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Short term 'Visiting Fellowships - IRIDIA-ULB - Brussels

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  • Elio Tuci
    MARIE CURIE EARLY STAGE RESEARCH TRAINING FELLOWSHIPS at IRIDIA, FREE UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS (ULB) The IRIDIA (Institut de Recherches Interdisciplinaires et de
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      MARIE CURIE EARLY STAGE RESEARCH TRAINING FELLOWSHIPS at IRIDIA, FREE
      UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS (ULB)

      The IRIDIA (Institut de Recherches Interdisciplinaires et de
      Développements en Intelligence Artificielle - http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/)
      research group at the Free University of Brussels (ULB) is as a Host
      Institution for Marie Curie Early Stage Research Training (EST)
      Fellowships.

      IRIDIA has an opening for a short term 'Visiting Fellowships' (from 6 to
      12 months) with a starting date in October 2006.

      Project description

      The COMP2SYS (COMPutational intelligence methods for COMPlex SYStems)
      Early Stage Training project focuses on the training of early stage
      researchers to the use of Computational Intelligence techniques for the
      treatment of complex systems in science and engineering. The programme
      aims at developing the knowledge and skills necessary to solve complex
      problems using the powerful emergent methods and tools of Computational
      Intelligence. The programme focuses on five main topics:
      1. Evolutionary computation
      2. Ant colony optimization
      3. Artificial chemistry and biological networks
      4. Theoretical and applied machine learning
      5. Swarm intelligence and swarm robotics

      COMP2SYS has an opening for up to 12 months for a young visiting
      scientist: typically a doctoral student of another university who is
      pursuing her/his doctorate on a topic related to Computational
      Intelligence. Occasionally she/he can be an early stage researcher in a
      company research lab. The typical stay at ULB-IRIDIA will last for a
      period of time ranging from 6 to 12 months.
      More details on the COMP2SYS project are available at
      http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/comp2sys/

      We explicitly encourage women to apply for our advertised positions,
      including those returning to work and/or those with flexible working
      needs. We guarantee that the selection process will give equal
      opportunities to female and male applicants and that regarding salary,
      promotions, career development and all other aspects of employment,
      equal opportunities shall be vigorously pursued. NB: mobility allowances
      for employees with dependants may be higher.

      Eligibility conditions are restricted, so please carefully check these
      before contacting Dr. Tuci, to whom applications and a CV should be sent
      by email (etuci@...).
      Please refer to the following Marie-Curie website:
      http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp6/mariecurie-actions/action/level_en.html
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