Sweden/Thụy điển: Học bổng sau đại học & cơ hội

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  1. sesame

    sesame Thèm thuồng

    Application deadline August 15, 2007.
    Reference number 2007/73-75

    The number of active safety functions increases rapidly in modern cars. Environmental concerns like fuel consumption and traffic congestion drives the development towards smaller cars. This demands more efficient use of on-board safety actuators. A key enabler for active safety is the utilization of multiple sensors. Multiple usages of sensors and more efficient use of actuators require a rapid increase in quantity and quality of information exchange in the on-board electric architecture. To meet these challenges, Chalmers University of Technology and Volvo Car Corporation announce a PhD research student position in each of the fields “Prepare vehicle for collision”, “Sensor Fusion with Situation Assessment” and “Software Requirements engineering”.

    The research will be conducted in form of a multi-disciplinary research project. Appointees will be employed by Chalmers and located to Lindholmen Science Park together with 50 other researchers with the common mission to save lives by boundless research.

    Ref. 2007/73: Prepare vehicle for collision
    The PhD-student will design and evaluate a system that “prepares the vehicle for an impending collision” so that the injury risks for the occupants are minimized. This system will take various occupant characteristics, e.g. age, body weight, stature and gender, and type of collisions into account. The new system includes components such as passive restraints, advanced actuators, algorithms for activation of passive restraints and actuators, sensors that measure pre-collision occupant position and occupant characteristics.

    The topics will mainly be literature reviews, algorithm design, vehicle dynamics, and passive restraints. The methods used to study the effect of the system will mainly be mathematical simulation of occupants and restraints but also experimental methods may be considered.

    The appointee should preferably be interested in new challenges within the field of traffic safety and have MSc. experience from mathematical modeling.

    For further information, please contact Johan Davidsson,
    johan.davidsson@chalmers.se or 031-772 3640.

    Ref. 2007/74: Sensor Fusion with Situation Assessment
    The main goal for this PhD-student is to develop new technologies for using sensor information to evaluate and understand dangerous traffic situations. The sensors include GPS, radar and vision, and also internal sensors. The tasks involve long-range road estimation, predicting the future pattern of events and calculating the probabilities of various types of collisions. Object classification may also be an important ingredient.
    The tasks are multi-disciplinary, and sensor fusion, tracking and threat assessment are some of the necessary tools to reach the goals.

    A suitable background is a M.Sc. degree in engineering (EE or similar), and a good understanding of mathematical statistics and signal processing. Experience from real-time programming is a plus.

    For further information, please contact Mats Viberg,
    viberg@chalmers.se or 031-772 1773.

    Ref. 2007/75: Software Requirements Engineering
    Future generations of automotive electronic safety systems will be sensor rich and include many new functions. Their development will be increasingly market driven using model-based approaches. The stakeholders in such systems are many and the number of requirements is very extensive, with both functional and non-functional demands. Therefore, research is needed to provide efficient requirement engineering processes, methods and tools.
    This includes areas such as:
    - Non-functional requirements (safety, reliability, robustness etc.).
    - Requirement abstractions and organization.
    - Market-driven requirement engineering

    Applicants shall have a strong background in software engineering. A master degree in engineering is a suitable background.

    For further information, please contact Peter Öhman,
    peter.ohman@chalmers.se or 031-772 3664.

    Details about employment
    The appointee must also have been admitted to Chalmers Doctoral Programme. PhD student positions are limited to five years and will then normally include 20% departmental work, mostly teaching duties. Admission and employment are regulated in Chalmers’ Rules of Procedure for Doctoral Programmes >>, §4 and §5. Salary follows the agreement for PhD student positions.

    Your application
    shall consist of a cover letter with the reference number 2007/yy stated, a complete CV, copies of exam diploma with grades and other documents you wish to refer to.
    The application should preferably be sent by email to: registrator@chalmers.se or by surface mail to:
    Registrar, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96 Göteborg, Sweden
    Phone via Chalmers exchange: +46 31 772 10 00
    Fax registrar: +46 31 772 49 22
    Last day for application is August 15, 2007.

    Link: http://chalmersnyheter.chalmers.se/chalmers03/svensk/ext_ledigatjansterarticle.jsp?article=9620
     
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  2. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    Admission of third country researchers to Sweden

    Admission of third country researchers to Sweden

    (For more in formation: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2005:289:0015:0022:EN:PDF)

    Högskoleverket (Swedish National Agency for Higher Education) has been designated as the public agency responsible for accrediting research organisations in accordance with Directive 2005/71/EC regarding the admission of third country researchers into the EEA, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein. This Directive was transposed into Swedish legislation in 2008 (SFS 2008:290).

    Hosting agreements

    The admission of third country researchers to Sweden for more than three months for the purpose of carrying out research takes place on the basis of a hosting agreement drawn up between a research organisation and a researcher. The hosting agreement specifies the legal relationship and working conditions of the researcher. A hosting agreement must be approved by Migrationsverket (Swedish Migration Board). More details can be found on its website at: Migrationsverket.

    Accredited research organisations

    Research organisations that wish to enter into hosting agreements are subject to an accreditation process conducted by the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education. A list of accredited research organisations can be viewed here. If a third country researcher would like to reach a hosting agreement with a research organisation that is not on the list, the researcher should inform this organisation to contact the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education.

