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Автор:  Sergey Дата: 02.09.2011 13:20
PhD Graduate Assitantships are available in the area of mathematical and computational modeling of mental processes and brain-computer interfaces. The research will be conducted at CLION, which is in a unique in its kind, world-leading multicenter for large-scale networks and optimization http://clion.memphis.edu. The research and academic team includes leading mathematicians, neuroscientists, physicists, and engineers. Academic requirements will be completed as part of the Applied Mathematics Program. There will be the opportunity for a strong interdisciplinary involvement. Previous Master's degree in Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or Physics, Biology can provide sufficient background to enter the program and successfully complete the requirements.

Interested candidates should apply as soon as possible, especially if aiming at financial support. Financial support includes a competitive stipend and tuition package, a total value of over $25,000. Application information is at:http://www.memphis.edu/gradcatalog/d...g/cas/math.php. Expected starting date is August, 2012. Applications will be considered as they are received, but not later than December 31, 2011. We look especially for prospective PhD students, but applications for Master's level will be considered as well. With questions on the openings, please contact Dr. Robert Kozmarkozma@memphis.edu. With questions on the application process, please contact Ms Deborah Wilson at the Math Departmentdfwilson@memphis.edu.
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