The Center for Data Science and Systems Complexity (DSSC) at the Faculty of Science and Engineering has been offered a Marie Sklodowska Curie COFUND grant.
The COFUND actions are awarded to regional, national and international programmes for research training and career development that involve international mobility. With this grant DSSC Programme will recruit 10, 4-year long PhD positions (early-stage researchers) in the areas of Adaptive Models & Big Data, Complex Systems & Engineering, Advanced Instrumentation & Big Data.
The 10 PhD positions will be added to the group of 70+ researchers who collaborate at the DSSC to develop new methods that help solve the challenges associated with the combination of Big Data and Systems Complexity.
We will keep you informed about the following steps and the procedure for the filling of the 10 positions.
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