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    پیش فرض موقعیت‌های خالی در دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور

    این موضوع به منظور اعلام موقعیت‌های خالی در گروه‌های تحقیقاتی خارج از کشور ایجاد شده است، تا استادهای دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور یا سایر اعضایی که از این موقعیت‌ها اطلاع دارند، با اعلام آنها بتوانند دانشجویان مستعد ایرانی را جذب نمایند.

    ۱. لطفاً از این موضوع تنها برای اعلام موقعیت‌های موجود استفاده نمایید و از ارسال تقاضا برای دریافت کمک هزینه خودداری نمایید.
    ۲. لطفاً در متن آگهی به نام دانشگاه، کشور، نام رشته و عنوان پروژه اشاره نمایید.
    ۳. لطفاً شرایط مورد نظر برای دانشجویان علاقمند، مانند مقطع تحصیلی، معدل،‌ حد نصاب برای نمره‌ی امتحانات و ...، را در صورت وجود در متن آگهی اعلام فرمایید.
    ۴. لطفاً بهترین نحوه‌ی تماس با شما و آدرس وب‌سایت (در صورت وجود) را در متن آگهی بنویسید.
    ۵. به منظور جلوگیری از سو‌استفاده شرکت‌هایی که اقدام به ارسال دانشجو می‌کنند، آدرس ایمیل باید متعلق به یکی از دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور باشد.

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    پیش فرض پاسخ : موقعیت‌های خالی در دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور

    PhD fellowship in Lichenology (Systematic Botany)


    A PhD position in lichenology is available at the Museum of Natural History, University of Bergen, Norway.

    Applicants must hold a master-/cand. scient.-degree or equivalent in botanical systematics/taxonomy, preferably in the field of lichenology. The master's degree must be completed by the application deadline. Candidates with experience with morphological and molecular systematics will be preferred.

    The research fellow must take part in the University's approved PhD program leading to the degree within a time limit of 3 years. Hence, applicants must meet the formal admission requirements for the PhD program. A description of the proposed research project and a progress plan for the doctoral studies will be elaborated with the scientific group.

    The principal supervisor for the project must be a scientist with a permanent position at Museum of Natural History.
    In total, the fellowship period is 4 years. For positions with 4-year duration, 25 % of the period will consist of duties at Museum of Natural History. The length of the fellowship period may be reduced if the successful applicant has held previous research fellow employments.

    The teaching language is normally Norwegian.

    Starting salaries at salary level 45 (code 1017) on the government salary scale (corresponding to NOK 355.600 per year), following ordinary meriting regulations (wage levels 45-51).

    A description of the position is mentioned below, or obtainable from Bergen Museum Adminitration, phone +47 55 58 93 60, e-mail: post@bm.uib.no.s

    Additional information on the position is obtainable from Professor Tor Tønsberg, phone +47 55 58 33 33, e-mail: tor.tonsberg@bm.uib.no.

    State employment shall reflect the multiplicity of the population at large to the highest possible degree. The University of Bergen has therefore adopted a personnel policy objective to ensure that we achieve a balanced age and sex composition and recruitment of persons of various ethnic backgrounds. Persons of different ethnic backgrounds are therefore encouraged to apply for the position.

    Information about the applicant may be made public even though the applicant has requested not to be named in the list of applicants. The applicant will be notified if his/her request is not respected. The University of Bergen applies the principles of public openness when recruiting staff to scientific positions.

    The successful applicant must comply with the guidelines that apply to the position at any time. The application must include a complete review of education and professional experience with copies of exams and certificates and scientific works including a list of publications (all in three copies and sorted in three identical bundles).
    The application should be sent to: University of Bergen, Bergen Museum Administration, Post Box 7800, N-5020 Bergen Norway.

    In addition application and CV containing relevant education and practice should be registered under the link: “Apply for this position”.

