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Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD on Question Answering using Web Data (3 positions in Bonn, Germany)

24.2.15 |

The EIS research group <> at the
University of Bonn in Germany is pleased to announce

*Three full time PhD student positions in the field of question answering on
interlinked datasets*

The successful candidates will carry out research towards a PhD on one
of the following topics: (1) Effectively and efficiently supporting
dataset maintainers in semi-automatically cleaning and enriching
datasets to make them fit for question answering. (2) Discovering and
retrieving datasets of a high quality for QA with a high precision and
recall; automating dataset quality assessment. (3) Efficient and precise
translation of natural language questions into structured queries
against a federated knowledge base.

The successful candidates will work in the Marie SkÅ,odowska-Curie
International Training Network WDAqua (Answering Questions using Web
Data), undertaking advanced fundamental and applied research into
models, methods, and tools for data-driven question answering on the
Web, spanning a diverse range of areas and disciplines (data analytics,
social computing, Linked Data, and Web science). They will participate
in the networkâ?Ts training schedule and perform internships with other
project partners. There will be no teaching obligation but teaching can
be arranged, if desired.

On top of a generous basic salary we offer a mobility allowance and, if
applicable, a family allowance. Initial appointment will be for one year
with a possible extension to 3 years. The position starts as soon as
possible. Initial appointment will be for one year with a possible
extension to 3 years.

*We offer:*

  * Two or more academic supervisors from the WDAqua network (the PhD

    student working on topic (1) will obtain a dual PhD degree with
    Université Jean Monnet Saint-�tienne, France)
  * A support grant to attend conferences, summer schools, and other
    events related to your research.
  * The possibility to obtain a discounted public transport ticket


  * A Master degree in Computer Science or equivalent.
  * Not having resided/worked in Germany for more than 12 months in the
    3 years before starting the work (Marie SkÅ,odowska-Curie mobility rule)
  * Proficiency in spoken and written English. Proficiency in German is
    a plus.
  * Proficiency in Programming languages like Java/Scala or JavaScript,
    and modern software engineering methodology.
  * Familiarity with Semantic Web, Natural Language Processing, Indexing
    and Data Analytics is an asset.

*How to apply*

To apply, please send the following documents in pdf to before 28th February 2015.

  * CV
  * Master certificate or university transcripts
  * A motivation letter including a short research plan targeted to one
    of the topics listed above,
  * Two letters of recommendation
  * English writing sample (e.g. prior publication or master thesis

Please direct informal enquiries to the same address or see

The University of Bonn is an equal opportunities employer. Preference
will be given to suitably qualified women or persons with disabilities,
all other considerations being equal. 

Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD in first-principles study of topologically non-trivial spin textures


Dear all,

Best regards,
Iwan H. Sahputra

----- Forwarded Message -----
Subject: PhD in first-principles study of topologically non-trivial spin textures

Category: Job

From: Stefan Heinze

Date: 18-Feb-2015 15:04


The spintronics theory group at the Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics at the University of Kiel ( is opening a PhD position in the field of first-principles theory of magnetic skyrmions at interfaces and surfaces. Skyrmions are localized, stable magnetic structures which have been observed in chiral crystals and are promising for future spintronic applications. Recently, skyrmions have also been discovered in ultra-thin transition-metal films at surfaces which opened an entirely new class of systems.
The PhD candidate will focus on the exploration of complex magnetic structures at surfaces and interfaces starting from first principles electronic structure theory. She/he is expected to perform first-principles calculations using density functional theory as implemented in the FLEUR code ( to explore magnetic interactions at transition-metal interfaces. The total energy calculations are mapped to an effective spin Hamiltonian which is solved using Monte-Carlo and spin dynamics simulations.
The spintronics theory group is working in close collaboration with a number of experimental groups at the universities of Hamburg, Paris and Glasgow. The candidate is expected to take an active part in the collaboration with the experimental groups in order to contribute to the understanding of present and future experiments.
In order to apply for the position, the candidate should have an outstanding master degree (or equivalent) in condensed matter physics, material science or physics. A very good knowledge of solid state physics is expected and experience in the application of electronic structure theory, Monte-Carlo or spin dynamics simulations is preferential. Programming skills are expected. As the project involves international teams, a very good level of English is expected. Women are especially encouraged to apply. Severely handicapped people will be preferentially considered in case of equivalent qualifications. The position is for 3 years and the salary and benefits will be provided with respect to TVL.
Interested candidates are asked to send their resume, list of publications, letter of motivation, and contact addresses of academic references in electronic form (under the subject: PhD-2015/1) or by regular mail to
Prof. Dr. Stefan Heinze,
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Leibnizstr. 15
24098 Kiel, Germany
Consideration of candidates will start immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Info Beasiswa 2015 di 3 PhD positions in Semantic Web, Linked data, Internet Science


