Ph.D. Scholarships, CGC Berlin-Zurich
emo at inf.ethz.ch
Wed Dec 5 17:47:35 PST 2001
Scholarships - Call for Applications
Berlin-Zurich CGC Graduate Program
Combinatorics, Geometry, and Computation
The Berlin-Zurich Graduate Program "Combinatorics, Geometry, and
Computation" offers scholarships for Ph.D. students for 2 1/2
years starting April 2002.
The program is a joint initiative of ETH Zurich, the three
universities of Berlin - Free University, Technical University,
Humboldt-University - and the Konrad-Zuse-Research Center.
Scholarships are up to DM 2'870 (tax-free) per month in Berlin,
and roughly CHF 36'000 (pre-tax) per year in Zurich.
The scientific program ranges from theoretical foundations to
applications. The areas of research are combinatorics, geometry,
computer graphics, optimization, algorithms and computation, and
vision. Supervisors in Berlin are Aigner, Alt, Rote, Schulz (FU),
Möhring, Ziegler (TU), Prömel (HU) and Grötschel (ZIB), and at
ETH Zurich Erlebach, Van Gool, M. Gross, Lüthi, Nievergelt,
Schiele, Székely, Welzl and Widmayer.
Applications with curriculum vitae, copies of certificates,
thesis, a letter of recommendation of the last advisor, and a
brief description of the proposed research should be sent in by
January 31, 2002 (if you apply for both sites, please indicate
this in your letter):
Prof. Helmut Alt Prof. Emo Welzl
Institut Informatik Institut Theoretische Informatik
Freie Univ. Berlin ETH Zentrum
Takustr. 9 CH-8092 Zurich
D-14195 Berlin Switzerland
bfelsner at inf.fu-berlin.de cgc.graduate at inf.ethz.ch
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