The scholarship is tenable for up to four years to support work in the area of stochastic and fuzzy modelling in the management of software development projects.
Successful candidates will have an Honours (or more likely a Masters) degree in Computer Science or similar technical discipline.
Strong development skills, preferably in Java or C++, will be required. Applications are invited from potential international students.
Applicants with interests in the areas of Software Product and Process Improvement, Optimisation Algorithms, Requirements Engineering or Visualisation are also invited to apply.
Interested applicants should in the first instance send a CV and covering letter to:
Dr Andy Connor (D-75)
School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
Auckland University of Technology
Private Bag 92006
Email: serl[ at ]aut.ac.nz
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