Erasmus Mundus Doctorate Programme in Interactive and Cognitive Environments
Now available the final list for 2014 Call for Application (Cohort 5)!
Offered 6 PhD positions under the program "Erasmus Mundus Doctorate in Interactive and Cognitive Environments (ICE)"
ICE Consortium has the pleasure to announce that the Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA) has approved the proposed selection lists related to 2014 Call for Application (Cohort 5). Here is the link to the final list: LINK.
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The Joint Doctoral Programme in Interactive and Cognitive Environments offers PhD candidates an education programme in the field of research related to computer science, electronic and telecommunication engineering and industrial design. Candidates must hold a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree or equivalent title and in-depth knowledge and understanding of the principles of ICT engineering. ICE aims at developing and enhancing master students’ knowledge and skills in order to shape a new generation of professionals able to exploit (and further enhance) cutting-edge ICT technologies to design and implement - in multi-disciplinary work teams - innovative solutions in the ever more pervasive fields of application.
The programme has three major focuses, that will be iteratively pursued during the whole progress of the candidate’s track. The former concerns the acquisition and the formalization of knowledge in specific advanced domains, achieved through lectures and seminars. The second aims at keeping PhD students in strict touch with leading research groups that have proven experiences in research activities in basic disciplines necessary for the PhD course in the five partner universities. The latter involves actual industry/academy joint research activities on projects in cooperation with leading ICT companies, typically under international institutional umbrellas, such as the European Research Frameworks.
The Programme lasts three years. During this period a mobility scheme ensures that students will spend training / research periods in at least two different higher education institutions.
The language of instruction is English. Local language learning and integration in the society will be promoted through ad-hoc courses and university staff support.