[Comp-neuro] Graduate studies in comp.life.sci: comp.neuro, sys.bio, networks, appl.math, bioinf ... Jacobs University, Germany

Jens Christian Claussen j.claussen at jacobs-university.de
Wed Jun 11 14:19:06 CEST 2014

Invitation for a NEW study program in Computational Life Science in 
Bremen, Germany

Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, welcomes (late)
applications (EU citizens or holders of visa for Germany or a EU
country only) for the new graduate program (MSc and integrated PhD):

For best consideration, please do apply until June 15, latest mid-July, 
with the
usual documents, and a letter/essay of motivation, and be prepared to select
one research group for the first lab rotation, see the group pages:
with the research directions of the core faculty research areas:

Computational Neuroscience
Medical Imaging
Computational Systems Biology
Theoretical Physics
Ecological Modeling
Mathematical Modeling of Medical Processes

If you already hold a Master of Science degree in a relevant discipline, and
you apply for iPhD track only, please get also in touch with a group leader
(in parallel to your application) as all PhD positions are funded within 
the groups.

Applications for CompLife and for the current Computational Biology 
Branch of MoLife
will be handled equivalently this year, so a double application is not 
The extended launch of the CompLife program will be for Fall 2015 - stay 

We offer reduced study fees for highly skilled applicants! In addition, 
may be a small number of departmental stipends available (competitive, 
apply asap!).

Jacobs University is a great international and renowned place for study 
and research.
We warmly welcome applications from all countries (currently students 
are from 100+ countries)!

Looking forward to your application!

With best regards,

Jens Christian Claussen

PD Dr. Jens Christian Claussen       j.claussen at jacobs-university.de
Systems Biology Lab - Jacobs University Bremen +49-421-2003240
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