5 PhD positions related to Information- and Communication Technology

OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (former HiOA) is Norway’s third largest university, with more than 20,000 students and over 2000 employees. We conduct research in areas that are important for welfare and value creation, for instance health, education, social sciences, technology and design. OsloMet has an academic stimulating environment with a variety of welfare schemes.

The Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (TKD) offers higher education and research and development (R&D) activities within technical subjects, arts and design. The Faculty has approximately 3.000 students and 280 staff members and is situated at Pilestredet Campus in downtown Oslo and at Kjeller Campus in Akershus.

5 PhD positions related to Information- and Communication Technology available at The Faculty of Technology, Art and Design

There are currently 5 open PhD positions at the Faculty for Technology, Art and Design (TKD). All 5 positions are full-time (100%) for a period of 3 years.

The faculty has a multidisciplinary profile and offers higher education and research and development (R&D) activities within technical subjects, art and design. The faculty will collaborate closely with the recently established research center on digital engineering: Simula@OsloMet. TKD is an important contributor to OsloMet’s strategic goal of being a leading provider of research and education for solving the big challenges for society – today and in the future. We welcome research students with devotion and ideas on how to develop and apply information and communication technology in the interface between theory and practice in our research areas.

The faculty has approximately 2800 students and 240 staff members, and is located at Pilestredet campus in downtown Oslo and at Kjeller campus in Akershus.

Employer: OsloMet, Oslo, Norway

Expiration date: Saturday, June 30, 2018

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