Tuesday, March 3, 2015

[DMANET] Fully funded PhD Position in Smart Grid Research

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Fully funded PhD Position in Smart Grid Research
Technical University Hamburg, Germany

We are looking for a PhD candidate to do research in the area of smart
grid, decentralized power networks, micro-grids, and demand-response
systems. The focus of this research is on applying information and
communication technologies in these areas. We are a highly motivated
international team of researchers situated in the south of Hamburg. We
offer ideal working conditions, a beautiful campus, and a competitive

-- excellent M.S. in computer science, computer engineering, electrical
engineering, mathematics, physics or related studies
-- strong interest in design, implementation, simulation of distributed
-- skills in creative problem solving

The position will be filled starting June, 1st, 2015. Deadline for
applications is April 3rd, 2015. More details and information about
applications (including the identifier D-15-34) are published at

For more information contact:
Prof. Volker Turau (turau at tuhh.de)

Further information about the Institute of Telematics can be found on
http://www.ti5.tu-harburg.de/. Women are especially encouraged to
apply. The position is in the first instance limited to one year with
the possibility of extending for another three years. Applications
should include a detailed CV, a motivation letter, a list of your
M.SC. courses and grades, and a copy of your master thesis.
Applications can be send by email to telematik at tuhh.de using
reference number D-15-34.

Prof.Volker Turau
Institute of Telematics
Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg

Schwarzenbergstr. 95
D-21073 Hamburg
Tel.: (+4940) 42878-3530
Fax: (+4940) 42878-2581
E-Mail: turau@tuhh.de
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