Du học master/PhD ở Đức/Germany và cơ hội việc làm

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  1. allroadsleadtoRome

    allroadsleadtoRome Thèm thuồng

    With 4400 staff members Forschungszentrum Juelich is the largest interdisciplinary research centre in Germany focusing its research in the fields of health, environment and energy, and information technology.
    The Institute for Chemistry and Dynamics of the Geosphere – Phytosphere (ICG-3) investigates dynamic processes in plants and their interaction with dynamic environments.
    The Quantitative Image Processing Group at ICG-3 seeks for a
    PhD Student (Computer Vision and Robotics)
    to begin work on a three-year PhD project. The group develops algorithms and methods for image-based plant measurements. Algorithms to be developed generally analyze multidimensional signals, in particular multichannel or multi-camera image sequences. This includes e.g. 3d reconstruction of deformable objects for measurement of the surface expansion of plant leaves, stereoscopic robot vision, diffusion-like methods for noise reduction, or reconstruction of diffusion tensor MRI-data. Methods applied start with suitable physical modeling of the acquired data, e.g. by PDEs, optimized discretization, variational and other energy minimization methods, Bayesian inference or channel representations.
    Tasks:
    • Solving a challenging task in a highly motivated, multidisciplinary team
    • Development, implementation, and validation of computer vision algorithms
    • Setup of lab experiments for the acquisition of test data
    • Presentation of results on international conferences and in scientific journals
    Requirements:
    • M.Sc. (or equivalent) in computer science, physics, mathematics, or a related discipline with a good final grade. Experience in pattern recognition, signal or image processing, automation and robotics is advantageous.
    • Interest in numerical/theoretical problems as well as a solid mathematical background
    • Good programming skills, especially in C/C++, CUDA, and Matlab are desirable
    • Good command of written and spoken English, as well as excellent technical and organizational skills
    • Willingness to communicate research results and to interact within an interdisciplinary and international research environment is expected.
    For more information visit our website:
    http://www.fz-juelich.de/icg/icg-3/index.php?index=1100
    and/or contact: Dr. Hanno Scharr, e-mail: h.scharr@fz-juelich.de
    Payment of the PhD fellow will be based on salary grade 13/2 Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD). Depending on the candidate‘s profile and the subject of his/her PhD thesis an additional allowance may be granted.
    The implementation of equal opportunities is a cornerstone of our staff policy, for which we have received the TOTAL E-QUALITY Award. Applications from women are therefore particularly welcome. We also welcome applications from disabled persons.
    Please send your application with the relevant documentation, quoting the reference code D039/2010, to:
    Institut für Chemie und Dynamik der Geosphäre (ICG-TA)
    Mr. K. Beumers
    Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
    52425 Jülich
    Germany
    http://www.fz-juelich.de
    Tentative Application Deadline: 30 June 2010
     
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  2. allroadsleadtoRome

    allroadsleadtoRome Thèm thuồng

    Hasso-Plattner-Institute (HPI) is a privately financed institute affiliated with the University of Potsdam. The Institute's founder and benefactor Professor Hasso Plattner, who is also co-founder and chairman of the supervisory board of SAP AG, has created an opportunity for students to experience a unique education in IT systems engineering in a professional research environment with a strong practice orientation.
    In 2005, HPI initiated the research school in "Service-Oriented Systems Engineering" under the scientific supervision of Professors Jürgen Döllner, Holger Giese, Robert Hirschfeld, Christoph Meinel, Felix Naumann, Hasso Plattner, Andreas Polze, Mathias Weske, and Patrick Baudisch.
    We are expanding our research school and are currently seeking

    • 8 Ph.D. students (monthly stipends 1400/1500/1600 Euro)
    • and 2 Postdocs (monthly stipend 1800 Euro)
    Positions will be available starting October 1, 2010. The stipends are not subject to income tax.
    The main research areas in the research school at HPI are:

