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发表于 2009-7-31 10:02 |显示全部楼层 | 阅读模式
There is one graduate research assistant (GRA) position in my research group. The candidate will pursue a master (or a Ph.D.) degree in computer science at the University of North Dakota (UND), USA. The GRA position includes a compensation package which covers tuitions and stipends. The ideal candidates must have bachelor or master degree in computer science or closely related fields. The candidates must have valid TOEFL and GRE scores in order to meet the University admissions requirements.

If you are interested, send a copy of resume, academic transcripts (both undergraduate and graduate) and a sample research paper (if any) to Dr. Yanjun at yuyufran@yahoo.com. Application for graduate admissions should be submitted through the Graduate School of the U. of North Dakota (http://www.und.edu/dept/grad).

About the professor:

Dr. Yanjun is a professor at the University of North Dakota, USA. His master and Ph.D. degrees are both in computer science. His research interests include computer and information security, database systems, networking, and math logic. He has published intensively in international conferences and journals. More information about him is available upon request.

About the University of North Dakota (http://www.und.edu/aboutund)

The University of North Dakota is the state’s most comprehensive intensive research university and the primary center for professional education and training. UND has brought in more than $353 million for sponsored programs from internal and external sources over the last five years. UND’s economic impact on the state and region is nearly $1 billion a year. Founded by the Dakota Territorial Assembly in 1883, six years before statehood, UND was intended to be, and has remained, a university with a strong liberal arts foundation surrounded by a variety of professional and specialized programs. UND is one of only 47 public universities in the nation with both accredited graduate schools of law and medicine. It is admired for its spacious, beautiful campus and extensive resources. The University has earned an international reputation for its academic and research programs. UND enrolls 12,748 students (fall 2008) in 202 fields of study from baccalaureate through doctoral and professional degrees. 52% come from North Dakota; the rest represent all other states, seven Canadian provinces, and more than 50 nations. For information about the admissions to graduate programs in computer science, check www.cs.und.edu or http://cs.und.edu/Graduate/Default.aspx.

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