Minggu, 05 Juni 2011

Master’s and PhD Scholarships at Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

Doctorate Program The Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University was established in 2010 with the primary purpose of delivering education in various branches of study in Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry and other allied subjects. Graduate Program (PG) will be offered in the Faculty of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry for the year 2011.
A number of candidates still admitted to Master and Ph.D. degree programs are eligible for an assistant. The Doctorate Program assistant to the Master is of Rs. 10,000 /-per month and for the Ph.D. amounting to Rs. 20.000 /-per month. Feasibility assistant should be decided based on the rank list prepared for entry.
All students admitted to Master's and Ph.D. program are eligible to receive a scholarship amount of Rs. 3000/-and Rs. 5000 / - per month, respectively. Candidates who are given no other fellowship / scholarship will not be eligible for benefits on top. http://www.callforpapersinfo.com
http://thescholarshipprogramme.com The candidates for the envoy also not eligible for these benefits. The MVSc Doctorate Program candidates who secure an assistant will assist in the implementation of practicals and the Ph.D. degree candidates must attend the teaching / practicum / research work as determined by the Head of the Department of the Ministry in consultation with the Dean.

How to Apply: By Post

Scholarship Application Deadline: June 10, 2011

Further Scholarship Information and Application

Minggu, 29 Mei 2011

Research Fellowship in Computer Vision and Machine Learning at Noldus Information Technology

The Doctorate Program Research Fellow to be employed at Noldus Information Technology will develop multimodal technologies for measuring behavior of automated reasoning, and feedback for the various domains of applications. In order to allow context-aware systems automatically analyze and respond to user behavior, the measurement system is needed that recognizes the user and interpret its behavior. computer vision techniques using one or more camera views to interpret what is happening in the scene without interrupting. Behavior in everyday life, including eating behavior, is a combination of in-depth action. Analysis of position eg certain body parts such as heads and hands, gaze direction and possible interactions with other people or objects indicate what action is actually performed. This Doctorate Program research will involve Bayesian techniques for measuring and tracking articulated pose estimation from monocular camera or multiple cameras, an online action / gesture classification, detection and identification of objects, and the distance to the camera. To improve resilience and efficiency analysis, multimodal approach will be followed by including other types of sensors (eg accelerometer) which act in a complementary measure, but an additional way. Conduct multi-sensor recognition systems will feed into a program of Complex Event Processing (CEP), which also receives data from other sources (eg databases). http://www.callforpapersinfo.com
http://thescholarshipprogramme.com CEP software continue to receive a "simple" events from various sources, integrate and / or combine them for the introduction of complex events, stores them for retrieval later, and sparked a real-time feedback and actions. Research work will be done in the department of Research & Development Noldus Information Technology at Wageningen. Scientific oversight will be provided by Dr Oliver Amft, Department of Electrical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, where the Research Fellow will be registered as a Ph.D. students.

How to Apply:Doctorate Program Candidates are invited to submit their application, including letter of motivation, curriculum vitae and the names of two references, as a Word file or PDF, for work-at-noldus.nl,

Scholarship Application Deadline: Employer Contact

Further Scholarship Information and Application?

Senin, 23 Mei 2011

PhD Position Doctorate Program in Landscape Architecture Modeling and Visualizing

This Doctorate Program study will look more specifically at the dynamics of river landscape on the outskirts of Jakarta, proposes a series of scenarios that take into account the benefits of improved social, cultural and ecological comparisons for each site studied. Various scenarios landscaping will modify the land use pattern, using the vegetation to increase the conductivity of the environment and provide shade for the alternative "soft" transport network which will further serve the ecosystem service approach.

Doctorate Program Candidates will be registered as students of ETH Zurich / PhD FCL, but the research will be conducted in Singapore during the period of doctoral degrees. The "Landscape and Ecology" The team will be coached jointly by the Senior Researcher and Post Doctoral researchers have proven knowledge of relevant fields.

Doctorate Program students will join a research team living in Singapore, working on a complex interdisciplinary projects at the interface of landscape and ecology and computer simulation. This position will start on 10.01.2011 or thereafter flexible.


Doctorate Program Participants will need to have a good academic education (Masters) in architecture, urban planning or landscape architecture with emphasis on modeling and visualizing large-scale landscapes and 3D sound knowledge of numerical methods. additional knowledge in landscape design and ecology that would be expected. http://www.callforpapersinfo.com
Experience with 3D GIS and handling multivariable datasets and software combination is preferred.
Doctorate Program Applicants will be highly motivated for scientific research and has a special interest in the topic with the appropriate background, has a personal initiative, feel comfortable with both teamwork and independent, and have good organizational skills. Very good oral and written command of English at the required academic level.


Doctorate Program position is open to all potential candidates. Each candidate will be asked to apply electronically in the form of two pdf files an application to the address indicated below. Pdf The first will include a letter of motivation, CV, Master or diploma certificate and academic transcript, the second pdf file will copy diploma Master's thesis or project. In addition to two confidential letters of recommendation, as well as pdf files, must be submitted directly to the address of the application.