    Residence permits

    Although third country researchers no longer require work permits to conduct research in Sweden, they do require residence permits. Researcher should apply to the Swedish Migration Board for a residence permit. More details can be found on its website at: Migrationsverket.

    More information about the accreditation of research organisations is available from Ann-Catrin Lagerkvist (email: ann-catrin.lagerkvist@hsv.se, tel: 0046 (0)8 563 085 60).
     
  3. caman

    caman Thèm thuồng

    [SWEDEN][EE]Doctoral student in communication network planning, design...

    Vacant Positions

    Lund University is Scandinavia’s largest institution for education and research in a great number of disciplines, such as engineering, natural sciences, law, social science, economics, medicine, theology and the arts. The University has over 38 000 students and approximately 5 300 employees located in Lund, Malmö and Helsingborg. We have a comprehensive global network and a growing co-operation within the Öresund University framework within Southern Sweden and Eastern Denmark. LTH forms the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University, with approximately 6 500 students and 850 PhD-students. The research carried out at LTH is of high international standard and we continuously develop our teaching and adapt our courses to the needs of today.

    Lund University invites applications for the following position:

    Doctoral student in communication network planning, design, and optimization

    Place: Department of Electrical and Information Technology
    Reference number: PA 2008/3139
    Last day for applying: October 12, 2008
    For further information please contact: Michal Pioro, +46 462229669, Michal.Pioro@eit.lth.se or Ulf Körner, +46 462229007, Ulf.Korner@eit.lth.se

    More information: http://www.eit.lth.se

    Work description
    The PhD position is in the research area of communication and computer networking. Research focus is on network design and operation methods, involving mathematical optimization models and techniques, applied to modern networking paradigms, including Internet (IP overlay/P2P networks), optical transport networks, wireless systems, and recent networking solutions such as ad hoc, sensor, and meshed wireless networks. The research will be carried out in close collaboration with Swedish and international industry and academia. The PhD student will be offered collaboration opportunities and research visits to leading European laboratories.

    Requirements
    The candidate should have a university degree within a relevant study program (master of science in telecom, electrical engineering, computer science, mathematics, or similar) and preferably have high mathematical and programming skills, and be fluent in English.

    Eligibility
    Employment as a Doctoral student can only be granted if you have been accepted to the postgraduate student program. Acceptance to the postgraduate student program is based on the estimated ability to perform well in your postgraduate studies. This is also one of the basic criteria for employment. Furthermore you need a valid university degree within a relevant study program. As a Doctoral student you will mainly be working with you research project, but you can also be given more general tasks within the department i.e. teaching, research and administrative work, in accordance with the regulations. Rules for employment as a Doctoral student is stated in "The Higher Education Ordnance (SFS 1998:80), Chapter 5".

    Other
    Lund University encourages both men and women to apply for the position. Salary is determined on an individual basis within certain guidelines for this type of position.

    Your application should contain the following documents:
    -Letter of application including the correct reference number PA 2008/3139 for the position. (The application should be written in Swedish or English.)
    -Curriculum Vitae -Copies of certificates and copies of any other document that you wish to include in your application.

    The application should be addressed to the Faculty of Engineering and sent to: Registry Office, Lund University, P.O. Box 117, SE-221 00 LUND.

    Last day for applying is: October 12, 2008
     
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  4. TySun

    TySun Mong manh dễ vỡ

    Học bổng sau đại học & giảng dạy tại Sweden.

    Uppsala University

    1. PhD STUDENT in chemistry, within the discipline of physical
    chemistry, with placement at the Division of Physical Chemistry,
    Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science
    N.B. Application no later than June 5, 2009.
    http://www.naturvetenskap.lu.se/upload/LUPDF/natvet/Utlysningar/090605_1024E.pdf

    2. Associate senior lecturer in mathematical statistics with
    specialisation in statistical methods and models in biology and
    medicine at the Division of Mathematical Statistics
    N.B. Application no later than July 31, 2009.
    http://www.naturvetenskap.lu.se/upload/LUPDF/natvet/Utlysningar/090731_1148E.pdf
     
  5. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    PhD Studentship in Automatio

    PhD Studentship in Automation at the department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers University of Technology

    Reference number 2009/81
    Application deadline 2009-06-14

    The research group in Automation at the department of Signals and Systems is internationally well recognized with strong networks in both academy and industry. General Motors, USA has identified the group as one of their main global strategic research partners within automation. For more than a decade the group (now including about 15 members) has focused its research on development and implementation of reconfigurable automation systems for flexible production.

    Job description

    The three announced PhD student positions are concentrated on virtual development, control and optimization of production systems with special emphasis on flexible robot stations. Industry faces the challenge to introduce and produce new products much more quickly than today. This means that both the product and the production system must be developed entirely within a virtual (computer) environment.

    To achieve this virtual development process, our research is interdisciplinary, on the border between Systems Engineering, Computer Science and Production Engineering. We develop theory, methods and software tools based on

    formal methods for discrete event and logical systems
    artificial intelligence
    discrete optimization
    control theory
    Collaboration is performed with industry such as Volvo Cars, Volvo Aero, ABB, SAAB and TetraPak, as well as other research groups, both national and international. The research is funded by Vinnova, and the 7th EU Research Framework Programme.

    Details about employment. PhD student positions are limited to five years and will normally include 80% research and 20% departmental work, mostly teaching duties.

