Funded Project Opportunities
Masters Scholarship: "Optimization of single-hop wireless data broadcast for large receiver populations"
Applications are invited for a Masters scholarship in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand) and in close collaboration with a Christchurch-based company. The successful applicant will spend half of their time with the department's network research group (NRG) and the other half with the participating company.
The potential scholarship lasts for one year and covers a stipend of 12,000NZD plus the tuition fees for one year of Masters studies at UoC.
Applicants are expected to hold a bachelor degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering. A solid background in wireless networking and good programming skills in C++ are required. Experience with discrete-event simulation (e.g. using OMNet++, QualNet, ns-2, ...) would be helpful.
Please submit your application by email to: email@example.com no later than October 1, 2010. The application should include your academic transcript and a short CV. When not evident from your transcript or your CV, please include further information that allows us to assess your experience in (wireless) networking and simulation.
If you have any further questions, please contact:
Dr. Andreas Willig
Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
University of Canterbury
fon: +64 - 3 - 364 2987 ext 7869
Masters Degree Funding
Funding is available for a Masters (part 2) thesis in the area of IPv6 multicasting, mobility and security with a focus on protocols for the support of video applications.
Sponsored by Allied Telesis Labs and funded by TechNZ Capability Funding. $20,000 stipend (non-taxable).
A post graduate student producing a paper acceptable at a recognised international conference is eligible to apply for funding to attend such a conference.
Equipment (hardware and software) required to build the development and test environment will be provided by Allied Telesis Labs and the University of Canterbury. Normally additional funding is also available for the purchase of specialised equipment.