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Open PhD student positions in Computer Science (Australian National University, Australia)
Have you ever thought of seeing kangaroos over weekends, enjoying a great lifestyle and pursuing your PhD studies in Computer Science in one of the top universities in the world? All this and more is offered by the Australian National University (#22 world-wide according to QS world university rankings 2016) located in Canberra, the capital city of Australia. Please find below more details about open PhD student positions in cyber-physical systems and artificial intelligence.
Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory led by Dr Sergiy Bogomolov is seeking applications for multiple research positions as PhD students to work on a range of topics in the area of cyber-physical systems.
PhD students will develop novel methods to design and analyze cyber-physical systems (e.g., autonomous cars). The main focus will be on the formal verification of hybrid systems, i.e., dynamical systems exhibiting mixed discrete-continuous behavior. Depending on the interest and background of candidates, research can include topics from AI as well, e.g., AI planning and machine learning.
* strong background in Computer Science and/or Mathematics (particularly numerical methods, differential equations, control and optimization theory)
* solid programming skills in C++/Java/Python/Matlab
* should have completed, or about to complete, a Bachelors/Masters/Honours degree in Computer Science or related areas
Please send a complete CV as well as your motivation letter and transcripts to Dr Sergiy Bogomolov ([email protected]). For more information, please consult http://www.sergiybogomolov.com/.
The Australian National University is a top ranked university (#22 world-wide according to QS world university rankings 2016) located in Canberra, the capital city of Australia. Canberra enjoys one of the highest quality of life in the world (most liveable city according to Regional Well-Being Report 2014 by OECD).