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DSSC COFUND call for PhD applications NOW OPEN!

15 May 2017

The DSSC opens the call for applications for 10, 4-year PhD positions co-funded through the Marie Sklodowska Curie COFUND action to under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Work Programme.

The call is addressed to talented early stage researchers with a background in fields relevant to the DSSC such as mathematics, statistics, computer science, artificial intelligence, engineering, physics, bioinformatics, astronomy, in the first 4 years of their research career and who have not spent more than 12 months in the last three years in the Netherlands. The mission of the DSSC Doctoral Programme is to train researchers who will be part of the next generation of interdisciplinary data and complexity experts. Therefore, the 10 PhDs will be involved in interdisciplinary projects in the three DSSC areas: Adaptive Models & Big Data, Complex Systems & Engineering, and Advanced Instrumentation & Big Data.

Applicants are invited to read the call’s conditions and apply on the Vacancies page until July 15 2017, 23.59 local time.

Poster with extended information.

Last modified:07 August 2020 12.15 p.m.

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