PhD studentship proposal

In the University de Lyon Saint-Etienne (France), the University Jean Monnet is searching for

3 full-time PhD students 
in the domain of Semantic Web, Linked data, Internet Science

These positions are offered in the frame of the EU-funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie International Training Network WDAqua (Answering Questions using Web Data).

Topics of the PhDs will cover the domains of provenance, trust, link discovery, data dynamicity and evolution, temporal information, named entity recognition, disambiguation, and reasoning.

== Essential Facts ==
The 3 PhD students will spend 3 years working in the WDAqua ITN (a total of 15 PhD students registered in the Universities of Bonn, Athens, Saint-Étienne, and Southampton). They will participate in an outstanding web science and data science training programme, and will have the chance to visit other partners. 
The gross monthly salary (including social security, before taxes) is about 3,110 ? plus a mobility allowance of 600 ?/month and, if applicable, a family allowance of 500 ?/month.

== Timeline ==
27 February 2015: application deadline
March 2015: first job offers made to successful applicants
July 2015-June 2018: duration of a PhD in WDAqua

== Eligibility and application procedure ==
Candidates must not have resided for more than 12 months in France in the 3 years before starting. They must hold an MSc degree in computer science or a related field and be able to combine both theoretical and practical aspects in their work. Fluent English communication and a passion for developing modern software solutions are fundamental requirements. Command of French or German is a plus but not required. The candidates should have experience and commitment to work in team and on the forefront of research.

You will need to submit a CV, university transcripts, a motivation letter including a short research plan targeted some topics of the above list, two letters of recommendation, and English writing samples (e.g., prior publication or master thesis excerpt).

The University of Saint Etienne is an equal opportunities employer. Preference will be given to suitably qualified women or persons with disabilities, all other considerations being equal.

== Contact ==
Pierre Maret and Antoine Zimmerman (Laboratoire Hubert Curien, Saint Etienne),

Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD position in computational models of language and vision



One PhD position/studentship to study computational models of language
and vision is available in the Language, Interaction and Computation
track of the 3-year PhD program offered by the Center for Mind/Brain
Sciences at the University of Trento (Italy) (

The PhD program (start date: November 2015) is taught in English by an
international faculty. The Language, Interaction & Computation track
is organized by the CIMeC-CLIC laboratory, an interdisciplinary group
of researchers studying language and conceptualization using both
computational and cognitive methods (

The topic of the PhD thesis will be defined with the student selected
as PhD candidate. Possible research directions include:
Compositionality in images; Methaphors in images; Searching for images
through natural language queries; Language, vision and reasoning. The
selected student will work closely with the research team of
the ERC project COMPOSES (

* Desired Profile *

Given the interdisciplinary nature of the project, we seek a brilliant
student with at least some of the following background:

- Machine learning
- Computer Vision
- Natural Language Processing
- Good programming skills
- Ability to work with big data
- Mathematical and statistical skills.

If you think that your background is relevant to the research program
outlined on the project website ( and you
have good programming and quantitative skills, please do get in touch
even if you do not fully fit the profile above.

All prospective students are expected to have an interest in working
in an interdisciplinary environment.

* The Research Environment *

The CLIC lab ( is a unit of the University of
Trento's Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CIMeC,, an English-speaking, interdisciplinary center
for research on brain and cognition whose staff includes
neuroscientists, psychologists, (computational) linguists, computer
scientists and physicists.

CLIC consists of researchers from the Departments of Computer Science
(DISI) and Psychology and Cognitive Science (DiPSCo) carrying out
research on a range of topics including concept acquisition,
corpus-based computational semantics, combining NLP and computer
vision, combining brain and corpus data to study cognition, formal
semantics and theoretical linguistics.

