Ph.D program at UMC


Subject: Ph.D program at UMC
From: Ron Sun (rsun@cecs.missouri.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 18 2000 - 12:23:21 MET DST


The Ph.D program in CECS at University of Missouri-Columbia is
accepting applications. Graduate assistantships and other forms of
financial support for graduate students are available. Prospective
graduate students interested in Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science,
Connectionist Models (Neural Networks), Multi-Agent Systems,
and other related areas are especially encouraged to apply.
Students with earned Master's degrees are preferred.

The department identifies graduate education and research as its primary
missions. The department is conducting quality research in a number of areas:
artificial intelligence, cognitive sceince, machine learning, multi-agent
systems, neural networks and connectionist models, computer graphics and
scientific visualization, computer vision, digital libraries, fuzzy logic,
multimedia systems, parallel and distributed computing, and Web computing.

To download application forms, use
  http://www.missouri.edu/~gradschl
  or
  http://web.missouri.edu/~regwww/admission/intl_admission/Application_Form/Application_index.html (for international students)

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The CECS Department awards degrees at the Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D's
levels. The program is accredited by ABET.

The CECS Department has a variety of computing equipment and laboratories
available for instruction and research. These facilities are currently being
enhanced, in conjunction with computing laboratories maintained
by the college and by the campus. The computing facilities offer students
a wealth of opportunity to access and utilize a wide range of equipment
best suited for their research needs. All of the
equipment is connected to departmental, college, campus, and global
networks which provides ready access to the exploding world of information
and computational resources.

A wealth of library resources are available through the extensive collections
of books and journals housed in the Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
libraries as well as collections in the Main Library and Health Sciences
Libraries at MU.

The University of Missouri is a Research I university enrolling some 22,000
students. The University offers programs in many areas, ranging from
sciences and engineering to psychology, neuroscience, education, biology,
medicine, law, agriculture, and journalism.
        
For more information, send e-mail to: gradsec@cecs.missouri.edu

See the Web pages below:
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Prof. Ron Sun http://www.cecs.missouri.edu/~rsun
CECS Department
University of Missouri-Columbia fax: (573) 882 8318
201 Engineering Building West
Columbia, MO 65211-2060 email: rsun@cecs.missouri.edu

http://www.cecs.missouri.edu/~rsun
http://www.cecs.missouri.edu/~rsun/journal.html
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