    Qualifications

    Applicants should hold an M.Sc. degree (civ.ing.) or similar in an engineering discipline, awarded by an internationally recognised university-level institution – or documented equivalent thereof. Applicants should have good analytical skills and good ability to work independently towards the goals expressed in the project plans. Applicants are expected to have an excellent working knowledge of both written and spoken English. Since the group’s teaching activities are conducted in both Swedish and English, knowledge of Swedish is an advantage.

    Application procedure

    The application shall be written in English and include the following items:

    An application of a maximum of one A4 page containing your specific qualifications for the position
    Attested copies of education certificates, including grade reports and other documents
    Curriculum Vitae
    Letters of recommendation and name of reference persons (optional)
    The application shall be sent electronically as pdf or zipped documents. Please use the button at the foot of the page to reach the application form.

    If any material is not available electronically or cannot be transferred to pdf format, the material can be sent as a hard copy to Registrar. The applicants name and the reference number (2009/81) must be written on the first page of the application.

    Address:
    Registrar
    Chalmers University of Technology
    SE-412 96 Göteborg
    Sweden

    Further information

    Professor Bengt Lennartson, +46 31 772 3722
    bengt.lennartson@chalmers.se

    Professor Martin Fabian, +46 31 772 3716
    fabian@chalmers.se

    Assistant professor Knut Åkesson, +46 701 74 95 25
    knut@chalmers.se

    Dr Petter Falkman, +46 732 46 99 10
    pf@chalmers.se

    For more general information about the Department of Signals and Systems, see http://www.chalmers.se/s2/en

    Union representatives

    SACO: Jan Lindér
    ST: Marie Wenander
    SEKO: Ralf Berndtsson
    All reachable via Chalmers exchange: +46 31 772 10 00

    Apply for this job at:
    http://www.chalmers.se/s2/EN/news/vacancies-at-signals/positions/three-phd-student/vacancy_application_form
     
  6. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    PhD position in Heat and Power Technology at Chalmers University of Technology

    Reference number 2009/80
    Application deadline 2009-06-15

    The research within the Department of Energy and Environment covers a wide field within the areas energy and environment from a global perspective to industrial, building and product scale.

    The overall aim of research within the Heat and Power Technology group is to develop and spread knowledge concerning rational use of biomass (including biorefineries), energy efficiency and CO2 emissions reduction opportunities in industrial processes.

    Biorefinery concepts have become of high interest for e.g. Swedish process industry, not the least the pulp and paper one. In biorefineries alternative transportation fuels, electricity/heat and/or “green” materials or chemicals can be produced.

    For more information of Heat and Power Technology, see

    chalmers: Swedish Hybrid Vehicle Centre
    Job description

    The project is a part of a bigger one with totally three PhD projects, partly financed by the Södra Research Foundation and in cooperation with this pulp and paper group. The main aim with the PhD project is to improve knowledge of technical, economic and environmental consequences of different strategic biorefinery developments in the pulp and paper industry. The main parts of the project will be:

    Further energy efficiency opportunities in the pulp and paper industry
    Comparisons biorefinery concepts
    Optimal use of excess heat, connected to biorefinery concepts
    The work will be conducted in close cooperation with industry and other PhD projects/research groups.

    The PhD position also involves taking part in the undergraduate education.

    Qualifications

    Applicants should hold an M.Sc. degree (civ.ing.) in an engineering discipline, awarded by an internationally recognised university-level institution – or documented equivalent thereof. Applicants should have good analytical skills and good ability to work independently towards the goals expressed in project plans. Good knowledge in industrial energy systems and related subjects is essential.

    Applicants are expected to have an excellent knowledge of both written and spoken English. Since the group’s teaching activities are conducted in both Swedish and English, knowledge of Swedish is an advantage.

    Details about employment

    PhD student positions are limited to five years and will normally include 20% departmental work, mostly teaching duties. Salary for the position is as specified in Chalmers’ general agreement for PhD student positions (current entry level is 23,273 kr per month).

    Application procedure

    The application shall be written in English and include the following items:

    An application of a maximum of one A4 page containing your specific qualifications for the position
    Attested copies of education certificates, including grade reports and other documents
    Curriculum Vitae
    Letters of recommendation and name of reference persons (optional)
    The application shall be sent electronically as pdf or zipped documents. Please use the button at the foot of the page to reach the application form.

    If any material is not available electronically or cannot be transferred to pdf format, the material can be sent as a hard copy to Registrar. The applicants name and the reference number (2009/80) must be written on the first page of the application.

    Address:
    Registrar
    Chalmers University of Technology
    SE-412 96 Göteborg
    Sweden

    Further information

    Professor Thore Berntsson, thore.berntsson@chalmers.se

    For more general information about the Department of Energy and Environment, read here>>

    http://www.chalmers.se/ee/EN/research/research-divisions/heat-power-technology
    Union representatives

    SACO: Jan Lindér
    ST: Marie Wenander
    SEKO: Ralf Berndtsson
    All reachable via Chalmers exchange: +46 31 772 10 00

    Apply for this job at:
    http://www.chalmers.se/ee/EN/news/vacancies/positions/phd-positions-in-heat/vacancy_application_form
     
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  7. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    All blonde and blue-eyed? — The myth of modern Sweden

    All blonde and blue-eyed? — The myth of modern Sweden

    by: Christine Demsteader

    So everyone resembles a Viking, drives a Volvo and eats a staple diet of pickled herring and meatballs — right? Think again. Sweden today is a multicultural mix of flavors, tastes and languages from all over the world.