    Closing date for application: 31.10.2009

    Reference number: 09/11885

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE POSITION:

    PhD FELLOWSHIP IN LICHENOLOGY (SYSTEMATIC BOTANY)

    Bergen Museum houses the University of Bergen’s collections in cultural and natural history. Bergen Museum’s activities around these collections involve augmentation, documentation, research, conservation and exhibition. As a state financed university museum, Bergen Museum maintains extensive scientific collections and is a regional centre for scientific competence and the dissemination of knowledge. Bergen Museum is divided into The Museum of Cultural History (anthropology, archaeology, church art, and newer cultural history) and The Museum of Natural History (botany, geology and zoology).

    The core of the biological research at The Museum of Natural History (NHM) is systematics and paleobiology. NHM cooperates extensively with several departments at University of Bergen, in particular with Department of Biology including joint responsibility for teaching subjects in taxonomy, phylogeny, paleobiology, and evolution. At NHM there are about 50 staff members including 7 scientific staff members in botany.

    The research in systematic botany at NHM concentrates on higher plants and lichens. Lichenological research has been internationally prolific in systematic and taxonomic studies. Biogeographical studies have focused on material from Scandinavia, North America, Antarctica, and the Arctic. Revisions of genera and description of new species are frequently carried out. NHM staff members have access to a DNA laboratory.

    In addition to research, staff at NHM is running the scientific collections. The lichenological collections (part of herbarium BG), which contain a high number of type specimens, are in great demand world wide. Data on the Norwegian specimens (together with material from many other university herbaria) are available on the internet in The Norwegian Lichen Database (http://www.nhm.uio.no/botanisk/lav/index.html).

    Applicants must have a master- or cand.scient.–degree or a corresponding education with excellent marks in subjects that are directly relevant for the discipline of biosystematics and taxonomy. The application must contain a brief description of a proposed doctoral project in systematic lichenology. It is an advantage to contact potential supervisors in advance. Applicants should demonstrate a particular interest in biosystematics with publications in the field. The applicant’s potential ability to successfully complete a doctoral study will also be based on an evaluation of efficiency and results in previous studies and subsequent activities.

    In agreement with the head of the department and the supervisor twenty-five per cent of the time will be allocated to curatorial duties of parts of the collections corresponding to the specialities of the applicant, and to a lesser degree teaching of biosystematics.

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    پیش فرض پاسخ : موقعیت‌های خالی در دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور

    PhD fellowship in Lichenology (Systematic Botany)


    A PhD position in lichenology is available at the Museum of Natural History, University of Bergen, Norway.

    Applicants must hold a master-/cand. scient.-degree or equivalent in botanical systematics/taxonomy, preferably in the field of lichenology. The master's degree must be completed by the application deadline. Candidates with experience with morphological and molecular systematics will be preferred.

    The research fellow must take part in the University's approved PhD program leading to the degree within a time limit of 3 years. Hence, applicants must meet the formal admission requirements for the PhD program. A description of the proposed research project and a progress plan for the doctoral studies will be elaborated with the scientific group.

    The principal supervisor for the project must be a scientist with a permanent position at Museum of Natural History.
    In total, the fellowship period is 4 years. For positions with 4-year duration, 25 % of the period will consist of duties at Museum of Natural History. The length of the fellowship period may be reduced if the successful applicant has held previous research fellow employments.

    The teaching language is normally Norwegian.

    Starting salaries at salary level 45 (code 1017) on the government salary scale (corresponding to NOK 355.600 per year), following ordinary meriting regulations (wage levels 45-51).

    A description of the position is mentioned below, or obtainable from Bergen Museum Adminitration, phone +47 55 58 93 60, e-mail: post@bm.uib.no.s

    Additional information on the position is obtainable from Professor Tor Tønsberg, phone +47 55 58 33 33, e-mail: tor.tonsberg@bm.uib.no.

