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PhD studentships in Computer Science, Bristol, England

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  • Langdon W B
    Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 15:41:13 +0100 From: James Marshall Hi, the University of Bristol s Department of Computer
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      Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 15:41:13 +0100
      From: James Marshall <marshall@...>

      Hi,
      the University of Bristol's Department of Computer Science is
      actively looking for PhD students for October 2007 in any area. In
      particular if you are interested in studying within the Machine Learning
      and Biological Computation Group
      (http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/Research/MachineLearning/) in any of the
      following research areas, and you are an outstanding candidate with a
      strong vision of where you want to go, then please contact me (contact
      details on website below) to informally discuss applying:

      Artificial Life, Biologically-Inspired Algorithms, Complex Adaptive
      Systems, Evolutionary Theory, Evolutionary Computation, Social Insect
      Behaviour

      The University of Bristol and its neighbouring institutions are
      rapidly becoming a centre of excellence for interdisciplinary research
      involving the computational, mathematical and life sciences. The
      University of Bristol has recently established a Doctoral Training
      Centre in Complexity Sciences (http://bccs.bris.ac.uk), already has one
      of the largest collection of neuroscientists in Europe (Bristol
      Neuroscience http://www.bristol.ac.uk/neuroscience), as well as other
      initiatives including the University Research Centre in Behavioural
      Biology (http://www.bio.bris.ac.uk/research/behavior/behavior.htm), the
      Predictive Life Sciences research theme, and the Regional Network on
      Mathematics, Computation and Biology
      (http://cognit.psy.bris.ac.uk/MCB/index.html).

      Best wishes,
      James Marshall
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      James A. R. Marshall
      Department of Computer Science
      University of Bristol
      http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/~marshall
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