[Opt-Net] Open positions at the University of Bergen - 2 PhD candidates
Dag.Haugland at uib.no
Fri Feb 26 16:10:34 CET 2016
At the University of Bergen (Norway), Department of Informatics, two
are vacant. Applicants must, by August 1 2016, have completed a master
degree or equivalent in mathematics or informatics specializing in a
relevant field, one of which is *optimization*. Applicants with an
interest in optimization are encouraged to contact a faculty member of
the Optimization Research Group: http://www.uib.no/en/node/57671.
The advertisement reads:
The Department of Informatics is now recruiting 2 research fellows in
informatics/computer science. The department is ranked first in Norway
with respect to the quality of its research, by the Research Council of
Norway.The fellowship positions are for a fixed term of 4 years, of
which 25% will comprise mandatory work such as teaching and/or
administrative tasks. The fellowship period may be reduced if you have
been previously employed as a research fellow / research assistant or
Qualifications and personal qualities:
You must hold a master's degree within the field of informatics or
mathematics (or achieved equivalent qualifications). Candidates in their
final semester are invited to apply if they plan to complete their final
master’s exam *by 1 August 2016*. Employment will then be postponed
until the master’s degree is obtained.
You must have qualifications to complete a PhD programme within a field
of research that is compatible with one of the six research groups of
the department. These are: Algorithms, Bioinformatics, Optimization,
Programming theory, Computer Security and Visualization.
You must be able to work independently and in a structured manner and to
demonstrate good collaborative skills.
You must be proficient in both written and oral English.
The positions will be filled 1 August 2016
Application deadline: April 1 2016
For more details, please visit
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