Due Date: November 30,2019
Applications are invited for the Helmut Veith Scholarship 2019 In honor of Helmut Veith’s efforts, a stipend for remarkable female students in computer system innovation was established with help of TU Wien, the Wolfgang Pauli Institute, and generous contributions of buddies and colleagues of Prof. Veith.
The Helmut Veith Scholarship is devoted to the memory of an outstanding computer system scientist who ran in the fields of thinking in computer system innovation, computer-aided verification, software application engineering, and computer system security. Helmut Veith, who sadly passed away in March 2016, was a strong fan and coach for women in computer system innovation.
Students who are given a scholarship get EUR 6000 every year (paid in setups), and tuition expenses are waived.
The Helmut Veith Scholarship is given every year to remarkable female students in the field of computer system innovation who pursue (or method to pursue) amongst the master’s programs in Computer system innovation at TU Wien taught in English;(***************)
Prospects require to be gotten approved for admission to a master’s program in Computer system innovation taught in English at TU Wien (currently Thinking & Estimation and Organisation Informatics; European Master ´ s Program Computational Thinking throughout of the recipient’s research study studies at TU Wien, Computer System System Engineering (Technische Informatik), Media and Human-Centered Computing, and Data Science).
Prospects should have bachelor’s degree in Computer system innovation or Mathematics (Bologna extremely first cycle) or similar degree.
Have considerable understanding and interest in (a minimum of amongst) Helmut Veith’s places of research study:.
Thinking in Computer System Innovation.
Authorities Techniques and Verification.
Structures of Professional System.
Computer System System Security.
Performance in English.
While applications for funding can be sent prior to or in parallel with the admissions treatment, the funding will simply be given to prospects who have really been unconditionally admitted to the master’s program. An application for funding does not alter the admissions treatment; neither does a conditional offer of funding entitle the prospect to study at TU Wien.
Students are required to send out the following files:.
Cover Letter, discussing the type of moneying the student is asking for, and all other aspects the student thinks about important for the application.
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Motivation Letter, discussing the factors the student wants to study in the program Thinking and Estimation, why funding is required, and with which groups of the teachers the student would be interested to handle throughout their master’s thesis and why.
Reports on university assessments (records).
Diplomas and/or certificates (extremely first degree, bachelor degree, or higher). If the last scholastic certificate is not yet easily offered at the time of the application due date, a preliminary certificate (revealing the type of degree and the expected graduation date) signed and marked by the degree-awarding university requires to be provided.
Contact details of 2 referees (for suggestion letters).
English language certificate (TOEFL or similar).
Copy of passport.
A certified translation needs to be used files that are not in German or English. Your application requires to be sent out digitally to [email protected] as a single PDF file.
For extra details, have a look at Helmut Veith Stipend.