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Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Centre for Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems

Centre of Excellence

Up to 8 PhD scholarships

At NTNU, Centre for Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems there are up to 8 vacant scholarships for PhD studies.

The Centre is a Centre of Excellence (CoE) under the scheme initiated by The Research Council of Norway to enable Norwegian research groups to carry on long-term, basic research at a high international standard.

The Centre deals with Quality of Service (QoS) issues in heterogeneous, multilayered networks where packet switching technology is employed.

The Centre works within the following areas: new network structures, multimedia signal processing, dependability, traffic and information security as applied to multiparty communication between stationary and mobile users.

The Centre presently has around 35 scientists including professors, postdocs, PhD candidates and visiting professors/scholars.

The Centre invites promising PhD candidates to work with challenging research tasks in a stimulating and international working environment.

Applicants should have a honours masters degree or equivalent within relevant areas. For further information about the Centre see the Centre's website at http://www.q2s.ntnu.no/

The Centre has vacant PhD scholarships within each of the following areas:

"Audio over IP Networks."

Contact:

Professor Peter Svensson,
Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunications,
Phone: +47 735 90546,
Email: svensson [at] q2s.ntnu.no

"Multimedia over IP Networks."

Contact:

Professor Andrew Perkis,
Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunications,
Phone: +47 735 92383,
Email: andrew [at] q2s.ntnu.no

"Interdomain and Overlay Networks."

Contact:

Professor ?ivind Kure,
Dept. of Telematics,
Phone: +47 64 84 47 36,
Email: okure [at] q2s.ntnu.no

"Intradomain Networks."

Contact:

Professor Peder J. Emstad,
Dept. of Telematics,
Phone: +47 735 94326,
Email: peder [at] q2s.ntnu.no

"Trustworthy Multiparty Interactions in Dynamic Networking Environments."

Contact:

Professor Bjarne Helvik,
Dept. of Telematics,
Phone: +47 735 92667,
Email: bjarne [at] q2s.ntnu.no or Professor Svein J. Knapskog,
Dept. of Telematics,
Phone: +47 735 94328,
Email: knapskog [at] q2s.ntnu.no

Preferably, indicate which areas and problems are of most interest.

Further information about the scholarships and the Centre is also obtainable from the Director of the Centre, Professor Svein J. Knapskog, Dept. of Telematics,

Phone: +47 735 94328,

Email: knapskog@q2s.ntnu.no

We are looking for well qualified applicants, and offer excellent terms and conditions.

Candidates get ample opportunities to participate at international research conferences/seminars.

PhD candidates are normally engaged for three years, with a possible extension to 4 years with 25% assistant teaching duties at the cooperating University Departments in accordance with individual agreements.

The teaching duties are primarily associated with ordinary graduate and undergraduate courses, and are normally assigned with a proportionally larger share in the first half of the period of engagement.

NTNU would like to increase the number of females in academic positions.

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