[isabelle] fully funded three-year PhD positions at Middlesex University London
Middlesex University London is offering a number of fully funded doctoral research studentships.
These are three-year scholarships, covering a maintenance award and fee payments, currently £14,057 and £4,052 (UK/EU rate) respectively, including London weighting and free of tax and national insurance contributions. For more information on this program, please visit:
The Foundations of Computing group, part of the School of Science and Technology, is keen to support qualified candidates (preferably with a master's degree in a relevant area) who are interested in applying for this program and who wish to pursue a PhD in areas such as
- software analysis
- theory of programming languages
- formal proofs
- program verification and model checking
- algorithms and complexity
- computational geometry
- quantum computing
For more information on our group, please visit:
Interested candidates should initially contact one of the group members
as soon as possible to informally discuss a possible project (candidates are asked to submit a personal research statement as part of their application).
For general inquiries, please contact Dr. Andrei Popescu at a.popescu at mdx.ac.uk
The formal deadline for applications is 5th of June but candidates should contact our group by 29th of May at latest.
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