    As a design student in China, Xiaoping Li used to go on field trips to IKEA. The popularity of Swedish design abroad brought the 26-year-old from Beijing to Gothenburg University where she is taking a Master’s of Fine Arts in Design. “In China, IKEA is seen as a luxury brand,” she says. “It’s very different here, where it’s affordable for everyone.”

    Indeed, perceptions aren’t always what they seem. Perhaps you’ve heard the average Swede is as socially cold as the country’s climate? “I always thought the Swedes were shy,” Li adds. “So I’ve been surprised by how friendly the people are and curious about different cultures.”

    This should come as little surprise considering that around 20 percent of the Swedish population has a foreign background.

    Sweden’s history of immigration
    “Sweden is one of the countries in Europe with the highest percentage of immigrants,” says Kirk Scott, Associate Professor at Lund University’s Center for Economic Demography. “Historically, Sweden has had a more open reception policy than other countries.”

    The first notable wave of immigration into Sweden came in the post-World War II period with workers from Germany and Holland, later spreading to southern Europe including Italy, Greece and Turkey.

    From 1972 onwards asylum immigration came into focus. But Sweden had already welcomed refugees due to civil unrest in Hungary in the 1950s, the former Czechoslovakia in the 1960s and Chile in the 1970s.

    Over the last 60 years, Sweden’s status as a homogenous country has been radically changed. But immigration has impacted the country for centuries.

    From industry to academia
    “Sweden’s economic base was basically built by migrants,” says Professor Scott. “In the 13th century, the Hanseatic League dealt with all Sweden’s foreign trade and the Swedish iron industry was developed by German, Dutch and Walloon expertise.”

    Professor Scott hails from America and has been in Sweden for 19 years. Over that time he has seen the impact of a changing society on the educational system.

    “We’ve always had a considerable exchange program, but there has been a huge increase in the number of international students,” he says. “It may have something to do with the free education, and that may change, but you will not find more multi-cultural universities in most of Europe.”

    Students have their say
    Lucy Elvis agrees. The 23-year-old from Birmingham, UK, is studying a Master’s in Visual Culture at Lund University. “All the Swedish students I know submit their papers in English and it’s never a problem conversing with Swedes away from the campus,” she says. “Still, it’s satisfying to know you’re never too far away from an IKEA and you will meet Swedes with blonde hair.”

    Muhammad Shahid Chaudhry, from Faisalabad in Pakistan, knew Sweden was home to the Nobel Prize. Other than that he had very little knowledge about the country where he came to pursue his studies. Now, studying for a Master’s in Electrical Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, he has other ideas.

    “I’m not in one of the bigger cities, but there are students here from Africa, China, India and more,” he says. “There’s a sense of cultural respect and whilst you have the opportunity of getting to grips with Sweden, you also have the chance of getting to know the world.”

    Brazilian Suzana Muller has had links with Sweden throughout the last 30 years. As a 17-year-old exchange student in Stockholm in 1978, she returned in 1984 on a Swedish Institute scholarship and stayed to work until 1990. She returned in 2008 to visit friends and describes the difference as “astronomical.”

    “Stockholm has become a vibrant cosmopolitan city,” she says. “There’s been a positive effect from the world’s influence; Swedes have become less conservative, more social, and if you look down a street from a vantage point, there’s no longer a sea of blonde heads, it’s a real blend of people.”

    Typically Swedish?
    As with many other European countries, immigrants in Sweden are largely concentrated in the bigger cities, and there have been mixed experiences of integration. But the large ethnic variety that does exist makes it problematic to define what is typically Swedish today.

    “There is always talk about what Swedes stereotypically look like,” says Gillis Herlitz, Doctor of Ethnology and author of the book ‘Swedes: How we are and why we are like we are.’ “But what’s more important is the way we behave. Foreigners think we are honest, a bit naïve, not very conversational and we like rules and order.” But internationalization could be changing those characteristics.

    “Culture is never static and young people especially are influenced by the same international movements,” he adds. “Nationality is not the most important cultural boundary today; one must look at age, education, a rural or urban background – because that is the key to ways of behaving.”

    Interestingly, Xiaoping in Gothenburg, Lucy in Lund, and Muhammad in Karlskrona all expressed an interest to staying in Sweden to either pursue their studies or find work in Sweden’s ‘international’ environment.

    All blonde and blue-eyed? — The myth of modern Sweden – Study in Sweden – SWEDEN.SE
     
  8. justme

    justme Thèm thuồng

    Sweden: 8 Postdoc Fellowships at Malardalen University

    One Year Post Doctoral Research Fellowships
    The Swedish National Strategic Research Centre on Embedded Software PROGRESS

    Mälardalen University is an expansive university with a strong focus on engineering, and the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering is a research intensive environment with strong focus on Embedded systems, Real-time systems and Software Engineering.

    PROGRESS
    The Swedish national strategic research centre on embedded software PROGRESS, hosted by Mälardalen University in Västerås, Sweden, is offering excellent career opportunities for top-talents by providing
    8 one year post doctoral research fellowships
    with possible extension to two years

    Earliest starting date: September 1st 2009
    Deadline for submissions: June 30, 2009 (cut-off date; submissions received after that date are welcome and will be considered as long as there are fellowships available)

    Required qualifications: PhD in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or Computer Engineering (or equivalent) and proven research excellence in at least one of the areas listed below.

