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A postdoctoral / group leader position is available at the Technical University of Chemnitz (Germany) in the Department of Computer Science. The position is initially for three years, starting in October 2009 (or soon thereafter), but with a possibility of renewing.
The canditate should have a PhD and prior experience in developing neurocomputational systems, particularly with respect to data in the neurosciences and psychology. Experience in interdisciplinary projects or own experimental studies is welcome. A background in parallel computing or virtual reality is beneficial but not required.
The PhD scholarship has a duration of three years, and will be carried out in collaboration between The Norwegian Color Research Laboratory at Gjøvik University College in Gjøvik, Norway and the Laboratoire d'Electronique, Informatique et Image (LE2I UMR-CNRS 5158) at the University of Burgundy in Auxerre, France. The PhD candidate will spend approximately equal time in the two laboratories, starting in France in September 2009, under the supervision of Professor Yvon Voisin (Auxerre), Associate Professor Alamin Mansouri (Auxerre) and Professor Jon Y. Hardeberg (Gjøvik). The scholarship is partially funded by the Regional Council of Burgundy, and amounts to EUR 1350 per month.
The Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies (CBIT) at Roskilde University invites applications for a PhD scholarship in Computer Science to be filled by 1 September 2009 or as soon as possible thereafter.
The scholarship is two-thirds funded by Roskilde University and one-third by a grant from the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation (http://www.fi.dk/) to the FIRST Graduate School (Foundations of Research in Software Technologies) (http://www.first.dk/) of which Roskilde University is a member. The topics of the PhD are expected to fall within the overall themes of the FIRST, in particular modeling, analysis, and verification of computer systems. Topics focusing on both theory and practice are welcome.
The PhD programme of Welfare, Governance and Citizenship within the Department of Society and Globalisation, Roskilde University, hereby announces a PhD scholarship for a PhD project on a comparative study of ‘Citizenship, Volunteering and Organised Civil Society - A European perspective'. (The PhD project is described more in detail at the homepage of ISG: www.ruc.dk/isg/phd-programme). The scholarship will be available from 1st of September 2009 or soon after.
We award a one-year-scholarship to an outstanding individual to contribute to research in one of the following areas of strength of the chair: Modern societies as knowledge societies, science studies, consumption, climate and society.
Starting date is September 2009. Please submit a letter of interest, vitae, copies of two publications and the names of two potential referees. Closing date is July 6 with interviews likely to take place late July/early August 2009.
Georgia College & State University is proud to announce a new program open to international students. The Georgia WebMBA
program will now be available to international students who have sufficient TOEFL or IETLS scores, sufficient GMAT scores, and at least two years of professional work experience.
Willamette MBA: Merit-Based Scholarships Available for International Students
The Willamette University MBA is located in Oregon -- in the beautiful Pacific Northwest of the United States. With 40% of students coming from outside of the U.S., the Willamette MBA is truly a global community. All applicants admitted to a full-time format of the Willamette MBA program are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships that range from 10% to 100% of tuition.
Green River Community College, near Seattle, Washington is now offering scholarships for new and continuing international students. Both tuition scholarships and work grants are available in amounts ranging from $250-$5,000 per student. All students who have been granted admission to the program are eligible to apply for a scholarship. A separate scholarship application must be completed and submitted to be considered for awards. A letter and certificate will be mailed to those students who have been awarded scholarship and/or work grant funds.
Graduates from all over the world are welcome to apply for a scholarship of the Braunschweig International Graduate School of Metrology. For this purpose a new online application form
is available on the IGSM website. Email applications cannot be accepted anymore.
Deadline for applications in 2009 is June 30, 2009
A 3 year PhD student position is now available at the Department of Neurology (ClinicalNeurobiology)
Requirements for the position: a completed diploma (on a master level) in medicine or biology (or related subjects within the natural sciences). We expect basic knowledge of cell culture, strong interest in neuroscience and motivation to perform a research project on Neuroinflammation in Parkinsonism. You will join the research team of the Section of Clinical Neurobiology and will have the chance to enrol for the PhD Program in Neuroscience
at the Innsbruck Medical University.
The Scholarships are open to students of all nationalities who gain admission to any Ph.D. programme at the University. In keeping with the donor's wishes, the Scholarships will be awarded to well-rounded individuals showing exceptional promise who have an appropriate balance of intellect and character. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and a commitment to service.
On June 11th, 2009, at 6.30 pm Osvita will welcome the 5th session of the English Speaking Club. The topic of the session is Shopping.
At the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, a full-time and fully funded position for a Ph.D. student is available for a four-year period, starting at the earliest moment (as early as 1 July 2009).
Application Deadline: June 15th
Required documents: CV and letter of motivation
The Spemann Graduate School of Biology and Medicine (SGBM) is the only International Graduate School funded by the German Excellence Initiative of the DFG at the University of Freiburg. It relies on the expertise provided by the Excellence Cluster bioss (Center for Biological Signalling Studies), several outstanding collaborative research centers as well as the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience. This innovative research and training program includes an MD/PhD program. The school recruits doctoral students in the following seven research disciplines:
We are seeking a highly motivated experienced scientist and good team player for a research project investigating the role of microRNAs in the pathogenesis and as potential therapeutic targets for chronic lung disease in mouse models. Responsibilities include supervision of graduate students and technicians. This project is funded by the DFG and is embedded within the attractive research environment of the Molecular Medicine Partnership Unit (MMPU) of the University of Heidelberg and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). The position is initially available for three years and the salary is equivalent to BAT IIa (TV-L E13).
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2009/2010
The PhD Programme in Science and Management of Climate Change was established in 2007, through an agreement between the Universita' Foscari in Venice (Unive) and the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC), a consortium comprising several Italian public and private Research institutions.
The Life Science Zurich Graduate School consists of nine highly competitive Ph.D. programs, run jointly by the ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich. Each program offers research and education opportunities in a stimulating international environment for ambitious students who wish to work towards a Ph.D. degree. Accepted students perform their research project in one of the participating research groups of their favorite program, according to their scientific interest. Advanced teaching and training courses are offered throughout the curriculum. The program language is English throughout. Ph.D. studies usually last 3-4 years.