Author Topic: Marie Curie Fellowships for the Smart Management for the Human Environment ITN project  (Read 832 times)

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Athens Information Technology (AIT) invites applications for postgraduate researchers to work in the Broadband Wireless and Sensor networks (B-WiSE) research group, in the field of wireless sensor networks. The positions are granted by AIT and the European Commission, under the FP7-PEOPLE-ITN project SMARTEN, on Smart Management for Sustainable Human Environment, and are expected to lead to a PhD at the end of the 4-year project time-frame. The SMARTEN project aims to educate and train the next generation of researchers, engineers, research managers and directors in the field of Smart Management for Sustainable Human Environment, using Wireless Sensor Network technologies. It involves some of the key European research organisations in the fields of Infrastructure Reliability and Management, Sensor Technology and Communications.

Responsibilities for these positions include conducting research in the above fields leading to publications in top international academic journals and conferences, and providing teaching support to various graduate courses related with the expertise of the successful candidate. Applicants must show evidence of research potential in their respective field, as well as collegial spirit.
The working language at AIT is English; therefore, fluency in English is a requirement.
Due to the project grant regulations, students having spent more than 12 months in Greece over the past 3 years are excluded.

Compensation includes:
(a) Competitive monthly salary,
(b) PhD tuition expenses,
(c) travel grants to attend conferences, in addition to travel related with project requirements.

The advertised positions will give the successful candidates the opportunity to work in a well established and active group and use the facilities of a state-of-the art environment, further develop their skills and experience, significantly enhancing their career.

Interested candidates may send a CV, contact information of three references and a letter describing their research interests to:
Dr. Antonis Kalis
Associate Professor
Broadband Wireless and Sensor networks research group
Athens Information Technology
19,5 Km, Markopoulo Ave., 19002, Peania, Attica
Tel: +30 210 6682774
Fax: +30 210 6682703,
e-mail: akal@ait.edu.gr

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