Non-European applicants can receive a Category A Scholarship. You are considered a Non-European applicant if you come from a country other than a Member State of the European Union, or an EEA-EFTA State (Island, Norway, Liechtenstein). You must not be a resident of any of these countries and you must not have carried out your main activity (study, work, etc.) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of these countries. Otherwise you are considered a European applicant and you can receive a Category B scholarship.
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The discussions at the next summit of the European Union heads of state or government, which is scheduled for 22 and 23 November, will be decisive in determining the EU research budget for the next seven years. Several Member States are demanding severe cuts on the total EU budget and research will have to compete with other policy priorities.
We welcome you to take part in the 6th international scientific and practical conference, “Information environment of a 21st-century university”, to be held in Kuopio (Finland) on 4-10 December 2012. Summaries of papers received prior to 31 October 2012 will be published in Conference Proceedings as well as on the conference site. Summaries received after 31 October will be available only on the conference site. Conference organizing fee – 300 euro. Conference web site: http://it2012.petrsu.ru.
We would like you to be our most valuable traveller. Help us to develop mobile applications and digital services to improve your tourist road ahead. This poll is a part of implementation of ENPI Karelia CBC KA322 project on Development of cross-border e-tourism framework for Rupublic of Karelia (Russia) and Oulu Region (Finland). Please take part in the poll http://www.patiolla.fi/en/e-tourism, it will take less than 2 minutes of your time. Thank you.
Congratulations to Kirill Aleksandrov (member of St-Petersburg FRUCT lab) - the winner of St-Petersburg city contest for the most innovative project "Smart City" (http://smartcity.spb.ru/). This is an important achievement for him personally and for FRUCT community and we wish to Kirill success in all future projects (http://www.allcio.ru/clubs/news/41234.html)!
University of Oulu PhD student needed in the field of nanoscale wireless sensor networks. Possible research topics include sensing, wireless communication (PHY), and networking aspects (MAC) aspects of nanonetworks.
Requirements: It is not too much important what you have studied before. The most important is motivation and strong research skills (both in analysis/theory and in simulation).