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PhD Fellowships in Grenoble Informatics, Grenoble Informatics Laboratory

Network Virtualization is one of the main concepts on which the next generation network will be based. Many research groups in the US, Europe and elsewhere in the world are investing on different aspects of virtualized networks; and many network providers and vendors equipments are very interested in exploring how this concept and associated technologies would help solve their business problems and create new growth opportunities.

The Netvirt group (http://www.netvirt.ca), part of the LTIR Informatics Laboratory offers 2 PhD fellowships. The positions concern the following research areas:

• Network Virtualisation
• Switching, Scheduling, Network Programming
• Game Theory, Control Theory, Stochastic Network, Optimisation techniques, Queuing Theory
• Network Processors, FPGA

If you join the NETVIRT group, you will:

• join a 3 year PhD programme.
• study in a dynamic and highly innovative environment in the Computer Science Department.
• benefit from strong collaboration with our industrial and academic partners in CANADA and US.
• work in an international environment (the French language is a plus but not a requirement)
• obtain a fellowship starting from 18,000 $ per year (depending on the type of funding for each position)
We encourage all highly motivated and excellent candidates to apply for these positions.

For more information, please refer to: http://www.netvirt.ca
This site also provides instructions on how to apply for each position. Basically, the candidates must send a cover letter, a detailed CV, one page research statement, and the names of several references. Informal enquiries can also be addressed to Prof. Omar Cherkaoui, Head of LTIR (email: omar.cherkaoui[ at uqam.ca). The closing date for applications is Wednesday 1st June 2011.
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