Research Fellowships at Concurrent Engineering Research Center

Research Fellowships at Concurrent Engineering Research Center

Post by Jugg » Sat, 11 Sep 1993 02:13:25

Graduate Research Fellowship at the Concurrent Engineering Research Center, WVU

The Concurrent Engineering Research Center (CERC) at West *ia
University (WVU) is soliciting applications from qualified graduate
students interested in pursuing their Ph.D. in Computer Science for
research fellowships in computer support for collaborative
enterprises.  Computer support for collaborative enterprises addresses
fundamental and application oriented issues in groupware, multimedia
software systems, network-based conferencing, high performance
multimedia, multithreading, enterprise modeling, enterprise
integration, heterogenous databases, mediators, information filtering,
decision-support systems, and team-coordination. These generic
technologies are being applied to a number of applications such as
healthcare, collaborative environments for Software development, and
building "Global Knowledge Networks" that support "eco factories."
Prospective applicants must have completed a Masters in Computer
Science. Strong background in computer science, excellent academic
credentials and research experience are required.  Students with
experience in areas related to the ones mentioned above are preferred.

Fellowships include salary (1000/per month), tuition waiver, and use
of state-of-the-art computing facilities. The students must meet all
the admission criteria stipulated by the Statistics and Computer
Science Department at WVU to be eligible for these fellowships from

CERC was established in 1988 as part of the DARPA Initiative in
Concurrent Engineering (DICE). The primary mission of CERC is the
advancement of enabling technologies for the Collaborative Enterprise
- an organization that emphasizes collaboration among its many
components as the key to its success. The Center operates as an
independent inter-disciplinary research laboratory within West
*ia University.

Applications are solicited starting now for fellowships that can begin
January 1994.

How to apply

Applications for assitantships from CERC and questions should be
submitted to:

        Professor R. Reddy
        Attention: iBonnie Kasten
        Concurrent Engineering Research Center
        P.O. Box 6506
        886 Chestnut Ridge Road
        West *ia University
        Morgantown, WV 26506

Applications for admission to Computer Science Department should be
submitted to:

        Professor John Atkins;
        Department of Statistics and Computer Science
        Knapp Hall
        West *ia University
        Morgantown, WV 26506


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