    State employment shall reflect the multiplicity of the population at large to the highest possible degree. The University of Bergen has therefore adopted a personnel policy objective to ensure that we achieve a balanced age and sex composition and recruitment of persons of various ethnic backgrounds. Persons of different ethnic backgrounds are therefore encouraged to apply for the position.

    Information about the applicant may be made public even though the applicant has requested not to be named in the list of applicants. The applicant will be notified if his/her request is not respected. The University of Bergen applies the principles of public openness when recruiting staff to scientific positions.

    The successful applicant must comply with the guidelines that apply to the position at any time. The application must include a complete review of education and professional experience with copies of exams and certificates and scientific works including a list of publications (all in three copies and sorted in three identical bundles).
    The application should be sent to: University of Bergen, Bergen Museum Administration, Post Box 7800, N-5020 Bergen Norway.

    In addition application and CV containing relevant education and practice should be registered under the link: “Apply for this position”.

    Closing date for application: 31.10.2009

    Reference number: 09/11885

    ---------------------------------------------------

    DESCRIPTION OF THE POSITION:

    PhD FELLOWSHIP IN LICHENOLOGY (SYSTEMATIC BOTANY)

    Bergen Museum houses the University of Bergen’s collections in cultural and natural history. Bergen Museum’s activities around these collections involve augmentation, documentation, research, conservation and exhibition. As a state financed university museum, Bergen Museum maintains extensive scientific collections and is a regional centre for scientific competence and the dissemination of knowledge. Bergen Museum is divided into The Museum of Cultural History (anthropology, archaeology, church art, and newer cultural history) and The Museum of Natural History (botany, geology and zoology).

    The core of the biological research at The Museum of Natural History (NHM) is systematics and paleobiology. NHM cooperates extensively with several departments at University of Bergen, in particular with Department of Biology including joint responsibility for teaching subjects in taxonomy, phylogeny, paleobiology, and evolution. At NHM there are about 50 staff members including 7 scientific staff members in botany.

    The research in systematic botany at NHM concentrates on higher plants and lichens. Lichenological research has been internationally prolific in systematic and taxonomic studies. Biogeographical studies have focused on material from Scandinavia, North America, Antarctica, and the Arctic. Revisions of genera and description of new species are frequently carried out. NHM staff members have access to a DNA laboratory.

    In addition to research, staff at NHM is running the scientific collections. The lichenological collections (part of herbarium BG), which contain a high number of type specimens, are in great demand world wide. Data on the Norwegian specimens (together with material from many other university herbaria) are available on the internet in The Norwegian Lichen Database (http://www.nhm.uio.no/botanisk/lav/index.html).

    Applicants must have a master- or cand.scient.–degree or a corresponding education with excellent marks in subjects that are directly relevant for the discipline of biosystematics and taxonomy. The application must contain a brief description of a proposed doctoral project in systematic lichenology. It is an advantage to contact potential supervisors in advance. Applicants should demonstrate a particular interest in biosystematics with publications in the field. The applicant’s potential ability to successfully complete a doctoral study will also be based on an evaluation of efficiency and results in previous studies and subsequent activities.

    In agreement with the head of the department and the supervisor twenty-five per cent of the time will be allocated to curatorial duties of parts of the collections corresponding to the specialities of the applicant, and to a lesser degree teaching of biosystematics.

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    PhD fellowship in Systematic Botany


    At the Museum of Natural History, Bergen Museum, a position as research fellow within the field of systematic botany, is open.

    The Arboretum and Botanical garden at Milde has large living collections of plants that are aimed for research. Research on the systematics of the Rose family is one of the main focuses at the Arboretum, and the research fellow will take part in this research. A main aim will be to resolve the evolutionary relationship of the genus Sorbus.

    Applicants must hold a master-/cand.scient.-degree in botanical systematics/taxonomy, or equivalent. The master's degree must be completed by the application deadline. Candidates with experience with morphological and molecular systematics will be preferred.

