UP TO 11 POSITIONS AS Ph.D.
are available at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
The positions have a duration of 4 years with 25% compulsory work
Up to three of the positions (Ref.no.: 2008/7711) will be held open
for the most qualified applicants within the total field for research
at the department. The others are reserved for the following more
-Formal Methods (Ref.no.: 2008/7712)
-Global Infrastructures (Ref.no.: 2008/7714)
-Image formation and analysis (seismic and sonar) (Ref.no.: 2008/7718)
-Natural Language Processing (Ref.no.: 2008/7722)
-Nanoelectronics (Ref.no.: 2008/7726)
-Network and Distributed Systems, middleware and algorithms (Ref.no.:
-Robotics and Intelligent Systems (Ref.no.: 2008/7728)
-Computational Mathematics (Ref.no:2008/7729)
For a closer description of the overall research and the different
research groups of the department, se here:
The purpose of the PhD position is research training leading to the
successful completion of a doctoral degree. The fellowship requires
admission to the research-training programme at the Faculty of
Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Applicants must have obtained
undergraduate (BSc level or equivalent) and graduate (MSc level or
equivalent) qualifications. (Applicants may forward transcripts from
exams in June 2008).
Altogether this should represent approximately five years of full
time study after the completion of European Upper Secondary School or
International Baccalaureate. For more information see:
Appointment to a research fellowship is conditional upon admission to
the research training programme. An approved plan for the research
training must be submitted no later than one month after taking up
the position, and admission approved within three months. For more
The University of Oslo wishes to achieve a more equal distribution of
scientific employees between the genders. Female applicants are
encouraged to apply.
All new UiO employees are required to sign an agreement regulating
research intellectual property rights (IPR).
For any additional information please do not hesitate to contact:
Head of Department, professor Morten Dæhlen, email:
firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: (+47) 2284 0125 or
Administrative Head of Department, Narve Trædal, email:
email@example.com, phone: (+47) 2285 2418.
Salary: LTR 44 –48 (NOK 331400 – 355,200), depending on
Deadline for applications: 13 June 2008
The applications (in English or in a Scandinavian language) marked
with reference number including a curriculum vitae and complete
information about the applicant’s education (both at the bachelor and
master level), job experience, scientific publications, outline of
research ambitions, and at least two academic references (name,
position, email, and telephone number), should be sent to:
The University of Oslo
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Boks 1032 Blindern
N-0315 Oslo, Norway.
Application papers will not be returned, with the exception of
Monday, May 19, 2008
UP TO 11 POSITIONS AS Ph.D.