    • Service-Oriented Geovisualization Systems (Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner)
    • Modeling and Verification of Self-Adaptive Service-Oriented Systems (Prof. Dr. Holger Giese)
    • Tools and Methods for Software Engineering in Service-Oriented Systems (Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld)
    • Security Engineering of Service-Based IT-Systems (Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel)
    • Service-Oriented Information Integration (Prof. Dr. Felix Naumann)
    • Evolutionary Transition of Enterprise Applications to Service-Orientation (Prof. Dr. h.c. Hasso Plattner)
    • Operating System Abstractions for Service-Oriented Computing (Prof. Dr. Andreas Polze)
    • Services Specification, Composition, and Enactment (Prof. Dr. Mathias Weske)
    • Quantitative Evaluation and Optimization of Service-Oriented Systems (Prof. Dr. Werner Zorn)
    Prospective candidates are invited to apply with:

    • Curriculum vitae and copies of degree certificates/transcripts,
    • A short research proposal,
    • Writing samples/copies of relevant scientific papers (e.g. thesis, etc.),
    • Letters of recommendation.
    Please submit your applications to the coordinator of the research school:
    Prof. Dr. Andreas Polze
    Hasso-Plattner-Institute
    Universität Potsdam
    Postfach 90 04 60
    14440 Potsdam, Germany
    Successful candidates will be notified by September 15, 2010 and are expected to enroll into the program on October 1, 2010.
    For further information, do not hesitate to contact the office:
    Telephone +49-331-5509-220
    Telefax +49-331-5509-229
    Email: office-polze(at)hpi.uni-potsdam.de
    Tentative Application Deadline: 30 June 2010
     
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  3. allroadsleadtoRome

    allroadsleadtoRome Thèm thuồng

    The University of Cologne offers a position for a beginning researcher in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics. The job opening is for a PhD student and is limited to three years. The preferred starting date is October 1st 2010 but this can be adjusted upon mutual agreement.
    The position is associated with a newly established Junior Research Group in Mathematical Physics which is funded by Prof. Zirnbauer's Leibniz Award and led by Dr. Thomas Quella. The interests of the group include topological phases of matter, disordered systems and critical phenomena as well as constructive aspects of quantum field theory and string theory. The University of Cologne offers an excellent research environment with close contacts to the Collaborative Research Center (SFB) "Symmetries and Universality in Mesoscopic Systems".
    Applicants must hold a Diploma, Master or an equivalent degree in Physics or Mathematics in order to qualify for the PhD position. The successful candidate will be highly motivated and will have an interest in applying rigorous mathematical methods to the solution of physical problems. Knowledge in quantum field theory and/or statistical physics will be advantageous.
    The University of Cologne is an equal opportunity employer in compliance with the German disability laws. Applications from women and disabled persons are particularly welcome.
    Further inquiries can be addressed to Dr. Thomas Quella (T.Quella@uva.nl) to whom also the applications should be sent. The deadline for applications is July 1th 2010. The application should include a cover letter, a CV, possibly a list of publications and/or a summary or copy of the master or diploma thesis as well as the name of two reference persons (one typically being the supervisor of the diploma/master thesis).
    Dr. Thomas Quella
    Cologne University, Institute of Theoretical Physics
    Cologne, Germany
    Ansprechpartner: Dr. Thomas Quella, T.Quella@uva.nl
    Tentative Application Deadline: 11 July 2010
     
  4. hanhtu

    hanhtu Thèm thuồng

    Mình hiện đang làm đồ án. Tháng 1/2011 mình tốt nghiệp. ĐTB hiện tại của mình là 8.0 và có nhiều khả năng được bằng giỏi. Mình có ý định học cao học Conputer Science ở Đức trong năm sau.
    Hiện mình chưa thi TOEFL hay IELTS và cũng chưa từng học tiếng Đức.
    Mình muốn xin thông tin về các trường đào tạo cao học CS ở Đức mà dạy bằng tiếng Anh (miễn học phí càng tốt). Với khả năng như mình thì nên chọn những trường nào.
    Mong sự giúp đỡ của mọi người!
     
  5. norther

    norther Thèm thuồng

    Bạn lên trang Web sau: DAAD - Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst và sau đó vào mục thông tin cho sinh viên nước ngoài. Trong mục này có chức năng courses search rất hiệu quả. Bạn chi cần chọn các thông yêu cầu và nhấn nút search. Chú ý là vì bạn muốn học bằng Tiếng Anh nên bạn nên chọn các khóa International Master's Courses. >:D<
     
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  6. waterfire

    waterfire có một ngày yến nhi

    bạn liên lạc với mình, mình có quen 1 người biết một trường ở đức miễn học phí và dạy bằng tiếng anh. Tuy nhiên, ráng kiếm học bổng đi bạn ;;)
     
  7. hanhtu

    hanhtu Thèm thuồng

    Mình cũng đang tìm kiếm thông tin về học bổng nói chung càng ít tốn kém càng tốt.
    Mình có thể liên lạc với bạn theo cách nào là tốt nhất.
     
