Ph. D. Student Scholarship

From: cheng@ics.saitama-u.ac.jp
Date: Fri Nov 16 2001 - 22:56:26 MET

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    SAITAMA UNIVERSITY
    Graduate School of Science and Engineering
    INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE PROGRAM FOR OVERSEAS STUDENTS in 2002
    on Information and Computer Sciences

    The Department of Information and Computer Sciences at
    Saitama University, Saitama city, Japan, offers two highly
    qualified overseas students opportunities
    to pursue their Ph.D. degrees under financial supports by
    the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology,
    Japan (MonbuKagaku-sho).
    The program normally starts in October and
    requires a minimum residency of three years for Ph.D. candidates.
    Class instruction, research supervision and guidance are conducted
    in English; while doctoral dissertations, reports, examinations and
    presentations by the students may also be given in English.

    1. Qualifications:

    An applicant must have the following qualifications:

    1) An applicant must have a Master's Degree in Information
       and Computer Science or related area.
    2) An applicant must be in good mental and physical health.
    3) An applicant must not be over 35 years of age as of April 1, 2002.
    4) An applicant must be able to come to Saitama University
       by October 7, 2002, if admitted.

    2. Schedule of Application and Admission:

    The schedule for the application and admission process is as
    shown below:

    December 25, 2001 * Deadline for application
       March 31, 2002 Notification of results to applicants
      October 7, 2002 Graduate program commences

    * Application should be postmarked no later than the mentioned date

    3. Required Documents:

    (a) Completed application form (Form A)
    (b) Certified copy of grades and academic records for undergraduate and
        graduate studies completed
    (c) Two letters of recommendation (Form B)
    (d) Essays (research plans) on selected topics (Form C)
    (e) Resume (Form D)
    (f) Pledge with applicant's and recommenders' signatures (Form E)

     You can download the above documents from the web page of
     out department at the following URL address:
     http://www.ics.saitama-u.ac.jp/english/index.html

    4. Financial Supports:

    The program is highly selective and admits only 2 students each year.
    The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan
    covers all tuition and academic fees, a monthly allowance of about
    185,000 Japanese Yen, and a round-trip ticket to the
    awardee's home town.

    5. Department Members and Research Fields:

    (a) Professors

     CHENG, Jingde, Ph. D.
     Relevant and Ampliative Reasoning, Relevant Logic,
     Epistemic Programming for Scientific Discovery,
     Design, Development, Maintenance, and Evolution Methodologies
     for Large-Scale and Highly Reliable Systems,
     Information Security Engineering.
     
     KATSUBE, Teruaki, Ph. D.
     Information Devices, Electronic Devices, Sensing Systems,
     Biological Information, Soft Computing, Microelectronics.
     
     KUNO, Yoshinori, Ph. D.
     Human-Machine System, Human Interface, Computer Vision,
     Intelligent Robot.
     
     MAEKAWA, Hitoshi, Ph. D.
     Intelligent Robotics (Motion Planning, Enviromental Information
     Acquisition), Computer Vision, Sensor Fusion.
     
     MISHIMA, Taketoshi, Ph. D.
     Logical Mathtamtics with Applications, Multi-valued Logic Systems.

     OHSAWA, Yutaka, Ph. D.
     Geographic Information System, Image Processing, Data Engineering,
     Multimedia Database.
     
     YOSHIZAWA, Shuji, Ph. D.
     Nonlinear Mechanics and Dynamics, Bio-cybernetics, Neural Networks,
     Measurement of Biological Electromagnetic Phenomena, Human Engineering.

    (b) Associate Professors

     IKEGUCHI, Tohru, Ph. D.
     Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Chaos, Chaos Engineering, Biological
     Cybernetics, Time Series Analysis, Neural Networks, Combinatorial
     Optimization.

     KONDO, Kunio, Ph. D.
     Computer Graphics, Geometric Modeling, Man-Machine Interface,
     Kansei Information Processing.
     
     MIZOGUCHI, Hiroshi, Ph. D.
     Intelligent Machines, Real-time System, Human Machine Interaction,
     Real World Computing.

     SHIGEHARA, Takaomi, Ph. D.
     Numerical Analysis, High Performance Computing, Quantum Chaos.

     SHIMAMURA, Tetsuya, Ph. D.
     Digital Signal Processing, Speech Information Processing, Communication
     Systems, Intelligent Signal Processing, Circuits and Systems.

     TANAKA, Masaru, Ph. D.
     Mathematical Informatics, Pattern Recognition, Biomimetic Information
     Processing.

     YASHIMA, Hiroyuki, Ph. D.
     Digital Communication Systems, Optical Communication, Satellite
     Communication, Digital Modulation, Information Theory.
     

    For more information, please access to the web page of our department
    at the following URL address:
    http://www.ics.saitama-u.ac.jp/english/index.html

    6. Correspondence

    All correspondence should be address to:
    Dr. Tohru Ikeguchi
    Associate Professor
    Department of Information and Computer Sciences
    Saitama University
    255 Shimo-Ohkubo, Saitama-city, 338-8570 Japan
    Email: tohru@nls.ics.saitama-u.ac.jp
    Phone +81--48--858--3577, Fax: +81--48--858--3716

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