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Fri Nov 7 2003

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Message 1: Computer Science: PhD Assistantship: U/Vermont

Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 16:30:37 -0500 (EST)
From: Xindong Wu <xwuemba.uvm.edu>
Subject: Computer Science: PhD Assistantship: U/Vermont



PhD Assistantship Opportunities

Department of Computer Science
University of Vermont (UVM)
351 Votey Building
Burlington, Vermont 05405, USA

The Department of Computer Science (http://www.cs.uvm.edu/) at UVM
announces up to 6 assistantships for PhD studies in 2004-05, in the
form of Graduate Research Assistantships (GRAs) and Graduate Teaching
Assistantships (GTAs). These assistantships are for incoming students
studying towards the PhD degree in Computer Science. 

The Department offers fields of study in both traditional and
interdisciplinary areas such as bioinformatics and ecological
modeling. Our faculty is involved in the forefront of research in
knowledge and data engineering (such as data mining, database systems,
pattern recognition, and knowledge-based systems), software
engineering and verification (including programming languages), and
computational sciences (comprising computational biology, discrete
modeling, and numerical methods).

Our faculty in Computer Science participates in various
interdisciplinary research activities involving on-campus entities
such as the UVM College of Medicine (http://www.med.uvm.edu), the UVM
Bioinformatics Core
(http://bioinformatics.uvm.edu/bioinformatics.html) and the Gund
Institute for Ecological Economics (http://www.uvm.edu/giee/). We
encourage applicants who are interested in and have a strong
background in interdisciplinary studies. *Up to 3 (interdisciplinary)
GRAs are specially designated for PhD students who will be involved in
interdisciplinary areas.*

QUALIFICATIONS:

The successful applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree and show
satisfactory test scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
general section. International applicants must submit a TOEFL test
score of 600 or higher. Applicants with a BS degree in a field other
than Computer Science are especially encouraged to apply for the
interdisciplinary GRA positions.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

Tel: +1-802-656-3330
Email: csgrad-infocs.uvm.edu
Web: http://www.cs.uvm.edu/gradinfo/PhD-guide.shtml

ONLINE APPLICATION:

http://www.uvm.edu/~gradcoll
Choose "Online Application" and Computer Science PhD Program.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Applications accepted until February 1, 2004 for Fall 2004
assistantship opportunities.
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