CLIC is part of the larger network of research labs focusing on
Natural Language Processing and related domains in the Trento region,
that is quickly becoming one of the areas with the highest
concentration of researchers in NLP and related fields anywhere in

The CLIC/CIMeC laboratories are located in beautiful Rovereto, a
lively town in the middle of the Alps, famous for its contemporary art
museum, the quality of its wine, and the range of outdoors sport and
relax opportunities it offers:

* Application Information *

The official call of the Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain
Sciences will be announced shortly, and application details will be
available on the page:

We strongly encourage a preliminary expression of interest in the
project. Please contact Raffaella Bernardi (,
attaching a CV in pdf or txt format, or a link to an online CV. For
information about the application process, please contact the school
administrator (

Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD students - 5G anticipatory networks


Call for PhD students - 5G anticipatory networks

We look for brilliant PhD students, we offer an exiting research program and a very competitive salary.

Deadline: March 15

The rapid growth in mobile broadband network data lead to the unprecedented speed of 4G LTE deployment. The evolution calls for sustainable capacity growth and performance improvement in the next generation of wireless systems, namely 5G. The success of 5G heavily relies on delivering satisfactory user experience at a low operational cost. In this context, research and development (R&D) is required not only for technological innovation at the device level, but also management system design for the flexibility necessary to predict and adapt to network usage. To this end, anticipation is a promising and new approach. By predicting and adapting to upcoming events at various time scales, an anticipatory-enabled 5G network dramatically improves the operation quality and efficiency in comparison to the existing systems. Deploying anticipatory networking with effective prediction of network behaviour offers a twin advantage: First, resources ranging from spectrum and power to netwo!
 rk interfaces buffers can be managed optimally. Second, network operators can jointly plan how to share infrastructure and resources to provide service with substantially reduced expenditure.

The ACT5G project takes an inter-sector approach for anticipatory networking for 5G. The project fuses and integrates the scientific expertise of the participating academic sites with the industrial know-how of the consortium. The R&D core of ACT5G consists of models, methods, concepts, and algorithms for network anticipation and network reaction. The R&D tasks are carried out along with researcher training.

The PhD training programme of ACT5G is designed the maximize the partners' synergy, to promote career opportunities of the ACT5G Early-Stage Researchers in the European ICT arena, and thus generate new expertise and human capital for the European Research Area.

The ACT5G Consortium is starting the recruiting process for four PhD students as “Early-Stage Researchers” (ESRs) at Linköping University (LiU - Sweden) and Politecnico di Milano (Polimi - Italy), on the research area of Anticipatory

Networking, aiming at predicting traffic and environment changes in order to optimize wireless network resources and operations.

In particular the following four topics will be assigned to the recruited researchers:
• ESR1: Network Data Analytics [Academic Site: Polimi]
• ESR2: Wireless Link Status Anticipation [Academic Site: LiU]
• ESR3: Resource & Management Optimization for Wireless Software-defined Networking [Academic Site: LiU]
• ESR4: Performance and Enablers of Infrastructure and Resource Sharing [Academic Site: Polimi]

Each post is funded for 36 Months by the EU under the rules of the MSCA ITN EID Scheme1 and provides a very competitive salary (3710 euro/month before taxes and social security fees, +600 euro/month if family obligations exist). The recruited researchers are required to
• follow a PhD program at the respective academic sites and
• spend 50% of their project involvement at Alcatel Lucent - Bell Labs, in Stuttgart, Germany.

For more information and application:
Call for applications in PDF:

Info Beasiswa 2015 di Information Session: Staffordshire University (UK)


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Phone: 021 252 3291

Acara ini gratisdan terbuka untuk umum bagi anda yang ingin mendapatkan informasi lebih jauh dan berencana melanjutkan study ke UK terutama pada Staffordshire University untuk jenjang study Bachelor Degree dan Postgraduate Level.

Staffordshire University is a university in Staffordshire, England. It has two main campuses based in the city of Stoke-on-Trent and in the county town of Stafford, with other campuses in Litchfield and Shrewsbury.Since 1914 Staffordshire University has offered vocationally focus on mining and ceramics. But times have changed and now also delivering everything from Computer Games Design to Forensic Science.

