The scholarship carries a value of around 21,000 Euro p.a., with tuition fee exemption for both German and international students. The selection process will be competitive. If you are interested in a research project, please provide the following information (for the first selection round) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org: – detailed curriculum vitae – a short description (<1 page) of your research interests and why do you think they fit with the mission of the AQUA group. – an (electronic) copy of undergraduate and postgraduate transcripts (we normally require marks above 80-85% or a GPA 3.70/4) – evidence of English proficiency for non-native English speaker (the official language of the group is English)
We are interested in PhD students who have a good academic record (first class honours or equivalent with marks above 80-85%) with background in one or more of the following areas: – probabilistic logics and probabilistic verification – quality attributes such as performance, reliability, availability, safety, and security – software engineering (in the areas of embedded systems, robotics, etc. ) – formal methods in system design – statistics – machine learning – mathematics Since the projects involve working with other PhD students and industrial partner, communication skills and the ability to work in a team environment are especially required.