Fixed-term: The funds for these posts are available for 3 years.
The newly funded Centre of Future of Mobile and Wearable Systems in the Department of Computer Science and Technology is inviting applications for up to three funded PhD studentships, beginning in October 2018.
These openings are suitable for candidates with a Masters degree in computer science or a related discipline, or a Bachelors degree and industry experience. We welcome applications across a broad range of areas covered by mobile and wearable computing, including mobile systems, mobile health, mobile sensor systems and learning, mobile security and privacy, geographical data analytics and wearable technology.
Candidates must meet all prerequisites for admission to the PhD in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge. For further details, please refer to: https://www.cst.cam.ac.uk/admissions/phd.
Informal enquiries should be made to the Centre's directors, Prof Cecilia Mascolo (https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/cm542) and Dr Alastair Beresford (https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/arb33). PhD applications must include a 2 page research proposal aligned with the Centre's interests and we therefore encourage applicants to contact us with a draft proposal before making a formal application.
The deadline for submission of the application is 15th May 2018.
The PhD studentship will cover tuition fees at the home or international rate as appropriate and provide a tax-free stipend at the standard RCUK rate. International students are eligible to apply.
Complete applications, including two academic references, research proposal, transcripts and degree certificates, should be submitted via the Applicant Portal by the deadline, see http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply. Queries regarding the application process should be directed to email@example.com using the reference number below.
Please quote reference NR15279 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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