With 12 bachelor’s and 18 master’s degree programs, over 9,000 graduates and more than 4,000 current students, the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien is Austria’s largest purely technical university of applied sciences.
This program is aimed at highly motivated students who want to work in one of these main research topics:
- Digital circuits and hardware architectures
- Dependable, real-time systems
- Hybrid systems and optimal control
- Quantitative and runtime verification
- Computational modeling and simulation
- Autonomous systems, robotics and automation systems integration
- Control networks design
- Cyber-physical social systems & (Industrial) Internet of Things
The Resilient Embedded Systems doctoral program is run jointly by TU Wien and FH Technikum Wien.
HOW TO APPLY
Organization - The prerequisite for becoming a PhD student is a finished master degree or equivalent, preferably with distinction, in the fields of Computer Science/Informatics, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Information
More details, including the application procedure can be found at the webpage. Applications must be submitted by March 24, 2019 23:59 (CET).
After a first round of review, selected candidates will be invited for a hearing, in which they get an opportunity to present their research plans and to get in touch with potential advisors. Travel costs will be covered. The hearings will
be scheduled for April 24 – May 7, 2019 .
A final decision will be made by mid of May 2019 and the Resilient Embedded Systems doctoral program starts in October 2019.
The successful candidates will receive an employment from the hosting institution (TU Wien or FH Technikum Wien) following the standard salaries for FWF projects, 29.573,60 € gross salary per year.
We explicitly encourage female candidates to apply. Preference will be given when equally qualified.