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Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD Positions in Probabilistic Numerics @ MPI for Intelligent Systems, Tübingen


The Emmy Noether Research Group on Probabilistic Numerics, hosted by the Department of Empirical Inference at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen, Germany, has several open, fully funded positions for PhD students, starting from April 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter.

We develop probabilistic interpretations of numerical tasks and associated methods, particularly in linear algebra, optimization, and the solution of differential equations. Numerical methods infer latent quantities from tractable ones, hence they can be interpreted as learning machines. Doing so opens a new perspective on classic algorithms, and leads to new algorithms that share information between related or chained computations, can be tailored to their task, and shed new light on big old questions. 

Our group has and keeps a machine learning background (we co-authored 3 NIPS papers last year). The MPI IS is a leading institution in machine learning, computer vision and robotics, offering rich social and technological infrastructure for PhD students. Tübingen is a quite international college town in the heart of Europe, the working language at the institute is English.

More details on the group and the positions can be found at, or just contact:

Philipp Hennig, PhD
PI, Emmy Noether Group on Probabilistic Numerics
Department of Empirical Inference
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Spemannstraße 38, 72076 Tübingen, Germany  |  +49 7071 601-572

Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD position on Streaming Path Queries for Linked Data


Please find below an offer for a PhD position on the subject Streaming Path Queries for Linked Data.

The Links Research Team, common to the CRIStAL research lab and Inria Nord Europe research center, Lille area, France.
The PhD candidate will defend a Doctorate degree at University of Lille.

We are looking for an excellent candidate expecting to get a Master Degree in Computer Science before September 2015.
Applications should be sent by email to
The application should include the candidate's CV, a cover letter explaining the candidate's motivation for the subject, and the names and contact information for one or two references who will be contacted directly. Please contact us on the same email address if you need additional information.

Suggested starting date for the thesis : between October and December 2015.
Deadline for application : May 15th 2015.

The candidate will be employed by Inria. Monthly salary after taxes : around 1580 euro (social security included).
The thesis director is Joachim Niehren.

The Links research team
The CRIStAL research lab
Inria Nord Europe
University of Lille Science and Technologies


Complex event processing for linked data [1,2] is fundamental to dynamic data management, where linked data is produced dynamically, exchanged over streams, stored in large scale distributed environments, queried, updated, and transformed [12]. Even though streams of complex events appear most naturally in distributed applications with sensors producing continuous data, or social networks in which all kind of structured data is exchanged, stream processing has not been introduced into NoSQL databases, whose purpose is to serve for managing  distributed linked data. In particular, we are interested in IBM's NoSQL database JAQL [3], which like all others is based on map/reduce style distributed programming with path queries for linked data [4].

In this thesis, we propose to develop stream processing algorithms that can be applied for complex event processing for linked data and integrated into NoSQL databases. The first task is to develop algorithms for answering path queries on data graphs. We hope that we can rely on existing streaming algorithms for path queries that were developed for data trees in the context of XML [8,9,10,11] also within the Links project [5,6]. The new questions are the following:
- Under which conditions can queries on data graphs be reduced to queries of spanning tree of the graph.
- How does the choice of the spanning tree influence the queries that can be expressed for the data
graph, and how does the complexity of the algorithms for query answering depend on it.
- How can one answer SPARQL queries on RDF graphs including conjunctive path queries with data
joins and aggregation?
- How can all this be done in practice by extending Links' QuiX-Toolsuite for answering path queries on XML data trees.

The second task is to lift streaming algorithms for answering path queries into map-reduce style distributed programming language based on path queries for linked data. The idea that a function can be mapped to linked data on many processors, return a linked data stream on any processor, and reduce the streams to a single result stream in real time. Rather than dealing with NoSQL databases directly, our objective is to develop a canonical purely functional programming with path queries and map-reduce distribution as a kind of core language. Motivated by our previous work on X-Fun [6,7], a uniform core language for XML processing with or without streams, we believe that a uniform distributed programming language should exist, that can serve as core language for various NoSQL databases, with or without streaming semantics.
The new questions are as follows:
- find a uniform language for distributed map-reduce style programming, that can serve as core language for NoSQL databases,
- provide a streaming evaluator for this language under the assumption that a algorithms for answering path queries on streams is provided.
- implement the streaming streaming evaluator and apply it prototypically to a fragment of a NoSQL database such as JAQL.