    Application
    Submit your application electronically at http://www.mrtc.mdh. se/progress/ postdoc09/

    Research areas
    Prospective candidates should have a proven track record related to one of the following research directions:
    - Component Model
    This research direction has the main responsibility for developing ProCom, the component model to which all PROGRESS activities are linked.
    - Formal Modelling and Analysis
    This research direction works in the area of formal models, analysis techniques, and tools for verification of embedded systems.
    - Timing Analysis
    This research direction deals with code-level timing analysis techniques for components and component-based systems, mainly Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) analysis.
    - Dependability
    This research direction focuses on techniques for analyzing and ensuring dependability of component based real-time systems.
    - Deployment
    This research direction provides mappings and translations from the software design to executing code on particular target platforms.
    - Development Environment and Process
    This research direction provides a tool infrastructure with a set of basic tools and support for integration of other tools (provided by PROGRESS or externally), as well as guidelines for component-based development processes, and techniques for integrating such development in existing processes.
    - Componentization of Legacy
    This research direction provides methods and techniques that assist in integrating legacy code in the component-based development, as well as providing faithful execution of legacy code in a component-based setting.
    - Legacy Property Prediction
    This research direction focuses on existing industrial “legacy” systems, with the purpose of providing timing and resource usage information necessary for componentization of legacy code.

    For more information
    Professor Hans A Hansson,
    School of Innovation, Design and Engineering, Mälardalen University
    e-mail: hans.hansson@ mdh.se, phone: +46-21-10 31 63
    http://www.mrtc.mdh.se/progress/index.php?choice=postdoc09

    Ps: tớ thấy có topic về Sweden trong này mà ko để ý, nhờ mod chuyển dùm.
     
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2009
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  9. iCyborg

    iCyborg i am a cyborg

    Three PhD positions and two post-doctoral positions are available at the AASS Learning Systems Lab, Örebro University, Sweden (AASS Learning Systems Lab)

    Applications can be sent immediately and will be considered until the positions are fixed.

    * PhD Position 1: "Motion Learning of Human Manipulation Skills".
    Full call:
    http://aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/announcements/PhD_Position_HANDLE_2009.pdf
    Contact Person: Dr. Boyko Iliev (e-mail: boyko.iliev@oru.se
    <mailto:boyko.iliev@oru.se>, Web:
    http://www.aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/biv.html)
    This position is fully funded within the EU project HANDLE
    (Handle Project Website). * PhD Position 2: "Pollution Monitoring with Stationary and Mobile
    Gas Sensors".
    Full call:
    http://aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/announcements/PhD_Position-DIADEM_2009.pdf
    Contact Person: Achim J. Lilienthal (e-mail:
    achim.lilienthal@oru.se <mailto:achim.lilienthal@oru.se>, Web:
    AASS Learning Systems Lab - Achim J. Lilienthal)
    This position is fully funded within the EU project Diadem
    (http://www.ist-diadem.eu/). * PhD Position 3: "Active Safety for Autonomous Transportation in
    Unstructured Environments".
    Full call:
    http://aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/announcements/PhD_Position-ALL4eHAM.pdf
    Contact Person: Achim J. Lilienthal (e-mail:
    achim.lilienthal@oru.se <mailto:achim.lilienthal@oru.se>, Web:
    AASS Learning Systems Lab - Achim J. Lilienthal)
    This position is fully funded within the KKS project ALL-4-eHAM.
    * Post-doctoral Position 1: "Developing Human-Equivalent
    Manipulation Skills on a 5-Finger Dexterous Robot Hand"
    Full call:
    http://aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/announcements/Postdoc_Position-HANDLE.pdf
    Contact Person: Dr. Boyko Iliev (e-mail: boyko.iliev@oru.se
    <mailto:boyko.iliev@oru.se>, Web:
    http://www.aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/biv.html)
    This position is fully funded within the EU project HANDLE
    (Handle Project Website). * Post-doctoral Position 2: "Pollution Monitoring with Mobile Gas
    Sensors"
    Full call:
    http://aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/announcements/Postdoc_Position-DHRS_CIM.pdf
    Contact Person: Achim J. Lilienthal (e-mail:
    achim.lilienthal@oru.se <mailto:achim.lilienthal@oru.se>, Web:
    AASS Learning Systems Lab - Achim J. Lilienthal)
    This position is partially funded within the EU project DHRS-CIM.

    We are looking forward to *your* application!


    The AASS Learning Systems Lab

    The Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS Research Centre, Center of Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems) carries out multi-disciplinary research at the intersection of robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, computer vision, computer science, and measurement technology. The research and human environment at AASS is young and enthusiastic. Researchers come from different countries and have different scientific and cultural backgrounds. AASS also frequently hosts international researchers and is involved in several international projects.

    The Learning Systems Lab is one of three research groups within AASS. Our research has its focus generally on the development of algorithms and robotic/sensor systems for real-world tasks. Major directions are Mobile Robot Olfaction, Robotic Map Learning, Robot Vision, Autonomous Transportation Systems, Programming-by-Demonstration and Tactile Exploration. Further information can be found at AASS Learning Systems Lab. Currently, the Learning Systems Lab has a staff of 9 PhD students, 5 post-docs, 3 part-time professors and one associate professor.
     
  10. knight

    knight Thèm thuồng

    Doctoral Student in Mathematics, Lund University, Deadline: June 25, 2009

    http://www.lth.se/english/about_lth/vacant_positions/?aid=875

    Hôm qua tôi nghe các GS ở đây khoe là họ có 1 số sv nước ngoài người Ý và Tây Ban Nha, nhưng hình như chưa có PhD student từ Châu Á.
     
