Thursday, 28 June 2012

The International Graduate School on Mobile Communications of the Ilmenau University of Technology offers open positions starting from July 1, 2012 or later

5 full-time research positions for doctoral students and doctoral stipends.
The research positions are evaluated annually and have a duration of three years. The salary of all full-time positions corresponds to 13 TV-L (approx. 35,000 – 40,000 EUR per year) respectively as tax-free stipends.
The focus of the Graduate School is on interdisciplinary research on self-organization in mobile communication systems with respect to services, protocols, networks, and radio aspects. Self-organization describes the capability of complex systems to adapt rapidly and dynamically to varying constraints. Based on this approach, the Graduate School aims at the development of future flexible mobile communication networks, for instance, for the recovery and maintenance of communications and application-oriented services in disaster scenarios. The interdisciplinary research areas addressed by the Graduate School cover aspects of Computer Science (self-organisation, management, planning, simulation as well as security of mobile communication networks, cognitive systems and distributed data management) as well as of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (radio technology, information theory, modulation, coding, circuit technology, antennas and propagation).
The Graduate School provides a creative and inspiring environment. It supports students to complete their Doctoral degree within a three years period. Further details can be found at
For all positions we request applications from graduates with
 an excellent Diploma or Master degree, preferably in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science,
 a high motivation to work in an international scientific team, and
 the commitment to complete the doctoral program within three years.
The Ilmenau University of Technology aims at establishing gender equality and hence encourages women to apply. Handicapped people with identical qualification, suitability, and competency will be considered with priority.
Applications in PDF format including the complete set of documents (see are invited by email to, mentioning the reference number 35/2012.
Further information can be obtained from the Administrative Manager of the International Graduate School, Dr. Mirko Kirschkowski, per email
On behalf
sgd. Dr. Harry Dreffke

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