[1] Darko Anicic, Sebastian Rudolph, Paul Fodor, and Nenad Stojanovic. Stream reasoning and complex
event processing in ETALIS. Semantic Web, 3(4), 2012.
[2] Danh Le Phuoc, Minh Dao-Tran, Josiane Xavier Parreira, and Manfred Hauswirth. A native and adaptive
approach for unified processing of linked streams and linked data. In ISWC, 2011.
11[3] K. S. Beyer, V. Ercegovac, R. Gemulla, A. Balmin, M. Y. Eltabakh, C.-C. Kanne, F. Ã-zcan, and E. J.
Shekita. JAQL: A scripting language for large scale semistructured data analysis. Proceedings of the VLDB
Endowment (PVLDB), 4(12):1272â?"1283, 2011.
[4] V. Benzaken, G. Castagna, K. Nguyen, and J. Siméon. Static and dynamic semantics of NoSQL
languages. In R. Giacobazzi, R. Cousot, R. Giacobazzi, and R. Cousot, editors, ACM Symposium on
Principles of Programming Languages (POPL), pages 101â?"114. ACM, 2013.
[5] Tom Sebastian, Denis Debarbieux, Olivier Gauwin, Joachim Niehren, Mohamed Zergaoui
Early Nested Word Automata for XPath Query Answering on XML Streams. Theoretical Computer Science,
Elsevier, 2015, pp.42.
[6] Pavel Labath, Joachim Niehren. A Uniform Programming Language for Implementing XML Standards
41st International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science, Lecture Notes
in Computer Science, Jan 2015.
[7] Pavel Labath. Hyperstreaming for XML standards. PhD thesis. University of Bratislava, Jan 2015.
[8] A. K. Gupta and D. Suciu. Stream processing of XPath queries with pred- icates. In ACM SIGMOD
Conference, pages 419â?"430. 2003.
[9] M. Kay. A streaming XSLT processor. In Balisage: The Markup Conference 2010. Balisage Series on
Markup Technologies, volume 5, 2010.
[10] B. Mozafari, K. Zeng, and C. Zaniolo. High-performance complex event processing over XML streams. In
SIGMOD Conference, pages 253â?"264. ACM, 2012.
[11] D. Olteanu. SPEX: Streamed and progressive evaluation of XPath. IEEE Trans. on Know. Data Eng.,
19(7):934â?"949, 2007.
[12] Mohammed Elseidy, Abdallah Elguindy, Aleksandar Vitorovic, Christoph Koch: Scalable and Adaptive
Online Joins. PVLDB 7(6): 441-452 (2014)

Info beasiswa 2015 di PhD student “gene regulatory network inference”


The Chemical and Biological Systems Engineering Laboratory at the Institute of Chemical and Bioengineering is seeking a highly motivated
PhD student “gene regulatory network inference”
Be a part of an exciting and interdisciplinary research in systems biology and engineering! We are seeking a highly motivated PhD student in the area of gene regulatory network inference. The research work will be computational and theoretical in nature, but will also involve collaborations with experimental partners. In this project, we are studying the decision making process involved in stem cell differentiation through the development and application of network inference methods for single cell gene expression data.
The ideal candidate should have an excellent academic record with a Masters degree in systems biology, mathematics, statistics, bioinformatics, engineering or a related field. Knowledge of molecular biology is highly desirable. The candidate should also have a strong interest in theoretical and computational research. We have a very international working environment with highly energetic people. Proficiency in English is required. The position is available immediately, but the starting date can be negotiated.
For more detailed information please contact Prof. Rudi Gunawan by e-mail (no applications) and visit our webpage

Please submit your application online including application letter, curriculum vitae, references and English-translated transcripts with attention to: ETH Zurich, Hans-Peter Freitag, Human Resources, CH-8093 Zurich.

Info Beasiswa 2015 di PhD in Physics at Universite Paris-Saclay


Silakan disimak. Semoga bermanfaat.