  11. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Forskarassistent) in Molecular Neurobiology

    Karolinska Institutet invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Forskarassistent) in Molecular Neurobiology of Human Stem Cells

    Department
    Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics

    Area of responsibilities/description of the work
    The candidate is expected to have strong expertise in cell culture techniques and neuronal differentiation of embryonic and neural stem cells of rodent and human origin. Experience in molecular biology, production and work with lentivirus, FACS analysis and immunohistochemistry is required. The candidate must have experience in genetic and epigenetic screening of the transcriptome, including Chromatin inmuno-precipitation in conjunction with microarray. It will be of great advantage to have experience in stereotactic techniques for in vivo brain surgery and cell transplantation. Candidates will also be preferred if they have training or experience in working in a GMP facility.
    Selection criteria will include scientific excellence, experience, originality and ability to attract external funding.

    Qualifications
    To qualify, the applicant must hold a doctor’s degree or a foreign qualification deemed equivalent to a doctorate. Applicants with post-doctoral experience will be given prority. Applicants who have completed their degree no more than five years before the last date for applications should be given priority. Candidates who have completed their degree earlier than this should receive equal priority if special grounds exist. Special grounds include leave of absence because of sickness, service in the total defence, positions of trust in trade union organisations and student organisations, parental leave and other similar circumstances. A total of two years can be added for the above reasons on presentation of written testimony.

    A person who has been employed as an Postdoctoral Research Fellow for more than a total of three years may not be given other employment as Postdoctoral Reserach Rellow within the same or a similar subject area at the same or any other institution of higher education.

    The term of employment as Postdoctoral Reserach Rellow at KI is fixed at KI to two + two years, subject to evaluation after the first two years.

    Assessment grounds
    In connection with the appointment of Postdoctoral Research Fellow, we will accord special weight to academic skills, particularly demonstrated excellence in research.

    Form of employment:
    Temporary

    Contact persons
    Professor Ernest Arenas
    Telephone +468 5248 7663
    Ernest.Arenas@ki.se

    Please send your application, marked with reference number 4500/2009, to reach us by no later than September 21 2009 KI jobb or,
    to Karolinska Institutet, MBB, Att: prof Ernest Arenas, 171 77 Stockholm, or by e-mail Ernest.Arenas@ki.se. The following documents three sets of the following documents must be submitted with your application, and written in English:

    CV, qualifications and a description of future research, presented in accordance with Karolinska Institutet’s qualification portfolio (Qualifications portfolio for researchers and teachers - Career and Recruitment - Researchers and teachers - ki.se)
    A selection of five scientific papers
    See Karolinska Institutet´s hompepage at Qualifications portfolio for researchers and teachers - Career and Recruitment - Researchers and teachers - ki.se for information about the qualification portfolio.

    Please note that one copy of all documents will be kept by the college for a period of two years, in accordance with a directive from the National Archives. Published material submitted for review is excepted from this rule.

    Karolinska Institutet aims to promote equal opportunities by encouraging a balanced gender distribution. We therefore particularly invite women to apply for this position. We also value the qualities that ethnic and cultural diversity can contribute to the university.

    Source:
    KI jobb - Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Forskarassistent) in Molecular Neurobiology of Human Stem Cells
     
  12. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    PhD Student Position in Food Chain Logistics at Swedish University of Agricultural

    The work will focus on networking and integration of data sharing system to develop efficient logistics system in the food chain with special emphasis on small scale producers and possible integration with large scale food and agricultural logistics. The accepted candidate is expected to work closely with colleagues within a research team of Logistics and Transport at the Department of Energy and Technology, SLU

    Qualifications
    Applicant should have a MSc degree in the fields related to Logistics and Transport. Competence in modelling and experience or knowledge of data analysis and database management is highly desirable. Linkage with producers is important, knowledge in the Swedish language is a merit.

    Forms for funding or employment
    Employment as PhD student 4 years

    SLU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    A person has basic eligibility for third level education if he or she has taken a second level qualification or has completed course requirements of at least 240 higher education credits, including at least 60 higher education credits at second level.
    Those who met the requirements for general eligibility before July 1st, 2007, i.e. had completed a programme of higher education for at least 180 Higher education credits or the equivalent, will continue to do so until the end of 2015.”

    Selection among applicants meeting the requirements is made with reference to written application including curriculum vitae, copies of degrees and transcripts of academic records, one copy of the dissertation for masters or undergraduate degree, a list of at least two references familiar with the applicant’s qualifications, certified knowledge of the English language and an interview.

    Read more about the PhD education in the Handbook for postgraduate students at:
    doktorandhandboken.nu/english - Doktorandhandboken.nu/english

    Read about the PhD education at SLU at Postgraduate education at SLU - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

    Use this APPLICATION FORM

    Further information:
    Girma.Gebresenbet@et.slu.se 018-671901

    Academic union representatives
    SACO Lars Eriksson +46 (0)18 673 137
    SEKO Peter Syrjänen +46 (0)18 67 10 57
    ST Monica Östman +46 (0)18 671 536

    PhD-student commissioner
    Monika Appel, 018-67 15 60, doktorandombudsmannen@sluss.nu

    Applications, marked with ref no Dnr 251-2529/09, must have arrived at the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, S- 750 07 Uppsala or registrator@slu.se no later than 2009-09-30
     
  13. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    PhD Position in Physical Geography Simulation of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet

    PhD Position in Physical Geography Simulation of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet Through a Glacial Cycle, Stockholm University

    Ph.D. position in Physical Geography within the topic “Simulation of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet through a glacial cycle” at the Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology. Reference number SU 463-74-09. Deadline for application: October 10, 2009.

