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Engineering and computer PhD scholarships at UCy

The university of Cyprus

Engineering and computer PhD scholarships at UCy

The Kios Research and Innovation Centre of Excellence (KIOS CoE) has announced 15 full-time PhD student scholarships. The KIOS CoE operates within the University of Cyprus, in collaboration with Imperial College London.

The selected students will be enrolled in either the electrical engineering or the computer engineering PhD programmes of the University of Cyprus and they will conduct their research at the facilities of the KIOS Centre of Excellence in one or more of the following thematic areas: Control systems, computational intelligence and machine learning, autonomous systems, optimisation and networks, embedded systems, fault diagnosis, cyber-security, reliability, resiliency and fault tolerance, cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things, dependable integrated systems, intelligent transportation systems, water networks, power and energy systems, telecommunication networks and smart camera networks. Motivated candidates with strong mathematical and/or algorithm development backgrounds are especially sought.

Interested candidates should submit the following items online through the link:

https://applications.ucy.ac.cy/recruitment

The applications should be submitted as soon as possible, but not later than Friday, February 15 at 5pm. The evaluation of the applications will begin immediately. For more information please contact the KIOS Centre of Excellence, by phone at 22-893460 or via e-mail at [email protected]


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