The Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg will launch new thematic clusters in the Graduate Research School (GRS) as part of the strategy to strengthen the research profile of BTU. Thematic clusters are flexible units that shall contribute to the creation of critical masses in the core research areas of BTU. Doctoral studies may be organized within a program of structured doctoral studies towards a PhD in Dependable Hardware / Software Systems.
Starting date: January 2019
Duration: 36 months
Scholarship value: 1,200 euros per month; child support for PhD students with children.
- Applicants must have successfully completed a degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science/Informatics, Cognitive Science or a related field.
- Although the language of the working environment and the dissertation is usually German, English is also possible with the consent of the advisor.
Application must include the following preferably via email as one PDF:
- Letter of application
- Copies of academic degrees
- Letter of motivation
- Research proposal (max five pages) must be based on one of the proposed PhD topics listed on official website, and describe experience or work in the area.
Prof. Dr. Douglas W. Cunningham
Tel.: +49 (0) 355 69 3816
|Organization||Brandenburg University of Technology|
Electrical Engineering, Computer Science/Informatics, Cognitive Science
|Fellowship amount||1,200 euros per month|
|Deadline||October 15, 2018|