  8. allroadsleadtoRome

    allroadsleadtoRome Thèm thuồng

  9. allroadsleadtoRome

    allroadsleadtoRome Thèm thuồng

    PhD stipend available in Machine Learning / Stochastic Systems Modeling
    In the Machine Learning Group of Herbert Jaeger(http://www.faculty.jacobs-university.de/hjaeger/) at Jacobs University Bremen, funding is available for a 3-year PhD stipend, starting in August 2010 or later. The stipend amounts to 1000 Euro / month. The PhD research under this stipend offers great freedom, because it is not tied to a funded project. There are only two constraints: the research should have a strong mathematical / analytical flavor, and it should contribute to the further development of observable operator models (OOMs) (http://www.faculty.jacobs-university.de/hjaeger/oom_research.html).
    Indicative topics. OOMs are an approach to model arbitrary stochastic processes with linear operators. This leads, on the one hand, to a general mathematical theory of stochastic processes in terms of linear algebra concepts. On the other hand, it leads to novel learning algorithms for stochastic system identification. OOM research in our group has always been heading into both of these two directions – mathematical theory, and practical (but mathematically well-founded) learning algorithms. It is up to the successful candidate to select an area in OOM research of his/her liking, after a decent time of initial training. Here is a choice of exemplary topics, where initial work has been done and which wait for a motivated craftsperson (or genius) to be further pursued:

    • Working out the connections between the formalism of quantum mechanics and OOMs. Both formalisms have conspicuous structural similarities, and there is hope they can be unified. This could lead to efficient algorithms for learning quantum models from observation data.
    • Develop novel methods for reinforcement learning and agent decision making. OOMs are closely related to predictive state representations, a recent innovation in reinforcement learning and agent modeling. We have a torso of a conceptually new approach to learning of optimal decision making in stochastic environments, waiting to be worked out.
    • Develop a theory which unifies stochastic grammars with stochastic processes. Grammar models of random sequences afford a structural analysis of such sequences, while process models lead to temporal analyses. It is an open and fundamental question how the two are related, with great potential impact on biosequence and speech analysis. Initial insights have been obtained in the group.
    • Extend the current core OOM formalism, which is defined using un-normed vector spaces, to a Hilbert space based theory. At least two ways of how this can be done have already been outlined. A completion of this line of research would lead to a deeper understanding of important statistical issues, especially concerning the approximation of high(or infinite-)dimensional models by low-dimensional ones.
    • Develop efficient online learning algorithms for OOMs. Currently only offline algorithms are statistically and computationally efficient; the few known online learning algorithms are inefficient to the degree of being useless in practice.
    Requirements. Simple to state: very good math skills, a formal-analytical mindset, and an interest in interdisciplinary exposure. It is not important (but of course gladly accepted) to have previous experience in probability or stochastic processes, but fluency in general math thinking and formula-writing and proof-finding is expected. A Master (or equivalent) degree in a suitable field would be the default formal requirement, but exceptionally motivated BSc degree holders will also be considered – and filed into the integrated PhD track of Jacob's freshly founded Mathematics, Modeling, and Computing research center (http://www.jacobs-university.de/mamoc).
    Working environment. Our machine learning group, which currently comprises 4 PhD students and 2 postdocs, pursues two major fields of research: recurrent neural networks of the reservoir computing (http://organic.elis.ugent.be/) flavor, and the modeling of stochastic dynamical systems with OOMs. Roughly speaking, the neural network research tends more to the engineering and applications side, while the OOM work is more foundational and mathematical. The group is coordinating the European project ORGANIC (http://organic.elis.ugent.be/organic), which is about complex and partly biologically inspired architectures for speech recognition based on recurrent neural networks. Furthermore, the group is a partner in the European AMARSi (http://amarsi.soltoggio.net/) consortium, which is is about biologically inspired architectures for humanoid robot motor control, again using recurrent neural networks. Finally, there is a project funded by the German National Research Society (DFG) which concerns OOM architectures for analyzing high-dimensional stochastic data, for instance from neural recordings, EEG, brain imaging, or gene regulation dynamics. Besides the intense working relationships with European groups afforded by these projects, we also enjoy a regular exchange of ideas (and sometimes, students) with world leading researchers in machine learning, especially Joshua Bengio and Richard Sutton.
    Our group meets several times a week for extended study and discussion of the research we are doing ourselves, and of relevant developments in the neighboring disciplines: computational neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, AI, bio-informatics, statistical physics, and more. This breadth of exposure reflects the interdisciplinary history of the group itself, and its current embedding in multidisciplinary large-scale projects.
    Jacobs University (http://www.jacobs-university.de/) is a special place: Germany's only full-fledged private university (with about 20 majors from the natural sciences, the social sciences and humanities, and engineering). Founded only 10 years ago, in some disciplines Jacobs has already reached the top position in the CHE ranking (http://www.che-ranking.de/cms/?getObject=613&getLang=en), Germany's most relevant university ranking. Students from more than 90 nations make Jacobs one of the most international universities on this planet. The campus language is English (also of course in our group). And our campus is beautiful.
    Bremen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bremen) is an ancient trading and harbor town close to the North Sea. It used to be Germany's port for coffee, cacao and wine, from which times a culture of open-mindedness has been preserved – it is easy to feel welcome in this town and its environments. Costs of living are among the lowest in Germany (average rent per square meter for small-to-medium-sized flats is about 6 Euros; Jacobs runs its own student accomodations which are even cheaper).
    Prolongation and transformation of stipend. After the research topic is settled, the project will be submitted for funding to the DFG. The outcome of this will become known at about the end of the second year; if positive, the stipend will be transformed into a work contract with a regular salary, and from then on continue for 2 (+1) years. If an external grant cannot be secured, a prolongation beyond three years cannot be guaranteed, but everything will be done to arrange this if the PhD project is not finished after three years (I don't think that a very good PhD thesis is typically achievable within 3 years if there is a demanding working-in phase involved, as I would expect in this case).
    First step. Please contact me by email (h.jaeger /at/ jacobs-university.de ) with an informal statement of interest, then we'll see further.
     
