PhD Studentships in Italy

The Italian Institute of High Mathematics offers the opportunity to students from all over the world to enter a PhD School in Italy with a fellowship. All domains of research in Mathematics and/or its applications are eligible for funding. The project proposals are presented by applicants who meet the eligibility criteria. The candidate must choose the University and the Doctorate program where the fellowship will be spent. The applicant can freely choose one of the over 20 PhD Schools participating to the program. The fellowships have a duration of 36 months. Fellowships include social security coverage and social benefits.
The average funding will be € 3.000 per month, including a living allowance, a mobility allowance, a travel allowance, a research cost contribution, and expenses for secondment periods.

In Italy at least three Universities have people working in Applied Topology: the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UniMORE), the Politecnico di Torino (PoliTO), and the University of Bologna (UniBO).

The deadline for applications is: 31 March 2017.

The application procedure is described at
https://cofund.altamatematica.it/dp-2015/main/website

For further information please contact Prof. Claudia Landi (claudia.landi@unimore.it), Prof. Fancesco Vaccarino (francesco.vaccarino@polito.it), Prof. Massimo Ferri (massimo.ferri@unibo.it).

Machine Learning Fellowship position for PhD students at SAS

The following link is from Ilknur Kabul, who is a manager for the Machine Learning group at SAS Institute in Cary, NC. Recently they became interested in topological data analysis for exploring large data sets. They're opening a Machine Learning fellowship for next summer for graduate students to work in this area:

https://careers-sas.icims.com/jobs/3845/sas-summer-fellowships-in-machine-learning/job?mode=view

The position is funded. The program provides a salary and housing support for a twelve-week internship at SAS headquarters in Cary, North Carolina, during the summer of 2017.