[robotics-worldwide] PhD studentships at Lincoln
Dr. Shigang Yue
syue at lincoln.ac.uk
Thu Jun 2 15:51:00 PDT 2011
There are full time *PhD Studentships* in Computer Science, University of
Lincoln, United Kingdom, open for application. Funding available for three
The School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln's main
marina-side campus is pleased to offer studentships in subjects that reflect
its international expertise. The School has achieved excellent results from
the recent RAE (85% of outputs being assessed at International quality or
better). The School is now consolidating that success and moving forward
with ambitious plans for future growth.
Applications for these fees only studentships are sought in the areas of:
* Computer games and entertainment computing
* Computer vision, AI and Robotics
* Computing at the interface with the arts
* Content-based Video/Image annotation, indexing, search, and retrieval
* eLearning and educational games
* Forensic and medical imaging (esp. retinopathy)
* Imaging chip design
* Semantic Analysis of Visual and Textual contents
* Social computing and HC.
Applications should be made on-line quoting the following: "PhD Scholarship
Opportunities in Computer Science"
Deadline for applications: 30th June 2011
This information can be found at jobs.ac.uk at
*Dr. Shigang YUE*
Reader, Lincoln School of Computer Science
University of Lincoln, Lincoln LN6 7TS UK
tel: (0044) 1522 83 7397
fax: (0044) 1522 88 6974
syue at lincoln.ac.uk
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