8 PhD for IT Students, Germany

first_img Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit Deadline: open callOpen to: IT students Scholarship: 1400/1500/1600 EuroHasso-Plattner-Institute (HPI) is a privately financed institute affiliated with the University of Potsdam. The Institute’s founder and benefactor Professor Hasso Plattner, who is also co-founder and chairman of the supervisory board of SAP AG, has created an opportunity for students to experience a unique education in IT systems engineering in a professional research environment with a strong practice orientation.We are expanding our research school and are currently seeking:* 8 Ph.D. students (monthly stipends 1400/1500/1600 Euro)* and 2 Postdocs (monthly stipend 1800 Euro)Positions will be available starting October 1, 2010.The stipends are not subject to income tax.The main research areas in the research school at HPI are:* Service-Oriented Geovisualization Systems (Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner)* Modeling and Verification of Self-Adaptive Service-Oriented Systems (Prof. Dr. Holger Giese)* Tools and Methods for Software Engineering in Service-Oriented Systems (Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld)* Security Engineering of Service-Based IT-Systems (Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel)* Service-Oriented Information Integration (Prof. Dr. Felix Naumann)* Evolutionary Transition of Enterprise Applications to Service-Orientation (Prof. Dr. h.c. Hasso Plattner)* Operating System Abstractions for Service-Oriented Computing (Prof. Dr. Andreas Polze)* Services Specification, Composition, and Enactment (Prof. Dr. Mathias Weske)* Quantitative Evaluation and Optimization of Service-Oriented Systems (Prof. Dr. Werner Zorn)Prospective candidates are invited to apply with:* Curriculum vitae and copies of degree certificates/transcripts,* A short research proposal,* Writing samples/copies of relevant scientific papers (e.g. thesis, etc.),* Letters of recommendation.Please submit your applications to the coordinator of the research school:Prof. Dr. Andreas PolzeHasso-Plattner-InstituteUniversität PotsdamPostfach 90 04 6014440 Potsdam, GermanySuccessful candidates will be notified by September 15, 2010 and are expected to enroll into the program on October 1, 2010.For further information, do not hesitate to contact the office:Telephone +49-331-5509-220Telefax +49-331-5509-229Email: office-polze(at)hpi.uni-potsdam.deMore info. Tweet LinkedIn 0 +1 8 PhD for IT Students, Germany Pocket Call for Applications: Graphic Designer at EMBO 2021center_img ← Traineeship in EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, Vienna Similar Stories MIASA German – African Tandem Fellowship 2022 at the University of Ghana Share 0 20 scholarships for 10-months language and academic preparation for technical studying in Slovakia → DAAD Scholarship Development-Related Postgraduate Courses May 31, 2010 Published by Site Default last_img read more

Telit Launches Single Form Factor LPWAN, WLAN, and WPAN IoT Modules

first_img LE866: Smallest LTE Cat 1 module with multiple regional variants for worldwide deployment. ME866: Natural evolution to LTE Cat M1 in the Telit miniaturized xE866 family. NE866: NB-IoT module with dual band LTE FDD B8 and B20 and an optional on-board Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card (eUICC). RE866: Innovative combination of BLE 5, NFC and LoRa enables remote management/configuration via PC/mobile. WE866: Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 | b/g/n companion module to Telit 3G to LTE modules offers the fastest path to adding 2.4 GHz wireless capability to product. Telit is showcasing the xE866 modules at the Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC 17). Telit has expanded its popular xE866 family of high performing, low power modules to meet the needs of an even broader range of IoT applications. The additions mark the industry’s only offering of a module family in a single LGA form factor to offer multiple Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) connectivity options as well as Wireless Personal Area Networking (PAN) short range wireless technologies and Wireless Wide Local Area network (WLAN).The xE866 modules enable companies to easily add any number of popular low power wireless connection to their IoT innovation, without the need to modify their designs to accommodate each new standard – all while extending the battery life of devices. With this approach, an application designed for use in an environment that is best suited for the licensed spectrum 3GPP standard Narrow Band IoT (NB-IoT), could easily be deployed in another environment better suited for unlicensed band proprietary LoRaWAN, with little to no impact.The ultra-compact family already well adopted in the market with long-standing GE866 2G/GPRS and UE866 3G/UMTS series, now includes LTE Cat 1, NB-IoT, LoRa in combination with BLE and Wi-Fi models – all with a common AT command set and additional unique features. The xE866 family form factor follows a nested scalability concept with models from 15x19mm to 15X25mm respecting pin out compatibility.The Telit xE866 Single Form Factor LPWAN, WLAN, and WPAN Modules include:last_img read more