[visionlist] Fully-funded PhD fellowships in Visual Computing at University of Bath

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship Programme

Fellows with Industrial Research Enhancement (FIRE)

Up to 4 fully-funded PhD Fellowships are available at the University of Bath, UK.

As part of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship Programme for Doctoral degrees, we are inviting applications for Fellows with Industrial Research Enhancement (FIRE), which are fully-funded, 3.5-year PhD Fellowships starting 1 April 2017.

Applicants may be from anywhere in the world, but must not have resided, or carried out their main activity (work or studies), in the UK for more than 12 months in the previous 3 years.

We welcome doctoral student applications across an exciting range of research topics in Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Machine Learning and related areas. Work will be carried out in association with the Centre for Digital Entertainment (Department of Computer Science), and will be supervised by members of the Visual Computing Group.

Funding

To comply with the funding programme’s rules, these are formally staff appointments with a requirement that successful candidates register for a PhD. Salary: £17,000 per annum.

Additional information

For more information on this PhD funding programme and how to apply, see:http://ift.tt/2ibS7ER

For information on this and other relevant PhD opportunities in Computer Science at Bath, see: http://www.bath.ac.uk/

Informal enquiries about these fellowships are welcome and may be addressed to

Yongliang Yang (y.yang2@bath.ac.uk).

Application

The closing date for applications is 29 January 2017.

Interviews are expected to take place on 7 or 10 February 2017, at the University of Bath, or via Skype if appropriate.

Applications should be submitted online:

http://ift.tt/2ibS7ER

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