NEuroNet Industrial Studentship

Michiaki Taniguchi tanig at
Fri Jul 26 07:17:54 EST 1996

		NEuroNet Industrial Studentship                        
	at the Neural Network Group, Siemens Corporate Research      

Two studentships in the amount of 800 ECU/month for six months are
available from the NEuroNet program for EU students.  A major objective
of NEuroNet Industrial Studentship is to provide an opportunity for
students to gain experience in the industrial environment.

Siemens will provide supervision of two students for SIX months in the
laboratory located in Munich/Germany. The students will be assigned to
project-relevant tasks in the area of telecommunications.  During this
time the students will have an opportunity to become acquainted with
real-world applications of Neural Networks in the industrial

Siemens is one of the largest companies in the  electrical and
electronics industry world-wide, with at present about 2000 staff
members in its Corporate Research and Development Division. In the
Neural Network Project, which was started in 1988, more than 20
scientists and about an equal number of graduate and Ph.D. students are
working on the theory and on applications of Neural Networks, among
others, in:

- time-series forecasting
- non-linear statistics and dynamics
- non-linear modeling and control
- development of simulation environment for Neural Networks
- telecommunications

One of the main areas of activity of Siemens is telecommunication - an
area where we see promising new applications of Neural Networks. By
now, Neural Networks are established as a new technology for modeling
and control of complex technical systems. We see a large potential to
improve the current technology of telecommunication by neural based


- programming experience (C, C++, Matlab,...)
- basic knowledge in Neural Networks
- capability of independent work
- background in telecommunication would be desirable

Applicants should send as soon as possible a cv (curriculum vitae)
which  states nationality, place of study, their research interests
and, if available,  a  list of publications. They have to be registered
for a university degree (undergraduate or graduate students).  During
the six months, the financial support by NEuroNet will be 800 ECU per


The studentship should start autumn/winter this year and will last for
6 month.

Applications should be send as soon as possible to:

	Michiaki Taniguchi
	Address:	ZFE T SN 4, Siemens AG	
	        	Otto-Hahn-Ring 6	
			D-81739 M|nchen, Germany	
	Phone:   	+49/89/636-49506
	Fax:    	+49/89/636-49767
	e-mail: 	Michiaki.Taniguchi at


              _/        Michiaki Taniguchi   Phone: +49/89/636-49506
    _/ _/ _/            ZFE T SN 4           Fax:   +49/89/636-49767
  _/_/ _/ _/ _/ _/_/_/  Siemens AG           
   _/ _/ _/ _/ _/       Otto-Hahn-Ring 6                       
  _/ _/ _/ _/ _/_/_/    81730 Muenchen

                        e-mail: Michiaki.Taniguchi at

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