Y Budi Sulistioadi

Research laboratories of the Paris-Saclay Campus propose numerous PhD subjects, with the aim of providing cutting edge training. If you wish to join us and carry out high-level research in a remarkably rich scientific environment, have a look at our PhD proposals
The Department “Physics Of light and Matter” (PhOM) of  the Université Paris-Saclay gathers about 40 research laboratories, mostly working in the fields of:
  • optics, ultra-fast and intense laser physics,
  • diluted and condensed matter physics,
  • complex matter and statistical physics,
  • nanophysics
PhOM  laboratories are located in the Paris-Saclay Campus (in  Orsay, Palaiseau and Saclay area), 20 km south from Paris, with  easy access by public transportation.
How to proceed:
It is compulsory for a PhD student to have  financial support (salary, scholarship, grant...) at the level required by the French law. There is a variety of different financial supports, among which your potential supervisor will select with you those which are most suitable for your case.
PhD positions  usually start in October for a duration of typically 3 years. The deadlines for grant applications range from April to June, and it is usually necessary that you build up your PhD project with the laboratory starting no later than March.
Please check regularly this website for updates.

Info Beasiswa Kursus Musik 2015 di Kota Semarang


Beasiswa kursus musik , bagi anda yang butuk info beasiswa kursus musik , besiswa ada di kota semarang , mungkin yang berminat pada alat musik piano , keyboar gitar . bisa menhubungi via email , ke hienfong57@gmail .com

Beasiswa ini diberikan untuk siswa yang punya interest tinggi di bidang musik , tapi belum punya cukup biaya , sehingga biayanya bisa dikurangkan

syarat syarat :

Pria atau wanita
anak anak atau dewasa
mempunyai minat yang tinggi pada musik
sd , smp , atau sma

Untuk lebih jelas bisa kunjungi :
terima kasih atas kerja samanya

atau pada ;

atau pada : [beasiswa] lewat 

18 Feb (6 hari yang lalu)

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Info Beasiswa Luar negeri 2015 : International ASEAN Students' Scholarships at Kasetsart University, Thailand

15.2.15 |

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok Campus calls for applications for International ASEAN Students' Scholarships
Deadline: 30 April 2015

Successful candidates must be a citizen of ASEAN member countries excluding Thailand, and be accepted for admission to the M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics Program for 2015 academic year.

- tuition fee waiver
- 8,000 baht/mo (US$ 245) stipend for 24 months
- up to 50,000 baht (US$1,500) research expenditure/year for 2 years
- 4,000 baht/year insurance coverage for 2 years
- must maintain 3.5/4.0 GPA every semester or the scholarship will be terminated
- must publish at least 1 paper in Thailand Citation Index or Scopus journals within 3 years after the start of the program

For application process, visit inter/www/ms_agreco.html

Application materials:
1. Applicant's academic records
2. A certificate of English proficiency test
3. Three letters of recommendation by former advisers and/or supervisors
4. Statement of purpose
5. Scholarship application form
6. Graduate school application form: application.doc

Contact: Dr. Orachos at for more details


7.2.15 |

Sesi Informasi Beasiswa Studi di Eropa
Halo Sobat Neso di Surabaya dan sekitarnya,
Datang yuk ke SESI INFORMASI BEASISWA STUDI DI EROPA, yang akan diadakan pada:

Hari/tanggal: Jumat, 13 Februari 2015
Waktu: pk. 09.00-12.00

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09:30-10:00 Erasmus+ presentation
10:00-10:30 Campus France presentation
10:30-11:00 Nuffic Neso presentation
11:00-11:30 DAAD Germany presentation
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Info Beasiswa Scholarships for Master of Integrated Water Management (Brisbane, Australia)


Applications for Australia Awards Scholarships in Asia Pacific - now open

Are you considering studying integrated water management in Australia next year? Many scholarships, including Australia Awards Scholarships, are currently available to study the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) in 2016.

Applications for the Australia Awards Scholarships (AAS) are currently open in selected countries across the Asia-Pacific region. AAS are long term development awards administered by the Australian Government. They provide full scholarships to recipients from developing countries to undertake full-time study in Australia. 

The IWC Master of Integrated Water Management is highly relevant if any of the following categories (or related categories) are listed in your country's development priorities / areas of study: Water and sanitation; Water resource management; Natural resources management; Sustainable development; Environmental management; Environmental engineering or Governance.

How to apply

Read the Scholarships handbook and your country's profile (click on the name of your country in the above table)
If your country accepts online applications, please complete your online application via the OASIS system by 30 April 2015:
Otherwise please refer to your country profile for instructions on how to apply.

