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Speed Illusions Caused by Variations of Object Contrast
A Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship (MQRES) is available in the Department of Psychology for a PhD investigating "Speed illusions caused by variations of object contrast" in association with an Australian Research Council-funded research project. The successful candidate will join a research team investigating the visual processing of motion information using psychophysical techniques in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia.
University of Reading
Up to two fees-only scholarships will be awarded to applicants for full-time study in any of the following programmes: M Res (Law & Society); MA Res (Legal History); M Res (Law). For one scholarship preference may be given to applicants for the M Res (Law & Society). Applicants applying for more than one programme should indicate their order of preference. Scholarships will cover fees at the rate for UK/EU students.
Durham Business School is offering three postgraduate PhD funding opportunities for October 2009 entry. These are open to applicants interested in any area, provided the intended topic matches existing research interests within the School.
These studentships are available for the 2009/10 academic year and cover fees at the home/EU rate (currently £3,390). The award is open to all students (home/EU and overseas).
The deadline for applications is 30 June 2009.
International House, a residence and program center in New York City, is pleased to announce that applications for scholarship are now available.
Located on the Pacific Rim and just 22 miles from the Mexican border, the University of San Diego is optimally positioned for international activity. USD has been involved in international instruction, research, and service throughout the world for many years, and we're expanding our activities with an increased emphasis on the importance of global awareness for the entire campus community. One of USD's strategic goals specifically addresses the importance of
A number of Presidential Awards help international students finance their education at Central Michigan University. To be eligible for these awards, you must be a non-immigrant student who will be new to the university and plan to earn a degree. You must meet all eligibility requirements for admission to CMU.
Description : A PhD Research Assistantship position in Robotics and Mechatronics Design will be available to start in January 2010 in the Measurement and Control Engineering Research Center (MCERC), College of Engineering, Idaho State University (ISU), Pocatello, Idaho, USA. The PhD student will join a team whose research is centered on developing a novel Smart Hand Prosthesis. Topics of the project include signal processing, estimation theory, system identification, robotics, embedded systems and intelligent control, bio-signaling and bio-sensing, image processing, sensor design and related topics. The student's area of research will be the on the mechanical design of the robotic hand from a biomechatronics point of view. Applicants for the PhD research assistantship position should have a Master's degree in Biomedical, Electrical, Mechanical engineering or similar discipline, with strong credentials. Background on robotics, mechanical design, and the use of design tools such as CAD, FEA, etc., will be also considered during the selection process. The Research Assistantship covers tuition and fees, medical insurance and a monthly stipend.
Applicants are invited for a PhD scholarship in the Meteorology Program of the Wind Energy Division at Risø DTU. The Meteorology Program is aimed at basic research in the fields of boundary layer meteorology, assessment of wind resources for power generation and of wind loads on turbines and various other structures.
Applications are invited, from suitably qualified applicants, to work in the field of Modelling of Acoustic Waves and Bubble Dynamics. The position is funded by a major new project including 17 participating institutions from the EU, as part of the Nanotechnology call of the FP7 European Commission Programme. The project will start during the summer 2009.
We are now accepting applications for the 2010-2012 MEXT Postgraduate Scholarships for Research.
This award is offered on an annual basis to those with a minimum of a bachelor's degree, under the age of 35, who wish to continue their study as research students in Japan. Although the Scholarship is primarily a research award, enrolment onto a taught degree course may be possible in some cases. No knowledge of Japan or the Japanese language is necessary.
Applications for an IPRS PhD fellowship are invited in the area of automated image analysis of cell and tissue based assays in relation to drug discovery for Alzheimer's disease. The PhD student will be enrolled at the University of Western Sydney, and the project will be jointly supervised by Prof. Gerald Münch from the Department of Pharmacology at the UWS School of Medicine, and by Dr. Pascal Vallotton, leader of the biotech imaging group at CSIRO. The fellowship will be valued at 22000 $ per year (tax free) plus a 7000 $ CSIRO top-up for 3 years, with a possible extension of 6 months.
The James Beard Foundation offers the Jean-Louis Palladin Professional Work/Study Grant to enable qualified professional cooks and chefs to work with producers of food products at their source. The amount of the grant will be based on the time and expenses needed to complete a specific training plan. Covered expenses include travel to and from the internship location and income subsidies and living expenses during the internship.
THE ILLUMINATION ATELIER, an on-going project in the arts, seeks individuals interested in learning the fine art of illumination. Uniquely, the ILLUMINATION ATELIER will provide an introduction to the history and special characteristics of manuscript illumination and illuminated painting; illumination and gilding skills including use of 22 karat gold leaf, silver leaf and copper leaf; preparation of linen, paper, papyrus and vellum for leafing; the use of egg tempera; and the interdisciplinary relationship of illumination to text and lettering design. Apprentices will work on and complete the actual illuminated paintings, utilizing knowledge gained in the Atelier setting and the specific characteristics of illumination pertinent to the current project.
North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, USA is pleased to provide Academic & Cultural Sharing Scholarships to qualified undergraduate international students, http://www.ndsu.edu/international/admission/undergraduate/scholarship/
This scholarship in the form of a tuition waiver offers undergraduate international students the ability to pay at 50% of the nonresident tuition rate, a savings of over US$7000.
Small in size. Big in resources. Tall among national universities. Wake Forest, located in Winston-Salem, NC, provides the intimacy and personal attention characteristic of America's most selective private institutions.
A postdoctoral position in THEORETICAL CHEMICAL PHYSICS is available with Professor A. Salam at Wake Forest University. The successful candidate will develop and apply methods for the investigation of radiation-molecule and molecule-molecule interactions.
Conservation Biology or Restoration Ecology, with an emphasis on plant community ecology, conservation, management or restoration.
Department of Biological Sciences, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Illinois, USA.
SIUE Graduate School Posting No.: GS10-870
As a tribute to the late Professor Ibrahim Shihata, Director General of the OPEC Special Fund, Senior Vice-president of the World Bank and General Counsel, Secretary General of ICSID and Professor of International Economic Law in the CEPMLP International Business Transactions Programme, the Centre has established a number of fellowship in his name