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Recopilación de ofertas de becas de doctorado que hemos recibido

  • 17 julio de 2019
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A) Oferta de becas de doctorado en el IMDEA:

Esta primera es consecuencia de la buena impresión que cuatro de nuestros estudiantes de matemáticas (Dolores Garcia, Nuria Molner, Edgar Arribas y Joan Palacios), que ya están en el IMDEA, han causado allí:


Hay 8 plazas abiertas de estudiante de doctorado. Aunque la descripción parezca un poco esotérica, por la experiencia que tenemos, un estudiante de matemáticas no tiene problema para ponerse al día en poco tiempo. Si algún posible candidato tiene dudas, puede hablar con Edgar Arribas (https://people.networks.imdea.org/~edgar_arribas/) o con Antonio_Fernández_Anta <antonio.fernandez@imdea.org>.



B) Fully funded PhD positions at the University of Cyprus on edge computing, big data analytics and related technologies under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie ETN “RAIS: Real Time Analytics for the Internet of Sports.” Strong partnerships with leading universities and innovative companies in Europe and USA. Competitive salary to cover living allowance (2.701,02 Euro – gross salary), mobility (600,00 Euro) plus a family allowance (if the candidate is married: 500,00 Euro), social and health insurance (according to the H2020 Marie S.

Curie Actions Programme and University of Cyprus regulations).  Application submission close August 31, 2019.

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C)  Otra profesora, Alessia Milani de la Universidad de Burdeos, está buscando un estudiante de doctorado:


"I am looking for a good Phd student. The CNRS has allocated a Phd fellowship for a thesis on distributed computing under my supervision. If you have good students to whom you are not going to offer a Phd position, or any ideas where I can diffuse my proposal in Spain, please let me know."




A PhD position in distributed computing is open at the University of Bordeaux/LaBRI. The position is funded by the CNRS.


The position is open for three years starting in 2019.SUPERVISOR : Alessia Milani (http://www.labri.fr/perso/milani/)


RESEARCH TOPIC: Limited-persistence distributed objects. Shared data is at the core of distributed applications, either due to the intrinsic nature of the application (e.g., social networks intended for sharing content) or to scale computation. Classically data persistence is a fundamental requirement: once data is changed, this change must be permanent unless and until it is overwritten. Unfortunately, guaranteeing persistence while ensuring consistency and data availability is a complex and expensive task and may even be impossible in failure-prone networks. While full persistence is fundamental for many critical applications (e.g., banking), limited data persistence is a key functionality of some distributed applications (for instance, the Snapchat social network attracts users based on the premise that user data is accessible only for a user-defined period and is deleted after that). Also some loss of information can be tolerated by real-time applications like video streaming to gain performance.


Finally, there is a growing concern that keeping user-sensitive data for an unrestricted period may have adverse effects on users' privacy. Motivated by these concerns, the objectives of the Phd thesis are to define objects with limited persistence, to investigate algorithmic techniques for implementing them and to gain a theoretical understanding of their implications on correctness, computability and complexity.


KEYWORDS: distributed computing, distributed algorithms, concurrent computing, complexity


LOCATION : Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique (LaBRI) http://www.labri.fr/The project is connected to a wider Indo-French collaboration, manifested by the UMI ReLaX http://projects.lsv.ens-cachan.fr/relax/, and the student hired should expect to travel to Chennai, India during his/her PhD.



Applicants should hold a Master’s degree in computer science, at the latest at the time their contract starts. There is no nationality condition. To apply, please send the following documents at your earliest convenience:

- Curriculum Vitae

- Transcripts of undergraduate university grades to Alessia Milani (milani@labri.fr)



D)  Finalmente, un estudiante que hizo la tesis con nosotros y está ahora en Alemania, en TU Darmstadt, Arash Asadi, nos ha pedido expresamente que os hagamos llegar también su oferta de plazas:


Dear Colleagues,


 We are looking for several excellent, motivated, and self-driven students to conduct

research in Beyond-5G Millimeter wave (mmWave) communication at TU Darmstadt, one of the top engineering schools in Germany. The candidates will join the wireless communication group in SEEMOO lab (https://www.seemoo.tu-darmstadt.de) headed by Prof.Dr. Matthias Hollick.


 Description of the available topics:

• Physical/MAC layer security in mmWave networks • mmWave for V2X communication • Resilient mmWave communication for industry 4.0 • Joint communication and sensing for Beyond 5G networks


Required expertise:

The project broadly focuses on Beyond-5G mmWave cellular networks. We expect the

candidates to possess at least one of the following expertise in the context of wireless


 • Physical layer security

• Applied machine learning techniques

 • Physical layer multicast

 • SDR-based wireless prototyping

 • Joint communication, sensing, and localization


 General requirements:

 • Excellent track record in Master/Bachelor degree from a top university • Strong analytical and implementation skills • Strong programming skills (C, C++, MATLAB, Python, etc) • Fluent in English (written and spoken) • Experience with software defined radio is a plus


 Application process:

We encourage only the highly qualified individuals meeting the above-mentioned

requirement to visit our application page (https://seemoo.tu-darmstadt.de/careers/) to apply for the corresponding position. The positions will remain open until filled. Please provide the following in one PDF file:

 • A cover letter in which you explicitly state your topic of interest, the research plan, and why do you find yourself a suitable candidate for this topic (max 800 words).

 • Resume/CV showing the applicant’s educational and research


professional skills, a list of publications, and the name of two references

 • Transcripts for Bachelor and Master degrees


 Additional notes:

 • We will directly ask your references for their recommendation. Please do not send the recommendation letter directly to us.

 • Only shortlisted candidates will be informed of their application status via email.

 • For further questions, please contact Dr. Arash Asadi (aasadi@seemoo.de). Note that due to a large number of applications, we typically cannot accommodate individual feedback and application status update.



 Dr. Arash Asadi

 Athena Young Investigator


 Email:  aasadi@seemoo.tu-darmstadt.de

 Web:    www.arashasadi.com

 Phone:  +49 6151 16-25480

 Fax: +49 6151 16-25471


 Secure Mobile Networking Lab (SEEMOO)

 Department of Computer Science

 Technische Universität Darmstadt

 Mornewegstr. 32 (Office 4.2.15, Building S4/14)

 D-64293 Darmstadt, Germany