[robocup-athome] [jobs] Robotics PhD positions in Groningen, for candidates outside the Netherlands

Wolf, B.J. b.j.wolf at rug.nl
Mon Jul 10 08:32:56 UTC 2017


Dear list members,

Several new fully funded PhD positions available in the Data Science &
Systems Complexity programme at the Faculty of Science and Engineering at
the University of Groningen.
The projects entitled `The value of data' and `Home robotics' will be
supervised by Bart Verheij and myself, together with Ernst Wit and Ming
Cao, respectively.

If you are interested in artificial intelligence, logic, probability
theory, argumentation, data analysis or robotics, don't hesitate to apply!
If you have questions, do get in touch with:

l.c.verbrugge at rug.nl
b.verheij at rug.nl

Information about the two projects:
The value of data: http://www.rug.nl/research/fse/themes/dssc/cofund/
training/#project-4-the-value-of-data
Home robotics: http://www.rug.nl/research/fse/themes/dssc/cofund/
training/#project-13-home-robotics

There is also a project co-supervised by Marieke van Vugt:
http://www.rug.nl/research/fse/themes/dssc/cofund/training/#project-7-
understanding-the-complex-system-of-the-brain

…and a project co-supervised by Marco Wiering and Lambert Schomaker:
http://www.rug.nl/research/fse/themes/dssc/cofund/training/#project-2-
dimensionality-reduction-for-huge-classification-problems

Information about application:
http://www.rug.nl/research/fse/themes/dssc/cofund/application/

Please note the following:
- In your motivation letter, you should apply for a specific project or
projects.
- There are restrictions: you should not have resided or carried out your
main activity in The Netherlands for more than 12 months in the three years
before July 15, 2017 (the deadline for application).

Best wishes,

Ben Wolf
team leader Team Borg, University of Groningen


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