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Helsinki ICT network: 20 doctoral student positions (call deadline Feb 15, 2015)

Helsinki ICT network: 20 doctoral student positions (call deadline Feb 15, 2015).

The Helsinki Doctoral Education Network in Information and Communications Technology (HICT) is a joint initiative by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki, the two leading universities within this area in Finland. The network involves at present 55 professors and over 200 doctoral students, and the participating units graduate altogether more than 40 new doctors each year.

The participating units of HICT have currently 20 fully funded positions available for exceptional doctoral students. In this call you can either apply to a research group in general, or/and to a specific research project. The call closes on February 15, 2015 at 23:59. For more information and application instructions, see "http://www.hict.fi".

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