[artinfo] Ph.D. Scholarship: investigating art in software - software in art.

Espen Gangvik espen at gangvik.no
Wed Apr 27 10:55:58 CEST 2005

Ph.D. Scholarship: investigating art in software - software in art.

One Ph.D. scholarship is offered in the area of software engineering at
the Department of Computer and Information Science (IDI) in the Faculty of
Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, The
Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

The research context of this work is to empirically investigate software
developed for artistic purposes. More information about this context can
be found at http://www.idi.ntnu.no/~letizia

We look for a candidate who has a master degree in informatics or
similar and have strong enough marks to be accepted as a PhD. The ideal
candidate can document knowledge, experience and reflection around research
methods and their application to empirical investigations in public or
industrial settings.

Non Scandinavian speaking persons can apply provided they can document
willingness to learn Norwegian language and culture. The candidate will
be affiliated to IDI. The candidate will have to be resident in Trondheim.

Award holders at NTNU are normally appointed for 4 years with 25 % of
the time spent on specified work. This work is primarily linked to teaching
and is usually divided so that a relatively larger part is done in the first
half of the period of the appointment.

Further information about the award can be obtained from: Professor
Letizia Jaccheri, telephone: +47 91897028, E-mail: letizia at idi.ntnu.no

See also the information about doctoral studies at NTNU at

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