[CvGmt News] CTS: PhD fellowship opportunities (fwd)

Luigi Ambrosio luigi at ambrosio.sns.it
Tue Apr 30 10:44:07 CEST 2002

Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 10:17:45 +0200
From: Francoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue <Lamnabhi at lss.supelec.fr>
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     Dumitru Motreanu <motreanu at univ-perp.fr>,
     Ivar Ekeland <ekeland at dauphine.fr>
Subject: CTS: PhD fellowship opportunities

Dear Colleagues,

As the directors of the CTS (Control Training Site) European
programme, we are trying to advertise it as widely as possible. We
would appreciate very much if you could circulate the following
information to your mailing lists or let it know around you either in
your Institute or when you attend control conferences.

The Control Training Site is applicable to any doctoral student who
is a national of a Member State of the Community or an Associated
State, or who has resided in the Community for at least the last five
years (Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Cyprus - Czech Republic -
Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Hungary -
Iceland - Ireland - Israel - Italy - Latvia - Liechtenstein -
Lithuania - Iceland - Luxembourg - Malta - Netherlands - Norway -
Poland - Portugal - Romania - Slovak Republic - Slovenia - Spain -
Sweden - Switzerland - United Kingdom).

CTS is offering three to twelve months for studying in one of the
twenty-nine Host Institutes from eight different countries listed on
the CTS Web page. The main objectives of CTS are to promote the
exchanges of European doctoral students and to offer a complete
training course and research training in the large multi-disciplinary
area of control including various areas of control theory,
optimization and control engineering. Courses will take place mainly
in five different sites: Delft (Netherlands), Trieste (Italy),
Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), Stuttgart (Germany) and Paris (France).
Several control schools will also be organized.

All the details may be found on the Website of the Control Training
Site at http://www.supelec.fr/lss/CTS together with a poster and an
application form.

Best wishes,

Andrei Agrachev and Françoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue


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