PhD Student Position in Computer Science, University of Groningen - UK

PhD student position in Computer Science - Intelligent Systems - Biologically motivated object recognition - is available at the Institute of Mathematics and Computing Science, University of Groningen.

Qualifications

  • You are a university graduate (at the level of diploma or master of science level) in one of the following disciplines: computer science, artificial intelligence, computational neuroscience, electrical engineering, biophysics, physics.

  • You have a demonstrated interest in the neurosciences. You have an excellent academic record (GPA) and belong to the top 5% of the graduates of your year and preferrably have a graduation with a distinction such as honors or cum laude.

  • You are fluent in English language and able to write scientific articles and reports (to be proven by your graduation thesis or another comparable report or co-authorship of published scientific articles).

    How to apply:

    Send the following information:

  • an application letter with a CV,

  • a specification of GPA and transcript of records,

  • an indication of your position in the class and year (e.g. 1st in a class of 20),

  • evidence of excellence (e.g. graduation with honors) and a list of relevant awards,

  • proofs of involvement in research (e.g. co-authorship of scientific articles),

  • a description of your ideas for research in the specified area,

  • names and email addresses of three scientists (typically your former professors) who can give a reference for you. to:

    prof.dr. Nicolai Petkov (petkov[at]cs dot rug dot nl)

    Applicants will be asked to do a short assignment in order to demonstrate their research abilities.

    The position will be open until a suitable candidate is found.

    For further details, and application materials, contact: PhD Student Position in Computer Science

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