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  10. dhdung86

    dhdung86 Viên mãn

    10 PhD & 2 Postdoc Positions in Arithmetic Geometry,Global Analysis, Geometric PDE

    The DFG-Graduiertenkolleg GRK 1692 "Curvature, Cycles, and Cohomology" at the
    Department of Mathematics of the University Regensburg announces the opening
    of 10 PhD positions and 2 postdoc positions starting October 1, 2010. Its
    areas of research focus on the interaction of arithmetic geometry, global
    analysis, and geometric PDE. The prospective applicant should have a Diploma
    or Master degree and seek to finish a PhD project within 3 years.

    Applications are to be sent to

    Prof. Ulrich Bunke
    NWFI-Mathematik
    Universität Regensburg
    93040 Regensburg
    GERMANY

    Female candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.

    For further information see http://www-gkmathematik.uni-regensburg.de
     
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  11. PLC

    PLC Thèm thuồng

    Chết mình quên mất viết thiếu, mình đang ở bên Đức nhưng chương trình master hoàn toàn bằng tiếng Anh. Học phí là 500€/kì, sinh hoạt phí khá rẻ, cơ hội tiếp xúc với giới công nghiệp khá cao: xin được internship rồi sau tốt nghiệp đi làm luôn với bọn nó (mình thấy có nhiều người đã xin vào làm được Siemens hay BASF... nhưng tất nhiên không phải ai cũng xin được). Ông giáo sư thuộc hàng đầu thế giới, ở Đức theo mình biết thì chỉ có tầm 4-5 ông giáo sư cỡ thế giới trong ngành Process Control nhưng các ông kia đều không dạy bằng tiếng Anh. Nhưng tiếc là ít người ở VN biết để sang đây học, mấy năm vừa rồi không có mấy người đến.
     
