ARTES RT Graduate Student
A Real-time graduate
student is a PhD or licenciate student at a Swedish university which has
applied to and been accepted by ARTES.
The thesis subject of a Real-time graduate student is typically computer
science, computer engineering, computer systems, industrial control systems,
mechatronics, or automatic control and the thesis topic has been assessed
by ARTES to have a strong connection to the real-time area. It is also
expected that a Real-time graduate students shall be well motivated to
work in cooperation with industry during the education and have an ambition
to work in industry after the education.
An Real-time graduate
student have the possibility to be financially supported by ARTES
by for travel and other purposes. He or she also have priority admittance
to ARTES-courses and other common activities within ARTES. Thirdly, by
being a Real-time graduate student, special supervision support can be
arranged in an interdiciplinary way using the ARTES network. The ARTES
network will also give excellent opportunities for personal contacts with
representatives from industry, possibly leading to concrete cooperations
and employment after graduation. After completion of the licenciate or
PhD exam, the ARTES network will give excellent opportunities for personal
contacts and employment.
An Real-time graduate
student is expected to participate in common activities for dissemination
and exploitation of research results. He or she should contribute generally
to ARTES activities, e.g. by making reports available in www and by actively
participating in ARTES events. It is also important that presentations
of the research results give the appropriate visibility for and to the
real-time community and ARTES.
Acceptance to be an Real-time
graduate student is only possible if the candidate already has been admitted
to a local licenciate or PhD programme at a swedish university. Applications
to and possible exclusions from being a Real-time graduate student within
ARTES are handled by the ARTES programme director.
See also: What is an ARTES++ RT Graduate Student?
ARTES Network pages.
Questions are answered by ARTES staff.