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Earning a Ph.D. requires extended study and intense mental effort. A PhD is an academic study on which you concentrate for four to six years after obtaining your master’s degree, and that leads, if successful, to a PhD degree, the highest academic degree.

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Doctoral Programme in Telecommunications (MAP-tele)

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus 6 - 8 semesters October 2017 Portugal Guimarães

The MAP-tele Doctoral Programme in Telecommunications is a joint venture of Universidade do Minho, Universidade de Aveiro and Universidade do Porto (MAP), three Portuguese Universities with a strong tradition in the area of Telecommunications Engineering. The programme represents a fusion of the doctoral offers in Telecommunications in the three institutions and constitutes a unified effort to prepare highly qualified human resources in Telecommunications. [+]

Best Part time PhDs in Telecommunications 2017. Doctoral Programme in Telecommunications (MAP-tele) The MAP-tele Doctoral Programme in Telecommunications is a joint venture of Universidade do Minho, Universidade de Aveiro and Universidade do Porto (MAP), three Portuguese Universities with a strong tradition in the area of Telecommunications Engineering. The programme represents a fusion of the doctoral offers in Telecommunications in the three institutions and constitutes a unified effort to prepare highly qualified human resources in Telecommunications. The programme is supported by an academic staff of more than 150 PhDs whose research and development activities covers a wide range of topics, ranging from theoretical and fundamental aspects to the experimental and applied areas of Telecommunications, and comprehends wide-ranging collaborative work with leading industries in this country and abroad. The MAP-tele Doctoral Programme in Telecommunications targets both national and international audiences and is designed for excellence and competitiveness at the international level. All courses and seminars will be given in English. It aims to prepare selected students for leadership in research and development careers in industry, academia and independent entrepreneurial initiatives. The programme comprises two semesters of curricular component and four to six semesters of research component leading to the PhD thesis. The research will be carried out in one of the research centers affiliated with the three Universities (IT, IEETA, FSCOD, INESC Porto, LIACC, Centro Algoritmi, CCTC) or in leading companies associated with the program. Further information is available at: http://www.tele.map.edu.pt [-]

PhD in Communication Engineering

National Central University
Campus Part time September 2017 Taiwan Taoyuan

Department of Communication Engineering was founded in 2003, and its graduate programs (Ph.D. and Master programs) were founded in 2000. The department currently consists of 15 faculty members. [+]

Department of Communication Engineering was founded in 2003, and its graduate programs (Ph.D. and Master programs) were founded in 2000. The department currently consists of 15 faculty members. The department has three research groups: Communication Systems Signal Processing Communication Networks To investigate communication theory and promote technology, faculty members and graduate students always diligently pursue a lot of advanced research projects all over the world. Elective Main Courses Communication System: Digital Communications, Coding Theory Signal Processing: Digital Signal Processing, Adaptive Signal Processing for Communications Communication Networks: Computer Communication Networks, Wireless Protocol Technology Requirements for Graduation Required credits : 18 credits (including 4 credits from seminar classes) Duration of Study : 2~7 years Other requirements : To pass Ph.D. candidate qualification examination within the first fifth semesters. To publish, at least, two international journal papers which are relevant to the research areas. The journals must be SCI-indexed journals. For the published papers, the Ph.D. student must be the first author, except for his/her thesis advisor. The student and his/her thesis advisor must be affiliated with NCU. To pass a thesis oral defense. Elective Courses. Research Facilities & Lab Communication System Lab. Broadband Mobile Communication Lab. Signal Processing Lab. Video/Audio Processing Lab. Visual Communications Lab. Admission Documents Autobiography Research Proposal Two Letters of Recommendation TOEFL or Other Evidence of English Proficiency Evidence of Chinese Proficiency Related Academic Publications [-]

PhD in Media and Communication Studies

ISG Business & Economics School
Campus 3 years October 2017 Portugal Lisbon

The main objective of this PhD programme is to train researchers and lecturers in the media and communication study field. Thus, the present proposal intends to meet the need for an innovative and creative training in the country and in the Lusophone space in its expertise area, the Communication Sciences... [+]

Best Part time PhDs in Telecommunications 2017. The main objective of this PhD programme is to train researchers and lecturers in the media and communication study field. Thus, the present proposal intends to meet the need for an innovative and creative training in the country and in the Lusophone space in its expertise area, the Communication Sciences. The central object of this doctoral programme's proposal is the in-depth research about the integration between communication, society and technology and the way it subsequently retroacts on the main communication models and respective areas of social, cultural and economic intervention. An additional objective of this study cycle is to reinforce the research and training ability of Lusophone University's CAITS - Communication, Arts and Information Technologies School of which the Communication Sciences constitute the core field. Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired The PhD programme in Communication Sciences` diploma intents to facilitate the following competences: - To acquire the ability to develop a scientific research project; - To acquire competences of analysis and integration of results and data regarding the state of the art of the scientific area and inside an original and innovative project; - To acquire competences to develop a research programme of theoretical and/or applied nature that comprises the knowledge facilitated and acquired throughout the programme¿s curricular component. - To be able to critically communicate with one¿s academic peers. - To acquire competences to facilitate advanced and innovative knowledge, including research projects advisory; - To acquire knowledge and competences to critically understand and assess the functions and consequences of the communicational processes and the media use and consumption processes in the contemporary social context. Research The Research Unit that part of this proposal's academic staff is (RCACCNT) Research Centre in Applied Communication, Culture and New Technologies(Foundation for Science and Technology Unit-722) that obtained Fair in the last FST assessment regarding the 2004-2006 period. This classification was the object of a protest. FCT has informed us on the decision to revaluate the Centre in a new assessment cycle, supposedly in 2011. We must mention that CICANT (RCACCNT) is at the moment the R&D unit in the field of the communication sciences that has the highest number of ongoing research projects approved by FST and the only one in this area that has projects financed within the scope of the IST (FP5 an 7) and MEDIA European programmes. Furthermore, part of the academic staff members allocated to this proposal integrates CECL (RCCL Research Centre in Communication and Languages) that obtained GOOD in the FST assessment and CIMJ (VERY GOOD). Entrance Conditions| The following may apply for the Doctoral Programme: - People who hold a master's degree or legal equivalent degree; b) People who hold a B.A., people who have an especially relevant school or scientific curriculum that is acknowledged as certifying capacity to obtain this study cycle by the Doctoral Programme's Scientific Committee; - People who have a school, scientific and professional curriculum that is acknowledged as certifying capacity to obtain this study cycle by the Doctoral Programme¿s Scientific Committee. [-]

