[robotics-worldwide] Scholarships for PhD students and Postdocs at CoR-Lab / Bielefeld

Michael Pardowitz mpardowi at techfak.uni-bielefeld.de
Wed Oct 31 06:26:55 PDT 2007


;;Apologies for multiple postings

The CoR-Lab has been established at Bielefeld University, Germany, as  
a research centre for intelligent systems and human-machine  
interaction. The CoR-Lab forms a strategic partnership between  
Bielefeld University and the Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH,  
Germany. It will pursue fundamental research in the field of  
cognitive robots and intelligent systems, where the Honda humanoid  
robot ASIMO is available as an advanced technological platform. A  
particular focus of the CoR-Lab will be the interdisciplinary  
integration of expertise in engineering, computer science, brain  
science, and cognitive sciences, including the humanities and social  
sciences.

The Graduate School that is associated with the CoR-Lab provides an  
exciting and stimulating environment for enthusiastic students and  
creative postdocs, allowing them to pursue research in international  
teams in close collaboration with an industrial research institute.  
We invite applications from students and researchers who hold an  
academic degree (MSc/Diploma/Ph.D.) and share our dreams. Fluency in  
English is required.

A complete application should include certificates and transcripts of  
records of the completed course of studies, a CV, a cover letter  
providing information about the qualification and the motivation to  
do research in the Graduate School, as well as a short description of  
the research interests with regard to the research areas of the
Graduate School.

For more information please see:
http://www.cor-lab.de/graduate_school

Please send your application until 30 November 2007 (preferably in  
PDF format)
to the Managing Director of the Graduate School:

Bielefeld University
CoR-Lab Graduate School
Dr. Carola Haumann
33594 Bielefeld
Germany

email: chaumann at cor-lab.uni-bielefeld.de
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