[Om-announce] Call For Applications - CICM 2014 Doctoral Programme

James Davenport J.H.Davenport at bath.ac.uk
Sat Apr 12 00:48:58 CEST 2014

Applications are now open for the Conference on Intelligent Computer  
Mathematics (CICM) 2014 Doctoral Programme. Note that the next OpenMath
Workshop (details out soon)will be part of the cICM Conference package at

CICM is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to meet  
established researchers from the areas of computer algebra, automated  
deduction, and mathematical publishing. The Doctoral Programme  
provides a dedicated forum for PhD students to present and discuss  
their ideas, ongoing or planned research, and achieved results in an  
open atmosphere. It will consist of presentations by the PhD students  
to get constructive feedback, advice, and suggestions from the  
research advisory board, researchers, and other PhD students. Each PhD  
student will be assigned to an experienced researcher from the  
research advisory board who will act as a mentor and who will provide  
detailed feedback and advice on their intended and ongoing research.

Students at any stage of their PhD can apply and should submit the  
following documents to EasyChair:
    * A two-page abstract of your thesis describing your research  
questions, research plans, completed and remaining research,  
evaluation plans and publication plans;
    * A two-page CV that includes background information (name,  
university, supervisor), education (degree sought, year/status of  
degree, previous degrees), employments, relevant research experience  
(publications, presentations, attended conferences or workshops, etc.)

Interested students should submit these documents to the following  
EasyChair track:
     Deadline: 12 May 2014

Acceptance of applications will be based on relevance with respect to  
the topics of the CICM conference. There are a small number of partial  
scholarships available to participants - interested applicants should  
email D.J.Wilson at bath.ac.uk by the same deadline as above. The  
judgement of funding will be based on the scientific case as submitted  
to EasyChair, the (non)availability of other funding, and the  
estimated cost of attending the conference, which should be detailed  
in the applicant's email.


David Wilson (University of Bath)

James Davenport
Hebron & Medlock Professor of Information Technology,
University of Bath
OpenMath Content Dictionary Editor
Director of Studies EPSRC Doctoral Taught Course Centre for HPC
IMU Committee on Electronic Information and Communication
Vice-President and Academy Trustee, British Computer Society
SW Coordinator, Computing at School Network of Excellence
Federal Council, International Federation for Computational Logic

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