    The Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology is one of the major departments within the Faculty of Science at Stockholm University. The department has 120 employees and approximately 1500 students. The main research disciplines are Geomorphology, Glaciology, Climatology, Quaternary Geology, Hydrology, Remote Sensing, Geographical Data Processing, Ecological Geography and Tropical Geography. Teaching is oriented towards geography, earth sciences, geosciences and environmental protection.

    We seek a motivated geoscientist with strong quantitative and GIS skills to participate in a Swedish Research Council-funded project which investigates the history of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet through integration of field studies with numerical modelling. This project is being undertaken as a collaboration between researchers from the Department of Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, Stockholm University (http://www.ink.su.se), and the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University, UK (IGES). The successful candidate will foremost employ numerical modelling techniques to study conditions of the former glaciation in western Canada. The candidate should be familiar with the handling of geomorphological data and digital terrain models in a GIS. As part of their studies they will further connect to glacial isostatic data, cosmogenic isotope evidence for glacial extent and subglacial conditions, and they will be expected to design and implement new modelling routines to optimize model output.

    The successful candidate is expected to take up her/his position at Stockholm University before or in January 2010. As part of her/his education at Stockholm University, and to take full advantage of the international team approach used in this work, the successful candidate will be expected to spend considerable time at Aberystwyth University working with Dr. Alun Hubbard on the employed ice sheet model. During this time it is expected that the candidate will take a number of relevant postgraduate glaciology courses and potentially enroll in the MSc in Glaciology course, which will provide the candidate with an excellent basis from which to continue her/his PhD work at Stockholm University. The expected educational structure will be as follows: One semester at Stockholm University (spring 2010), including coursework; up to three semesters at Aberystwyth University (fall 2010 and all of 2011), and up to three years (2012–2014) for completion of PhD dissertation work at Stockholm University under the supervision of Prof. Arjen Stroeven and Dr. Nina Kirchner, with an expected date of PhD thesis defence during the spring of 2014. All degrees will involve publication of research results in internationally respected journals, and, if studies at Aberystwyth University are pursued towards a Masters’ degree, the PhD dissertation will build upon work completed for this degree. Envisioned starting date at Stockholm University is January 1, 2010 (although this can be negotiated).

    Application

    Applications should include a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, copies of degree certificates and transcripts of academic records (all attested), a list of two persons who may act as references (with phone numbers and email addresses), and one copy of the applicant’s undergraduate thesis and articles of which she or he is a co-author.

    For further information contact someone from the supervisor team:

    Prof. Arjen Stroeven, +46-(0)8-16 4230, arjen.stroeven@natgeo.su.se,
    Dr. Nina Kirchner, +46-(0)8-16 2988, nina.kirchner@natgeo.su.se (co- supervisor) or
    Dr. Alun Hubbard, +44-(0)1970-622 591, abh@aber.ac.uk (external supervisor).
    Union representatives are Bo Ekengren (SACO), Lisbeth Häggberg (Fackförbundet ST), telephone +46-(0)8-16 2000, and Gunnar Stenberg (SEKO), telephone +46-(0)70-316 43 41.

    Applications labelled “Doktorandprojekt Ref.no. SU 463-74-09” should be posted to the address below and be postmarked no later than October 10, 2009 to:

    Stockholms universitet
    Institutionen för naturgeografi och kvartärgeologi
    Susanna Blåndman
    SE-106 91 STOCKHOLM
    SWEDEN

    Source:
    Stockholm University - Phd studies - PhD position in Physical Geography
     
  14. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    PhD Scholarships 2009 in Geobiosphere Science at the Department of Physical Geography

    PhD Scholarships 2009 in Geobiosphere Science at the Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystems Analysis, Lund University

    Lund University announces the following vacancy:
    POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP in Geobiosphere Science with placement at the Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystems Analysis, Faculty of Science

    Project description:
    The position will be within the framework of a new research centre at Lund University, LUCCI (Lund University Centre for Studies of Carbon Cycle and Climate Interactions) financed by a long term (10 years) Linnaeus grant by the Swedish Research Council.

    Research at the Centre spans a broad range of disciplines, e.g., Geology, Physical Geography, Climatology, Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry, Ecology, Plant Physiology, Soil Science and Microbiology. There are c. 85 researchers from four different departments within the Faculties of Science and Engineering. Read more about LUCCI at LUCCI home.

    The mechanisms underlying the evolution of Holocene CO2 and CH4 concentrations and climate remain controversial, including whether or not humans have played a discernible role regionally or globally. In this project we aim to improve existing knowledge about human land use over the last 6000 yrs. It will expand a global dataset that was implemented within the LPJ-GUESS modelling framework in order to better assess the role of past human impact on the carbon cycle. The project will link on-going ecosystem modelling work being carried out in Lund with vegetation reconstructions and will involve model applications using LPJ-GUESS.

