. in Computer Science, to ensure that your application is passed to the correct program for review. For more details on our application process, please refer to our admission information page at: https://www.ecs.baylor.edu/computerscience/index.php?id=869038. Inquiries on this project can be made to Dr. Tomas Cerny ([email protected] | http://cs.baylor.edu/~cerny/) with a copy of your curriculum vitae and cover letter. All general inquiries regarding the application process can be directed to the Computer Science Graduate Program ([email protected]).
A competitive stipend and full tuition scholarship are available for qualified applicant for up to five years at Baylor University, while expected to undertake the Ph.D. studies, successfully finish the program and receive a Doctoral Degree.