Intelligent Computing is one of the high-tech trends of modern computer science. It provides methods and tools for building complex learning systems, able to adapt and evolve as well as to act in an intelligent way what was so far reserved for human beings. Our „Intelligent Computing” project, carried out by the consortium of 3 Polish and 16 research institutions from all around the world, provides PhD students with a unique opportunity to conduct research under the supervision of leading scientists and prepare their PhD dissertations in one of the most innovative fields of science. It is expected that the project will result in both new theoretical findings concerning the foundations of Intelligent Computing and in novel applications in the areas of multi-agent technologies, data analysis and mining, decision support systems and other. There are 15 PhD students working within the project, who have been selected in a careful recruitment process. They are receiving attractive scholarships.
-Research output of the candidate (publications, scientific awards etc.) and its relevance for the research project to be undertaken by the candidate
- Quality of the transcript (academic record) and the final score on the diploma
- Experience in research work (former positions at universities and other research institutions, scientific scholarships, participation in scientific projects/grants, etc.)
- Internships abroad, experience in international scientific cooperation etc.
- Participation in scientific conferences, workshops, summer schools etc.
Application deadline is April 10, 2012.
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