Details about PhD Research Fellow In Data Science, University Of Oslo, 2017
PhD Research Fellow In Data Science, University Of Oslo, 2017 is offered for PhD degree in the field of Data Science. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 28 Aug 2016. This scholarship is provided by University of Oslo and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, NOK 432 700 - 489 300 per year . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Deadline: 28 Aug 2016
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, NOK 432 700 - 489 300 per year
The University of Oslo (UiO) is giving phD fellowships at the Department of Informatics. The university is looking for brilliant PhD students to be a part of the research in data science. The university of Oslo, located in Oslo, is one of the prestigious universities in Norway.
- The candidates applying for PhD Research Fellow in Data Science, University of Oslo, 2017 are expected to be in the upper segment of the class whether it is academic or industrial.
- The applicants should have a master's degree in mathematics, computer science, statistics, or a related subject or should be about to complete their degree.
- The students should have knowledge in programming languages like Python, C++, Matlab, or R and a solid background in automated reasoning, databases, model checking.
- The candidates are expected to have high proficiency in the English language.
- The candidate should get an admission into Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
- The applicant for PhD Research Fellow in Data Science, University of Oslo, 2017 should submit a motivating letter describing his/her interest in data sciences around 1-2 pages and curriculum vitae which include education and academic work.
- The candidate should submit the copies of educational certificates and letters of recommendation.
- The applicant should also submit publications list, name and contact details of two referees, English proficiency documentation.
- The candidates who are from outside Norway should submit their university grading system explanation.