  12. hieu_nd85

    hieu_nd85 Thèm thuồng

    Bác PLC làm ở trường nào vậy? Ở đó cơ hội xin Postdoc thế nào hả bác?
     
  13. Avante

    Avante Thèm thuồng

    Thông tin trường nào vậy bạn, mình cũng đang quan tâm. Thanks :)
     
  14. ptithcm

    ptithcm Thèm thuồng

    xin cho newbie chút ít thông tin về các trường đại học ở Germany với ạ!Các trường đào tạo master ngành:electric,telecommunication (radio,signal processing,optimization and plan radio network...).Xin cảm ơn các anh chị.
    Newbie cần các thông tin như là:điều kiện tham gia,các prof,chi phí,scholarship....Cảm ơn nhiều:D!
     
  15. norther

    norther Thèm thuồng

    Cái này thì mình biết rõ vì mình cùng chuyên ngành với bạn. Nhưng dài dòng lắm mà nhiều lúc viết lên đây lại bảo là spam. Tốt nhất cứ liên lạc trực tiếp với mình.
     
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  16. PLC

    PLC Thèm thuồng

    Mình đang làm với Prof. Sebastian Engell ở TU Dortmund. Hình như bạn đang làm với Prof Haiau về điều khiển trong hàng hải phải không? Nếu vậy thì cơ hội xin postdoc của bạn là cực khó không chỉ ở chỗ mình mà còn ở các ông giáo sư nổi tiếng khác ở châu Âu vì theo mình biết thì hướng nghiên cứu khác khá xa với bạn. Nếu muốn làm postdoc tiếp thì bạn nên tìm chỗ nào nghiên cứu về hàng hải, mà mấy cái đó thì mình không biết được thông tin gì.
     
  17. hieu_nd85

    hieu_nd85 Thèm thuồng

    Ồ không, em không làm với bác Haiau. Em cũng đang làm PhD ở Úc, nhưng là về wind turbine control. Do đó em mới hỏi bác về postdoc ở Đức, vì Đức là 1 số ít nước rất phát triển về wind energy. Em đoán do đó sẽ có nhiều lab, group làm research về mảng này. Ở trường bác có không? Có nhận sinh viên mà không làm PhD ở Đức làm postdoc không? Nếu bác biết ở các trường khác của Đức nữa thì share cho em với ạ.
    Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2010
  18. PLC

    PLC Thèm thuồng

    Wind power rất phát triển ở Đức và trên TG, gần như tách ra một nhánh riêng khỏi điều khiển truyền thống. Mình thấy hầu như rất ít bài báo viết về phần này trên các tạp chí điều khiển thông thường. Cá nhân mình không làm về phần này nên không biết ai ở Đức cả. Bạn đang nghiên cứu ở mảng này thì chắc phải biết nhiều hơn mình về các nhóm làm về mảng này nổi tiếng.

    Còn tất nhiên ở Đức có nhận PhD không ở Đức làm postdoc. Nhưng việc họ nhận bạn hay không thì phụ thuộc vào nhiều yếu tố chẳng hạn: nghiên cứu của bạn có phù hợp với hướng đang làm không, có vị trí còn trống không hay có yêu cầu bí mật công nghệ không.... Sao bạn không trao đổi với thầy Quang. Thầy chắc chắn biết rất rõ về mảng này ở Đức.
     
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  19. hieu_nd85

    hieu_nd85 Thèm thuồng

    Em cũng làm đồ án tốt nghiệp dưới sự hướng dẫn của thầy Quang. Em có thể hỏi thầy hoặc supervisor hiện nay của em được. Đến giờ em cũng mới làm PhD được gần 1 năm nên cũng không biết nhiều group lắm, chủ yếu là ở Ireland, USA chứ em không rõ tình hình ở Đức. Em thấy bác đang làm ở Đức nên hỏi thử xem ở trường bác thế nào thôi ạ. Là người trong cuộc, đang làm ở đó nên có thể bác sẽ biết 1 số thông tin chi tiết hơn. Dù sao cũng cảm ơn bác.
    Ps: Bác chắc cũng học ở HUT. Bác là khóa bao nhiêu vậy ạ. Em đoán chắc phải tầm K43-K45
     
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  20. thinhdt

    thinhdt Viên mãn

    Khóa 45 ông Hiều ơi:))
     

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