    Qualifications:

    Candidates should hold a Master of Science degree in Ecology, Geography, Geology, GIS or an environmental science, be interested in data assimilation and have an interest in past human and environmental history or archaeology. Some experience in programming or modelling using C++ or a similar language is required
    Excellent written and spoken English is a requirement.
    See general study plan at http://www.naturvetenskap.lu.se/o.o.i.s/3056

    The position is guaranteed for four years. The starting date is negotiable, but the project should commence as soon as possible. Applications for this position should include a letter stating the reasons for applying and brief statements about ambitions in relation to the project. The application should also include a CV with general personal information and details of previous study/work record.

    Additional information:

    Regulations concerning appointment as a full doctoral student can be found in HF 5 Chap 1-7§§ and SFS 1998:80. Also consult the admission regulations found at: http://www.science.lu.se/o.o.i.s/4964

    An educational stipend is awarded for the first 18 months of full-time study, following which time the student is appointed as a full doctoral student. Regulations concerning educational stipends for doctoral students can be found in SFS 1995:938 and 1998:81. Regulations concerning appointment as a full doctoral student can be found in HF 5 Chap 1-7§§ and SFS 1998:80.

    Those who hold an educational stipend or a doctoral student appointment must first be accepted for postgraduate study. To be accepted, a student must be judged to have the competence necessary to complete a course of postgraduate study.

    In addition to pursuing postgraduate studies, the doctoral student may also perform other duties – including research, teaching and administration — according to the specific regulations.

    The university strives for a more even gender representation within postgraduate education. Since most postgraduate students within the faculty are men, applications from women are encouraged.

    Applications are made on a specific application form found on the web site:
    http://www.science.lu.se/o.o.i.s/2319

    The application must reach the Registrator, Kansli N, Lund University, Box 118, SE–221 00 Lund, Sweden, not later than 2009-10-15. All submitted documents must be attested as to their authenticity.

    Reference Number: 3215
    Last application date: 2009-10-15
    Starting date: earliest 2009-12-01
    Information: Almut Arneth tel 046-2224082 or Martin T. Sykes tel. 046-2229298
    e-mail: almut.arneth@nateko.lu.se, martin.sykes@nateko.lu.se
    Worker’s unions at Lund University: OFR, SACO and SEKO

    On official business,
    Emmy Heidenblad
     
  15. VietPhDStaff

    VietPhDStaff Luôn bên bạn

    PhD positions at Uppsala University, Sweden

    PhD positions at Uppsala University, Sweden
    Uppsala University, Sweden

    PhD student position in hydrologi with specialization in geohydrological modelling
    at the Department of Earth Sciences
    Application no later 16 November, 2009.

    PhD position in Plant Ecology
    at the Department of Ecology and Evolution
    Application no later than 30 October, 2009. UFV-PA 2009/2332

    PhD student position in Engineering Science with specialisation in Micro System Technology at the Department of Engineering Sciences
    Application no later than 3 November, 3009. UFV-PA 2009/2435

    PhD position in psychology
    at the Department of psychology
    Application no later than 19 October, 2009. UFV-PA 2009/2249

    PhD position in Biochemistry
    at the Department of Biochemistry and Organic Chemistry
    Application no later than 30 October, 2009. UFV-PA 2009/2275

    PhD position in Mineralogy, Petrology and Tectonics
    at the Department of Earth Sciences
    Application no later than 22 October, 2009. UFV-PA 2009/2274

    PhD position in Physics in the area of Physics Education Research
    at the Department of Physics and Materials Science
    Application no later than 30 October, 2009. UFV-PA 2009/2263

    Job advertisements
     
  16. thanh_lam

    thanh_lam UNIPI

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  17. phovn

    phovn Viên mãn

    Dear All,
    We have a strong research group working on the fields of wireless communications, networking, multimedia communications, multimedia processing. Currently, we have 3 Professors, 10 Ph.D. students researching in the aforementioned topics.
    At the moment, we are recruiting some Vietnamese students who have full aid/funding/scholarship from the Vietnamese government, for example 322 program.
    If you are interested please do not hesitate to contact me. Important to note that:

    1) In Sweden, you don't have to pay for the tuition fee. Meanwhile, your chance to get the scholarship from the Vietnamese government is very high. Moreover, after being approved by one of our academic faculty members, you will receive the recommendation letter which assists your application of 322 program. At the moment, we have 2 VN PhD students sponsored by 322 program. They have followed the similar process and they were awarded the 322 fellowship. This year we will have another new 322-fellowship VN PhD student joining us.

    2) Requirement:
    - You must have a Master Degree.
    - Your background is mainly related to Electrical Engineering, Mathematics ...

    Please dont hesitate to contact me if you need any more information. I will keep you posted.

    Many thanks for your interest.

    Best regards,
    Trung Q. Duong
     
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  18. hut

    hut Thèm thuồng

    Hihi, các bác này khôn thế. Muốn mướn nhân công nhưng lại không muốn trả tiền, các bác ấy chỉ việc xùy ra cái letter of acceptance là xong.:)
     
  19. mtcmos

    mtcmos Viên mãn

    Chiêu này không biết các giáo tự học hay là được ai chỉ dạy ^.^ Giả dụ giáo support lấy tiền của tư bản Swed đã đành chứ chơi trò cheap labour thế này là hơi mất chất Bắc Âu. Mà giả sử có cái letter of acceptance để apply 322 mà vẫn trượt thì sao, các bạn có dám bỏ tiền sang học tự túc hay không ?
     
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  20. nguyenhuong0106

    nguyenhuong0106 Thèm thuồng

    Ở trường nào vậy anh?
     

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