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.
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.
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