Computer science deals information about computation, software, hardware and computer systems. The field consists of theoretical and practical approaches. Both of them contribute to research of the main important issues that computer science investigates: IT, which deals with computer and other systems, its development, artificial intelligence and mathematics, software engineering, systems and network engineering. Graduates can work in fields related to: manufacturing of computer and information systems, maintenance and sales of them as well as software and hardware developers, e-business and telecommunication networks experts.
Are you prepared to influence and advance the future of business practice? Walden Universitys ACBSP-accredited Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) program examines some of the challenges and prospects that currently exist in the dynamic world of business, such as globalization, ethics, and stakeholder relationships. Explore new strategies in business leadership and advanced decision making while gaining an in-depth understanding of both theory and applied research within the business sphere.
Whether you seek to share your expertise as an educator, a consultant, or a business leader, Waldens ACBSP-accredited Ph.D. in Management program can help you gain the skills you need to reach your professional goals. Examine the influence of management on employees and organizations and learn theories, concepts, and techniques for more effective decision making.
At King's, the Department of Informatics has a high research profile, with several major externally funded projects, a strong publication profile, and significant research activity. Our research is organised around our research groups, and you can find details of the range of current research projects and interests on the Department's research pages.
Most of the research of the department is embedded in the interdisciplinary Network Institute, a collaboration between different faculties of the VU University, covering disciplines such as Social sciences, Huma nities, and Economics. The department explicitly encourages inter- and crossdisciplinary research, and expects from successful candidates a willingness to collaborate with colleagues in other fields of Computer Science, as well as with colleagues from other disciplines
The Faculty of Science and Technology at UiS offers a PhD programme in Information Technology with focus on signal and image processing, code theory, Internet security issues and e-commerce systems.
The Bristol Centre for Complexity Sciences (BCCS) is a highly interdisciplinary centre for training and research, funded by the EPSRC. The four-year postgraduate programme aims to integrate, strengthen and expand the knowledge and expertise in different areas of science and engineering, to form a unique training environment for the most promising students from the UK and overseas.
The King's Centre for Robotics Research comprises six academics and 28 PhD students/RAs. It has an international reputation in the field of kinematics, mechanisms, and robotics, and their applications to medical science and production. Since 2001 the Centre has published over 300 papers in prestigious journals (including IEEE Transactions, ASME Transactions) and generated over £6 million in grant income, including £3 million in current grants. Our staff are reputed nationally and internationally in kinematics, robotics and mechatronics. We collaborate closely with the KCL Health Schools (including St Thomas’ and Guy’s Hospitals) and numerous industrial partners. The Centre is renowned for its multidisciplinary research at the interfaces between Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering. The Centre is actively involved in research into such areas as computational kinematics, computational intelligence, reconfigurable mechanisms, intelligent algorithms and contr
The program will educate students and carry out significant research in Computational Science with specialization in fields such as climate modeling, high-energy physics, materials science, computational chemistry, 3D visualization and computational biology.
The Doctoral Programme in Technical Sciences offers doctoral studies in the fields of automation, energy, electricity, data and telecommunications engineering as well as industrial engineering, economic mathematics, statistics and mathematics. The goal is to train high calibre experts capable of independent research work to serve industries, the economic life, the world of academia and other organisations.
We announce the 2nd recruitment for this PhD programme in mathematics and computer science which is funded by the European Structural Funds through the International PhD Projects programme run by the Foundation for Polish Science. It offers tax-free scholarships of about 1000 U.S. dollars per month plus a lot of extra funds for travel, computer equipment etc. This time we recruit for 6 topics in several complex variables and dynamical systems. Every topic is run in cooperation with very good foreign universities. The deadline for (electronic) submission of applications is April 30, 2011 – see http://www2.im.uj.edu.pl/mpd/. Krakow is a great place for PhD studies!
The object of the Doctoral School of Mathematics and Scientific Computing jointly organised by Karl-Franzens-University and Graz University of Technology in the framework of NAWI Graz is to train doctoral students at a postgraduate level in the sub-disciplines of mathematics taught at Graz and to prepare them for scientific occupations in these fields.
Program with a Quality Mention concedes by the Spanish National Agency for the Evaluation of Quality (Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Calidad, ANECA)