Info Beasiswa S3 : Ph.D. Positions at Center for Data-Intensive Systems (Daisy)
Fully funded Ph.D. positions at Center for Data-Intensive Systems (Daisy), Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University, Denmark We have Ph.D. several positions, to be supervised by Obel Professor Christian S. Jensen, available for start over the summer of 2015. The formal announcement of the positions can be found here: http://www.stillinger.aau.dk/vis-stilling/?vacancy=711574. The firm application deadline is February 10, 2015. Research topic: (i) new directions in spatial keyword querying, including effectiveness evaluation, social functionality, and feedback loops, (ii) trajectory data management, including social routing in spatial networks and support for streaming data, and (iii) model-based data management for spatio-temporal and time series data. (An additional topic listed in the forman announcement is supervised by Professor Katja Hose.) Requirements: Applicants must have a master's degree in computer science or a closely related field, with very good grades. Good knowledge in relation to the research topic described above and strong implementation skills are also required. Likewise, strong communication skills are required. About Ph.D. studies at Aalborg University: Danish universities offer very high Ph.D. salaries (and good social benefits) that compare very well with the rest of the world. The monthly pre-tax salary at Aalborg University is approximately DKK 26,000, plus a DKK 2,600 pension contribution. To broaden their research horizons, Ph.D. candidates at AAU are also given financial support for a one-semester academic visit to an international research institution. About Daisy: The database researchers at Daisy primarily conduct research in spatio-temporal data management, data warehousing, and business intelligence. International evaluations place Daisy in the global top tier. An independent study of publication performance in the top database outlets in the 10-year period 2001-2010 ranks Daisy second among all research groups in Europe. More information about Daisy can be found at http://daisy.aau.dk. About Aalborg: Aalborg is a lively city with numerous cultural attractions. The area features relatively low cost of living, clean air, beautiful forests and beaches, and very good transportation infrastructure. A recent report on European cities ranks Aalborg highest: http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/studies/pdf/urban/survey2013_en.pdf. Further information: Contact Obel Professor Christian S. Jensen (http://www.cs.aau.dk/~csj).
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