Mit dem Bachelor oder Master (bald) fertig? Auf dem IST gibt es ein interessantes PhD-Studium.
Bewerbungsfrist ist der 15. Jänner 2012. (Werbepause)
The Graduate School at IST Austria is looking for bright students to join us. We invite applicants with bachelor’s or master’s degrees (or equivalent) from all disciplines of the natural sciences, mathematics, computer sciences, and any interdisciplinary areas, who are committed to pursue their scientific career in an international research environment are invited to apply. We are particularly looking for students with an interest in interdisciplinary work.
The PhD program combines advanced coursework and research, for a total duration of 4-5 years. The program starts with coursework and rotations, followed by a specific project of one’s choice. Applicants do not need to identify their supervisor from the start. Admitted students have up to a year to identify their supervisor.
For students starting in September 2012 the deadline for application will be January 15th, 2012. All applications must be received on-line through a web site available during the application period (mid-November to January 15).
The language of the Graduate School is English. All PhD students are admitted in a competitive selection process, once a year, and receive an internationally attractive salary for the duration of the PhD program. IST Austria does not charge tuition or fees, and we do not have an age limit. Applicants do not need to identify their supervisor from the start. Admitted students have up to a year to identify their supervisor.
All participants are selected in an annual, institute-wide admissions process according to their research potential.
The Institute offers PhD students positions with the following faculty who work in the field of computer science (note: additional faculty members work in the field of evolutionary biology, cell and molecular biology, biophysics, as well as neuroscience):
Krishnendu Chatterjee – Game Theory and Software Systems Theory
Herbert Edelsbrunner – Algorithms, Geometry, and Topology
Thomas A. Henzinger – Software Systems Theory
Vladimir Kolmogorov – Computer Vision and Graph Algorithms
Christoph Lampert – Computer Vision and Machine Learning
Krzysztof Pietrzak – Cryptography
Caroline Uhler – Statistics
Chris Wojtan – Computer Graphics
Further information about the program is available on our website at http://www.ist.ac.at/graduate-school/applications .