AISB Convention 2015

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Yasemin Erden on BBC

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AISB YouTube Channel

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Lighthill Debates

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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Visiting PhD student position (4m) in proof complexity, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

This is a reminder of an approaching deadline (15.October) for applications for a 4-month visiting 
student position at the Charles University in Prague, in the area of interactions between 
mathematical logic and computational complexity theory (which, in particular, includes proof 

The position will be funded by the EU Marie Curie initial training network MALOA. All details 
and application instructions are at:

Brief particulars are:

  - intended for pre-PhD or early PhD students
    (read the eligibility criteria explained at the
     bottom of the web page)

  - NOT geographically restricted to EU

  - starting date: 1.February 2013 or soon after

  - deadline for applications: 15.October 2012 (firm)

  - fully funded (e.g. covers also travel expenses)

Please point this announcement to any student in your department that may be interested. 
Thank you!


                             Jan Krajicek