Tuesday, May 10, 2011

[DMANET] PhD at School of Management - Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Subject: PhD positions at School of Management - Politecnico di Milano,

A number of attractive PhD grants within the focus areas are available
at the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano
(www.dig.polimi.it). The School main objective is research, which is
pursued through collaborations with leading Italian and international
schools and institutions. Alongside research, the School focuses on
education. The School of Management hosts the Doctorate of Research in
Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering (DRIG), a training path
for research in the fields of management, economics and
industrial engineering.

The successful candidates will obtain their degrees from Politecnico di
Milano. The PhD program requires between 3 and 5 years of study,
depending on the background of the candidate. The successful candidate
should have a Master's degree in Engineering, Applied Mathematics,
Computer Science, Econometrics, or a related field. A solid background
in Optimization, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Operations Research and
Computer Science is highly appreciated

The research topic is at the crossroads between data mining and
optimization. No specfic pre-knowledge is required, except having
received a solid mathematical education and a Master's degree; students
who are about to finish their Master's degree are also encouraged to apply.

To obtain further information before applying, please email
carlo.vercellis@polimi.it. The next application deadline is May, 25th
2011. Application procedure is exclusively online and can be found at:

DOOR Data Mining and Optimization - Operations Research Group


Politecnico di Milano
School of Management - Campus Bovisa Sud
via Lambruschini 4b, 20156 Milano
Phone: +39 02 23992784 - Fax: +39 02 23993978
Email: carlo.vercellis@polimi.it - Homepage
DOOR research group - www.door.polimi.it
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