Deadline: May 31, 2011.

Interviews will be conducted either in Singapore or Zurich.

Applications and additional information about the position can be obtained by writing to the ETH Professor Christophe Girot:
ila@arch.ethz.ch (maximum 10 MB attachment.)

Selasa, 17 Mei 2011

Commonwealth Scholarship Awards Doctorate Program

Doctorate Program Applications on plain paper, according to the specified format, are invited from Indian Citizens residing in India for Commonwealth Scholarships on to higher studies, research leading to Ph.D Graduate / Diploma MastersPost Study in New Zealand.
Requirements: Must have completed Master's Degree in the subject or allied fields 65% mark for the Ph.D. withminimum If you already completed a Bachelor's Degree in abovesubjects or other related field with minimum 65% marks for Masters level study. http://www.callforpapersinfo.com
Doctorate Program percentage of marks is not available and the value mentioned, prospective mustindicate conversion formula adopted by Universityflnstitution and should alsoindicate equivalent percentage marks.

Scholarship Application Deadline: 20/05/2011

Further Scholarship Information and Application

Rabu, 11 Mei 2011

Newcastle University Foundation Scholarship Doctorate Program

There are ten scholarships Doctorate Program available for the following Foundation International Program:
Lane-Foundation in Business and Management
Lane-Foundation in Humanities and Social Sciences
Lane-Foundation in Physical Sciences and Engineering
Lane-Foundation in Biology and Biomedical Sciences
Scholarships cover the total tuition of one year. You will receive the first half while on your path scholarship program, and the second half when you start your degree at Newcastle University. Value will be the award of £ 11,490 - £ 12,990, depending on the chosen path Foundation.
Doctorate Program international students who pay can apply for this scholarship. The candidates who have completed 12 years of school (or local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades eligible to apply. Doctorate Program Applicant must have a minimum language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 5.5 English to a specified degree program and must be at least 17 years.

Scholarship Application Deadline: July 1, 2011

Details Scholarship Information and Application

Rabu, 04 Mei 2011


The Doctorate Program proposed project focuses on the development of structured methods and techniques that allow for large systems and complex to be built by small, empowered teams. Space problem is significant and include business, architecture, process and organizational aspects. Special focus of this project will be agreed between doctoral students, industrial partners and supervisors in the context of the steering committee of the software center.
Required qualifications

Doctorate Program industry experience is credited as one of the goals of the Software Center is to produce results that academic excellence and to improve the competitive position of industry partners Software Center through a significant and measurable increase in their software engineering capabilities.

Applicants must have a Master's Degree or related (Sv. civilingenjörsexamen) in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or related discipline (you may apply even if you can not possibly have completed your degree, but wish to do so before starting position). As for all the PhD studies, a genuine interest and curiosity in terms of subject and analytical skills and good communication, both verbally and literally, is required. Successful candidate must have a deep interest in software engineering and software and system architecture. Furthermore, because the research involves the development of architectural models and analytical techniques, good programming skills are essential.

Doctorate Program Knowledge of Swedish is not a prerequisite for applying since English is our working language for research at Chalmers as well as at the working language at the industry partners of the Software Center. Also, we publish internationally in English. At Chalmers, half of our researchers and PhD students are native Swedes; the rest come from more than 30 different countries.

Doctorate Program It is highly recommended that you include or e-mail letters of recommendation: we typically get a large number of applications, and it is simply not feasible for us to request individual letters. It is essential that the application includes all relevant work such as theses and articles that you have authored or co-authored.

Application procedure

The Doctorate Program 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 Doctorate Program 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 (2011/111) must be written on the first page of the application.

Chalmers University of Technology
SE-412 96 Göteborg
Further information

Contact person at Chalmers

Research level:
Principal Investigator and Advisor: Jan Bosch, Professor of Software Engineering

Division level:
Head of Software Engineering Division: Professor Jörgen Hansson
E-mail: jorgen.hansson@chalmers.se
Phone: +46-(0)31-772 1074

Doctoral education level:
Deputy Head of Department: Dr. Jan Jonsson
E-mail: janjo@chalmers.se
Phone: +46-(0)31-772 5220

More information is available at the departmental homepage.
Union representatives

SACO: Jan Lindér
ST: Marie Wenander
SEKO: Johan Persson

All reachable via Chalmers exchange: +46 31 772 10 00

Minggu, 01 Mei 2011

International Medical University Scholarship Doctorate Program,

Doctorate Program For various reasons, some of these students are not able to realize their ambitions throughout their lives, including students whose families lack the financial resources to support them for entry into an international institution like the IMU.

Price details:
In this perspective, the IMU
Doctorate Program has established a number of scholarships:
• Two (2) Students pursuing the development of medical students in Malaysia, the MBBS (IMU).
• One (1) Students pursuing the Bachelor of Pharmacy must be carried out entirely in IMU, leading to the BPharm (Hons).
• Two (2) Students pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing leads to BNursing (Hons).

Doctorate Program Deadline for the care and BPharm -6 May 2011

Other details:
For more information visit this scholarship link below.