IMPORTANT - Please select the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management as Option 1 (CRICOS 059263A at The University of Queensland).

More information

Visit the Australia Awards website: 

Info Beasiswa Beasiswa Short Course 2015 di Wageningen Belanda (StuNed dan NFP)


Wageningen University and Research centre has a mission: "To explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life”. Wageningen UR is a research institution that focuses on the domain ‘healthy food and living conditions.' We do not just develop top-quality expertise; we also help translate our knowledge into practice worldwide. That is why we do fundamental and applied research all over the world. And finally, we also train professionals who, in the near and distant future, will discover breakthroughs in science and technology.

At Centre for Development Innovation, part of Wageningen UR, we provide a number of inspiring courses with a high impact. As we know that many participants face financial constraints in attending courses, we draw your attention to the possibilities of fellowships. In the next two months there is an opportunity to get an fellowship for a number of courses (see below). As it takes time to complete the application file, we advise you to start as soon as possible if you want to apply for an fellowship.
Innovation and change

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The Innovation Change programme lies at the heart of the Centre for Development Innovation’s mandate. We enable people and organisations to be strategic in the face of complexity. We do this by helping to create the understanding and skills needed to work together, innovate, deal with differences, and bring about positive change.
Innovation Change is our core expertise and is embedded in all our programmes.

Courses in this theme:
Décentralisation en milieu rural et gouvernance locale
Facilitating multi-stakeholder processes and social learning
Planification, suivi evaluation participatifs
Ecosystem governance

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In this programme theme we aim for an integrated perspective on improving the management of natural resources. We make use of ecosystem management thinking as well as analysing and finding ways to improve the governance of natural resources.
We do this by:
• applying an ecosystems approach to natural resources management;
• promoting transparent and democratic multiple stakeholders decision-making;
• promoting the principles of learning and adaptive management;
• skilful facilitation of complex change processes;
• demonstrating how biodiversity conservation, sustainable development and poverty reduction can be combined.

Courses in this theme:
Climate change governance
Governance of landscapes forests and people
Ecosystem approach to fisheries
Adaptive management of natural resources
Landscape leadership
Adaptive agriculture

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CDI’s Adaptive Agriculture programme works with partners in agri-food production systems to deal with challenges this world is facing: feeding the growing world population, adapting to climate change, producing and processing food in a sustainable manner, dealing with emerging diseases, and countering the natural resource decline. Our crop and livestock systems need to change if we are to produce and distribute more and safer products with fewer resources and less waste. Tackling such multi-dimensional challenges requires cooperation between the different stakeholders in agricultural production systems. We help public, private and civil society actors to join hands to realise technical, strategic, and institutional alternatives.

Courses in this theme:
Lost harvest and wasted food
Plant genetic resources and seeds
Sustainable markets

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In many countries, the agricultural sector accounts for up to 80% of employment, and up to 90% of the rural population is entirely dependent on the sector for their livelihoods. Agriculture contributes substantially to GDP and, as a supplier of raw materials, to manufacturing value added. The Sustainable Markets programme supports market-led initiatives in agriculture so they become real drivers for pro-poor rural economic development. We deploy our knowledge and expertise about partnership mechanisms and market development, thus contributing to robust business models for change.

Courses in this theme:
Organised farmers as partners in agribusiness
Local economic development
Promoting entrepreneurship and agribusiness development
Inclusive agribusiness (new Course)
Food and nutrition security

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The Food and nutrition security programme focuses on food security and nutrition improvement in contexts ranging from the global to the local and individual level. We view food and nutrition security in a multi-dimensional and integrated way, and bring together dimensions of production and productivity increases, access to markets with ultimately consumption of nutritious foods and the utilisation of nutrients by the human body. The strength of our programme is that we combine content related expertise on food and nutrition security with process oriented activities such as policy advise, programme design, capacity development and institutional development and change. Monitoring and evaluation specifically oriented at the food and nutrition security situation of targeted population groups is an explicit element of our activities. The Food and nutrition security programme programme regards a  well-nourished and healthy population as an essential contribution to the development of a community or a nation.

Course in this theme
HIV/AIDS and food and nutrition security
Agriculture nutrition linkages

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