KTH School of Computer Science and Communication (CSC) announces PhD Positions in Robotics and Computer vision at the School of Computer Science and Communication (CSC) in Sweden 2013
Study Subject(s):The grant is provided to learn robotics and computer vision.
Course Level:This programme is available for PhD degree level
Scholarship Provider:KTH Royal Institute of Technology
The award can be taken at:Sweden
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Eligibility:The potential candidate must have a master’s degree in an area such as Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Informatics or Physics. Good command of written and spoken English and programming skills are required and experience with robotics, computer vision and machine learning an asset. Applicants must be strongly motivated for doctoral studies, possess the ability to work independently and perform critical analysis as well as possess good levels of cooperative and communicative abilities.
Scholarship Open for International Students:Sweden students can apply for this Scholarship
Description:KTH Computer Sicence and Communication (CSC) is looking for at least one PhD student in Robotics. The students will be affiliated with the Computer Vision and Active Perception Lab (CVAP) and the Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS) at CSC and will work in one of our ongoing or new EU projects . The scope of the positions are mobile robotics, computer vision and control and example topics for studies are life-long 3D mapping, multi-agent control, and perception for control. These are four-year, time-limited positions but can by including a maximum of 20% departmental duties, usually teaching be extended by one year. Research students must be registered at KTH. The starting date is open for discussion, though ideally we would like successful candidates to start early 2013.
Number of Positions:One scholarship is offered.
Duration of Awards:award is offered for four-years.
How to Apply:The mode of applying is by Email or by Post.
application Deadline:Do submit your applications till November 15, 2012