    The research fellows must take part in the University's approved PhD program leading to the degree within a time limit of 3 years. Hence, applicants must meet the formal admission requirements for the PhD program. A description of the proposed research project and a progress plan for the doctoral studies will be elaborated with the scientific group.

    The principal supervisor for the project must be a scientist with a permanent position at Museum of Natural History.

    In total, the fellowship period is 4 years. For positions with 4-year duration, 25 pct of the period will consist of duties at the Arboretum and Botanical garden. The length of the fellowship period may be reduced if the successful applicant has held previous employment as a research fellow.

    The teaching language will normally be Norwegian.

    Starting salaries at salary level 45 (code 1017) on the government salary scale (corresponding to NOK 355.600 per year, following ordinary meriting regulations (wage levels 45-51).

    Additional information on the position is obtainable from associate professor Heidi Lie Andersen, phone +47 55 58 33 20/+47 55 98 72 57, e-mail: Heidi.Andersen@bm.uib.no.

    State employment shall reflect the multiplicity of the population at large to the highest possible degree. The University of Bergen has therefore adopted a personnel policy objective to ensure that we achieve a balanced age and sex composition and recruitment of persons of various ethnic backgrounds. Persons of different ethnic backgrounds are therefore encouraged to apply for the position.


    Information about the applicant may be made public even though the applicant has requested not to be named in the list of applicants. The applicant will be notified if his/her request is not respected.

    The University of Bergen applies the principles of public openness when recruiting staff to scientific positions.

    The successful applicant must comply with the guidelines that apply to the position at any time.

    The application must include a complete review of education and professional experience with copies of exams and certificates and scientific works including a list of publications (all in three copies and sorted in three identical bundles).
    The application should be sent to: University of Bergen, Bergen Museum Administration, Post Box 7800, N-5020 Bergen Norway.

    In addition application and CV containing relevant education and practice should be registered under the link: “Apply for this position”.

    Closing date for application: 31.10.2009

    Reference number: 09/11888

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    پیش فرض پاسخ : موقعیت‌های خالی در دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور

    PhD position in “Design Research on physical and social play”(V51.077)

    at the User-Centred Engineering group Department of Industrial Design

    The department of Industrial Design of the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e), founded in 2001, is a rapidly growing department with over 550 students, both Bachelor and Master, and around 200 staff members. With a strong emphasis on research the ID department focuses on the design of intelligent products, systems, services, and networks. These innovative products enable people to interact with their environment in an optimal and flexible way. The TU/e ID engineer, who has developed a wide range of competencies during his/her education, is capable of integrating technology, user aspects, design, and business/marketing insights. Ambient Intelligence and Ambient (health) Care draw special attention within the TU/e and ID particular, and is an important research and application field. ID encompasses four research areas: Technology covered by the Designed Intelligence (DI) group, User aspects, covered by User-Centred Engineering (UCE) group, Design, covered by the Designing Quality in Interaction (DQI) group, and Business, covered by the Business Process Design (BPD) group.
    The User-Centered Engineering group (UCE) focuses on advancing the understanding of the user experience and developing innovative concepts for the interaction of humans with intelligent systems, for example in the domain of play and collaboration.

    Fontys University of Applied Sciences
    Fontys University of Applied Sciences offers more than 200 Bachelor programs, some 40 Master programs, PhD opportunities and non-degree courses in the following sectors: Fine Arts, Management, Education, Health Care and Social Studies, Transportation and Logistics, Applied Science and Technology. It is the largest educational institute in West Brabant. The lectorate Serious Game Design is part of Fontys School of ICT, with about 1900 students and 200 staff and offers education in Game Design for around 300 students. Its research focuses on gaming, open-ended play and curiosity-driven interaction for education and sports especially in smart environments (Ambient Intelligence).
    Tasks

    This PhD is part of a collaborative nationally funded project called ‘PLAYfit’ which aims to create playful solutions that stimulate secondary school students to be more physically active. The main goal of the project is to explore whether and how teenagers can be activated by translating aspects of gaming into physical concepts. You will work on the design, development and validation of a physical gaming environment that is tailored to the needs and motivations of secondary school children.
    The project is a collaboration between the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and the Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Fontys Hogeschool). You are jointly supervised by the User-Centred Engineering group of the Department of Industrial Design, TU/e and the Serious Games lectorate of the Fontys Hogeschool. Other stakeholders in the project are the Physical Activity and Health lectorate of the Fontys Hogeschool and various companies.
    The project will follow a user centred design approach in which various stakeholders, such as secondary school students, gaming experts and physical education teachers will be involved in all stages. The project will have a strong focus on validation of the concepts through design research and field studies especially with a view to develop generalizable knowledge about how to structure and facilitate this type of co-development process.
    You will be participating in education, e.g. by supervising student projects on topics related to the PLAYfit project.
    Requirements

    • A Master in Industrial Design, Information Sciences, Media Studies, with a strong background in human-computer interaction and/or gaming.
    • Affinity with the topics of persuasion and tangible or graphical user interfaces are valued.
    • Also valued is prior experience with design research and with setting up and executing user tests.
    • Excellent social and communicative skills and affinity with teaching are expected.
    • The candidate should be fluent in Dutch; good knowledge of English is required.
    Appointment and Salary



    The appointment is for 4 years, starting January 1, 2010, subject to finalizing funding arrangements. As an employee of the university you will receive a competitive salary as well as excellent employment conditions (including excellent sport facilities and child care). The research in this project must be concluded with writing a PhD thesis. A salary is offered starting at EUR 2,042 per month (gross) in the first year and increasing up to EUR 2,492 per month (gross) in the last year. Moreover 8% bonus share (holiday supplement) and 8.3% bonus share (end-of-the-year allowance) are provided annually. Assistance for finding accommodation can be provided.

    The PhD position will be carried out within the research group User-Centered Engineering (Industrial Design, TU/e) and the lectorate Serious Game Design (Fontys Hogeschool).

    About TU/e
    TU/e is one of Europe's leading research universities. The Eindhoven area, in the southern part of the Netherlands, is one of Europe's top ‘innovation ecosystems', with many high-tech companies and institutes, such as Philips, ASML, NXP, DAF, OCE, and TNO. TU/e is closely intertwined with many of these companies and institutes, and research at TU/e is characterized by a combination of academic excellence and industrial relevance.
    Information

    Further information about the project, including a full project description, can be obtained from:
    • Dr. Ben Schouten, Lector Serious Game Design, phone: +31 (0)87 787 7742, e-mail: ben.schouten@fontys.nl
    • Dr.ir. Tilde Bekker / Dr. Janienke Sturm, Dept. of Industrial Design, phone: +31 (0)40 247 5239 / 5298, e-mail: M.M.Bekker@tue.nl / J.Sturm@tue.nl
    General information about the organization and the hiring process can be requested from:
    • Ms. Julma Braat, HR officer, Department of Industrial Design, phone: +31 (0)40 247 5883, e-mail: j.a.c.l.braat@tue.nl
    • Mr. Robbert Pas, personnel department School of ICT, phone: +31 (0)87 787 0184, e-mail: r.pas@fontys.nl
    Application

    Please send a written application or e-mail, including a letter explaining your specific interest in the project and extensive curriculum vitae, to the following address:
    Eindhoven University of Technology
    Department of Industrial Design
    Attn. Ms. J. Braat, room HG 3.93
    P.O. Box 513
    5600 MB Eindhoven
    The Netherlands
    Or by e-mail to: j.a.c.l.braat@tue.nl

    Please include vacancy code V51.077
    You can apply for this job before 23-11-2009
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    این فقط برای مستر هست؟ برای لیسانس نمیشه مدارک فرستاد؟؟؟؟

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    زمان اپلای برای بورس 2ساله همیلتون شروع شده:
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    کسی می تونه کمک کنه؟

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    کسی می تونه کمک کنه؟
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