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Seven positions open for doctoral students in the Doctoral School of Industry Innovations

Tampere University of Technology is looking for seven innovative doctoral students to complete four-year dissertation projects in the Doctoral School of Industry Innovations. The doctoral students explore research topics provided by partner companies. The call closes on 22 October.

Our industry and business communities need doctoral graduates with the ability to apply scientific knowledge in real-life business contexts and who have excellent communication skills and extensive networks of contacts. Tampere University of Technology (TUT) responded to this challenge by establishing the Doctoral School of Industry Innovations (DSII) in 2014.

DSII explores research questions that are directly relevant for industry and business. TUT hires the doctoral student to complete a four-year, company-sponsored dissertation project under the joint supervision of a TUT professor and a company representative.

DSII is an active research community that provides support and supervision to students working towards their doctoral degree. DSII offers doctoral students monthly follow-up meetings, training opportunities and DEMOLA projects that support research work. The activities are organized in collaboration with Hermia Group.

The call is open from 28 September to 22 October.

Open positions:

Doctoral student in Civil Engineering  

Doctoral student in Signal Processing

Doctoral student in Data Analysis

Doctoral student in Machine Learning and Cognitive Computing

Doctoral student in Machine Automation and Sensor Systems

Doctoral student in Machine Automation and Machine Control

Doctoral student in Mechanical Engineering

Further information:

Doctoral School of Industry Innovations

The job advertisement of each position is available on TUTs Open positions website.

Professor Seppo Tikkanen, tel. +358 50 300 2173,

News submitted by: Anna Naukkarinen
Keywords: education and studies, science and research