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  • Thursday, January 6, 2022

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  • International Office

Erasmus University Rotterdam Fully-funded PhD Positions in Netherlands


Applicants are invited by the Erasmus Research Institute of Management to apply for its PhD Position in Organizational Behavior/Human Resource Management. The position is open for the academic year 2022-2023. This vacancy can be filled by any international or domestic candidates that hold a relevant master’s degree qualification, interest, and has an excellent academic presence. The selected candidate will be provided a stipend that will gradually be equal to € 3,111. Erasmus Research Institute of Management is a part of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, which is a highly ranked international research university that is ranked 68th in Best Global Universities. ERIM is ranked at the top of management research centres in Europe.


Course Level:                      PhD


Subject:                                PhD degree in Organizational Behaviour/Human Resource Management at ERIM.

Grants:                                  The applicants that will be selected for the positions will be provided gross monthly salaries are € 2,434 in the first year, € 2,836 in the second year, € 2,968 in the third year, and € 3,111 in the fourth year.


Eligibility Criteria:                 All domestic and international students can apply for this opportunity.

  • The applicants must show explicit interest in and motivation for scientific research.
  •  Admission applications must be made by the students via the university portal. Students can apply here for the vacancy.

Supporting Documents:  CV

  • Two academic reference letters
  • Certified copy of all academic diplomas
  • Certified copy of all academic transcripts
  • Translations
  • Statement of purpose

Admission Requirements: The applicants must hold an MSc, MA, or MPhil degree in business or economics or from related fields such as psychology, sociology, engineering, or mathematics.


Deadline:      15th January 2022.


How to apply:

  • Tuesday, May 18, 2021

  • CUI

  • International Office

International postdoc researcher’s positions available at Université Côte d Azur JEDI, France

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  • Monday, January 18, 2021

  • CUI

  • International Office

Open Positions: The Network Science, Wireless and Security laboratory at Virginia Tech

The Network sciEnce, Wireless, and Security laboratory at Virginia Tech (NEWS@VT)  is a research group focused on developing fundamental mathematical tools and principles to design, develop, and build smart, secure, and self-organizing systems, with applications to networks, wireless systems, Internet of things (IoT) systems, smart power grids, and cyber-physical systems. Its research is largely interdisciplinary and draws upon tools from optimization, game theory, machine learning, statistics, control and economics to design and build networks and cyber-physical systems.
Currently focused on several research thrusts:
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) for wireless networks.
  • Distributed and federated machine learning.
  • Wireless cellular and 6G networks.
  • Virtual reality over wireless networks.
  • Large intelligent surfaces and smart environments.
  • Integration of millimeter wave and sub-6 GHz cellular networks.
  • Wireless communications and networking using unmanned aerial vehicles and drones.
  • Autonomous vehicles over wireless networks.
  • The Internet of Things.
  • Age of information.
  • Behavioral game theory.
  • Smart cities and critical infrastructure.
  • Cyber-physical systems.
  • Data analytics.
  • Cybersecurity.

Open Positions

Graduate student positions (PhD and MS):
The NEWS@VT group is always on the look for exceptional graduate PhD/MS students having expertise and interest in one or more of our areas of research that include wireless networks, cybersecurity, smart grids, Internet of things, cyber-physical systems, game theory, optimization, social networks, and machine learning. We also welcome applicants with expertise in adjunct areas and with strong mathematical background.
Interested applicants must have a solid analytical background and a drive to pursue fundamental research as evidenced by a solid academic track record and early involvement in research during their studies. Prospective candidates should email their CV to Dr. Walid Saad (saad.walid AT or walids AT, specifying their key research interests as well as their academic credentials. Interested students are encouraged to also submit a formal application to Virginia Tech's ECE department.

Undergraduate research:
We welcome undergraduates who are interested in joining our research areas. Undergraduates with varying levels of expertise are encouraged to get in touch with our group. We often have funding to support such undergraduates. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact Dr. Walid Saad for further information.

Positions for visiting scholars:
We always welcome applications from visiting scholars at all levels (students, faculty, postdocs) who are interested to spend some time in our lab and get involved in our ongoing research activities. Please contact Dr. Walid Saad if you would like to visit our lab.

Postdoc positions:
The NEWS@VT group periodically has open positions for postdoctoral researchers with excellent research records, in terms of journal and conference publications. If you are interested in our research and believe your background is aligned with our activities, you are encouraged to contact Dr. Walid Saad for more information on the current vacancies, if any.

For more information please visit:

  • Tuesday, April 26, 2016

  • CUI

  • Muhammad Waqas Altaf