About NETWORKS and COFUND
The NETWORKS project is a collaboration of world-leading researchers from four institutions in The Netherlands: TU Eindhoven, University of Amsterdam, Leiden University and the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI). Research in NETWORKS focuses on stochastics and algorithmics for network problems. NETWORKS offers a highly stimulating research environment and an extensive training program for PhD students.
Recently NETWORKS was awarded a COFUND grant the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, funded by the European Commission. The grant allows NETWORKS to expand its activities by opening positions for an additional 14 PhD students. As a NETWORKS-COFUND PhD student you can define your own PhD project in one of the research areas mentioned above, in collaboration with your NETWORKS supervisors.
Four positions have been filled already. In this call we are looking for 10 PhD students.
We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated applicants with a background in mathematics (in particular stochastics) and an affinity for computer science, or with a background in computer science (in particular algorithms) with affinity for mathematics. At the starting date of your employment as a PhD student in the NETWORKS COFUND program, you should be in possession of an MSc degree.
In order to be eligible, make sure you send your complete application before the deadline of the call. Moreover, you meet the mobility requirement of the MSCA. This mobility requirement is: You may not have resided or carried out your main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the Netherlands for more than twelve months in the three years immediately before the starting date of your employment.
Before applying, first download and read the information package with more information on the NETWORKS research and the COFUND positions
Applications should be done through the online system available at the NETWORKS website. You should fill in the online application form and provide the following documents combined in one pdf, in English:
In the online application system you can supply the names and email addresses of up to three references, who will be contacted by us for recommendation letters.
So, if you are interested in doing a PhD in stochastics or algorithms in the NETWORKS project, then have a look at our information package and apply through this website. The deadline for applications is November 30.
Questions? Please contact Marieke Kranenburg, email@example.com
By applying, you commit to following the ethical principles and guidelines of the H2020 program of the European Commission; see the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity