[isabelle] PhD scholarships at Australian National University in Canberra



The Logic and Computation Group at the Research School of Computer 
Science, The Australian National University in Canberra has a number of 
PhD scholarships available for bright, enthusiastic doctoral students in 
the following areas:

- Logic in Computer Science (Ranald Clouston, Rajeev Gore, Dirk 
Pattinson, Alwen Tiu)
- Non-Classical Logics (Ranald Clouston, Rajeev Gore, Dirk Pattinson, 
John Slaney)
- Proof Theory (Rajeev Gore, Dirk Pattinson, Alwen Tiu)
- Automated Reasoning (Rajeev Gore)
- Probabilistic temporal logic and applications (Peter Baumgartner)
- Computer Aided Verification (Sergiy Bogomolov, Michael Norrish, Dirk 
Pattinson)
- Interactive Theorem Proving (Michael Norrish, Dirk Pattinson)
- Computer Security Foundations (Alwen Tiu)
- Concurrency Theory (Alwen Tiu)
- Electronic Voting and Social Choice Theory (Rajeev Gore, Dirk Pattinson)
- Semantics Of Programming Languages (Ranald Clouston, Michael Norrish, 
Dirk Pattinson)
- Type Theory (Ranald Clouston)

Potential applicants are encouraged to consult the group’s web pages
at https://cecs.anu.edu.au/research/theory/logic/ and make direct
contact with potential supervisors.

Students will be based at the Research School of Computer Science within 
the Australian National University, Canberra. The studentship is a 
tax-free allowance of A$ 27,082 (2018 rate) per year, tenable for a 
maximum of 3.5 years.

Applications should be submitted electronically at
http://applyonline.anu.edu.au/ before the closing date, April 30,
2019. Further information about graduate research within Computer
Science at ANU, please see

  https://cs.anu.edu.au/study/graduate-research .

The scholarships are open to individuals of any nationality. We are
based in Canberra, Australia, the top-ranking region of the 2014 OECD
quality of life survey
(http://www.canberra.com.au/canberra-the-worlds-most-liveable-city/).

The ANU actively seeks to promote diversity in the workplace.


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