Frankfurt University is pleased to offer fully funded PhD position for summer 2016. Position is available in the Lab of Claudius Gros at the Institute for Theoretical Physics.
In the worldwide QS ranking, Goethe University was again highly placed as in the previous year, achieving 14th place nationally and being ranked at 217 internationally. Today, Goethe University is one of the only universities in Germany that enjoys significant public funding alongside administrative autonomy and the ability to create a private endowment.
The candidate should have a Diploma/Master in physics with an excellent academic track record and good computational skills. The appointment will start summer 2016, for up to three years.
Course Level: Position is open to pursue PhD programme.
Study Subject: PhD position is available at the Lab of Claudius Gros at the Institute for Theoretical Physics.
List of Subjects: computational neurosciences, complex systems theory neural networks, simulated robotics, dynamical systems
Scholarship Award: This is a fully funded PhD position.
Scholarship can be taken at: Germany
Eligibility: The candidate should have a Diploma/Master in physics with an excellent academic track record and good computational skills. Experience or strong interest in the fields of complex systems, computational neurosciences, dynamical systems theory and/or artificial or biological cognitive systems is expected. The degree of scientific research experience is expected to be on the level of a German Diploma/Master.
Nationality: Applicants from Germany can apply for this PhD position.
Supporting Material: Applicants should include the following documents:
-a list of publications
-arrange for letters of reference
How to Apply: Applications must be submitted to Prof. Dr. Claudius Gros by post.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is April 22, 2016.