Projects in the PERSEUS

Projects in the PERSEUS

The 10 PhD positions in this area will focus on challenges in the areas of energy
informatics, healthcare, manufacturing (industry 4.0), mobility and the maritime sectors.

  • Call 1: start of PhD period January 2022 

 

  • Extra call: start of PhD period August 2022 (Application deadline 1 May 2022)

1. PhD Candidate in “Optimal Hydropower Scheduling using Advanced Machine Learning"

2. PhD Candidate in AI for Databases

3. PhD Candidate in Algorithms for Large-Scale Processing of Dynamic Graphs

4. PhD Candidate in Natural Language Processing for Personalized Content Summarization

5. PhD Candidate in Social Robots

 

  • Call 2: start of PhD period  approximately January 2023

The 8 PhD positions in this area 

  • Call 1: start of PhD period January 2022

 

  • Call 2: start of PhD period  approximately January 2023

The 7 PhD positions in this area will focus mostly on energy, mobility, and ocean, with a
common theoretical framework relying on effective processing of raw sensor data.

  • Call 1: start of PhD period January 2022

 

  • Extra call: start of PhD period August 2022 (Application deadline 1 May 2022)

1. PhD Candidate in Radio Channel Measurements and Modeling in Maritime Scenarios

2. PhD Candidate in Digital Twin for Maritime Communication System Performance Prediction

 

  • Call 2: start of PhD period  approximately January 2023

The 7 PhD positions in this area 

  • Call 2: start of PhD period  approximately January 2023

The 8 PhD positions in this area will focus on developing skills that will facilitate the secure digital transformation and  contribute to creation of significant positive impact including through reduced negative impact (due to reduced exposure to cyber risks) that ultimately leads to sustainable value creation.

  • Call 1: start of PhD period January 2022

 

  • Extra call: start of PhD period August 2022 (Application deadline 1 May 2022)

1. PhD Candidate in “Reference Systems for a Cyber-physical Range”

2. PhD Candidate within “Dynamic Interdependency Models for Critical Infrastructures”

 

  • Call 2: start of PhD period  approximately January 2023

Big Data and AI

Big Data and AI

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Extended Reality

Extended Reality

Digital Twins

Digital Twins

Information and Cyber Security

Information and Cyber Security

Internet of Things

Internet of Things

EU project

EU project

EU logo This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101034240.