PhD in Informatics - New Media and Pervasive Systems

ISG Business & Economics School
Campus 3 - 4 years October 2017 Portugal Lisbon

NEMPS is a doctoral programme offered by Universidade Lusófona. The programme's NEMPS has a total minimum duration of 3 consecutive years, full time, and a maximum duration of four years. It comprises eleven (11) curricular units, five (5) of which are mandatory. The programme comprises two main parts... [+]

NEMPS is a doctoral programme offered by Universidade Lusófona. The programme's NEMPS has a total minimum duration of 3 consecutive years, full time, and a maximum duration of four years. It comprises eleven (11) curricular units, five (5) of which are mandatory. The programme comprises two main parts: - Curricular Component. A total of 60 ECTS are split across two semesters (each holding 30 ECTS). The first semester includes two (2) mandatory curricular units (Research and Innovation Methodologies; Digital Media) and four (4) optional curricular units - two to be selected by the candidate. The second semester includes two (2) mandatory curricular units (Thesis Planning; Pervasive Communication Systems) and two (2) optative curricular, of which candidates must select one. - Research Component. Comprising a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 3, this is the part dedicated to the thesis work, which will end with the presentation of the doctoral thesis. Objectives To complement the education of MSc and undergrad students in science and engineering courses, providing advanced training in emergent areas of pervasive communication systems and digital media. To assist in the development of competences in terms of research methodology and experimentation, allowing the autonomous development of research and the development of activities covering several aspects of the R&D process, namely, selection and application of writing techniques for the dissemination of R&D results. To provide candidates with a solid grasp of the most recent evolution concerning informatics sciences, in particular concerning pervasive systems and new media. The programme integrates a teaching staff from ECATI, most of which also integrate the ECATI R&D Unit COPELABS (Informatics Systems and Technologies) as associate members, and which have strong expertise in fields such as complex systems, computational sciences, digital media, and Internet technologies and systems. Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired Over 36 months, applicants shall acquire skills in three areas of intervention, established in accordance to the "European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Good Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers." Out of the three areas of intervention, two are mandatory (knowledge area and research area), while the third is an optional training area.Such areas are: - Knowledge area: it has the goal to support knowledge acquisition in specific scientific and technological fields, being offered via the curricular units, and seminars. Topics covered are grouped in accordance to the two main programme's themes (New Media and Pervasive Systems). - Research area: it has the goal to assist student in the development of accomplishment of a plan of research studies appropriate to reach with excellence the doctor degree. Such study plan will be developed within an international research context, based on the R&D Unit COPELABS (Cognitive and People-Centric Computing). - Training area: it aims at providing students with the possibility to overcome specific challenges in implementing their research plans. This training nature is optional and its validity is analyzed by the student's advisor. In case of approval, it shall be included in the student's research plan and it can be implemented, for example, in collaboration with an industrial partner under a national or an international research project. Equipments and venues NEMPS is held at the campus of Universidade Lusófona. The facilities that the programme has are: - 2 auditoriums and a lecture hall. Average-sized classrooms (up to 40 persons). - Space dedicated to individual work located in the R&D Unit COPELABS. The unit has an open-space area for PhD students with a module composed of chair, desk, drawers and access to the Internet via wireless and cabling. - Equipment dedicated to R&D activities, including testing facilities. - Social area shared within the R&D unit. -Space in the general Library with over 4,000 monographs, specialized journals and online access to scientific journals, namely sage, Intelect and IEEE related to this training area. Students from NEMPS enjoy online access to relevant scientific repositories (ISI Web of Science; IEEExplore; ACM Digital Library) and also the packages of scientific journals provided by the library Vitor de Sá. In addition to the labs and study rooms mentioned, students will have access to software and also access to simulators (Matlab, Omnet++, ns2, ONE). ULHT also includes regular facilities as university residence, free wireless coverage in the campus,online secretarial services. Further Studies Due to the innovative nature of the proposed doctoral course and due to its similarities with European programmes of reference in the area of media digital and pervasive systems, there are several attractive factors that are expected to give rise to opportunities during the PhD programme implementation, namely: growing demand for the proposed doctoral programme; take advantage of the technologies analysed/envisioned by students; develop new R&D opportunities tailored for market niches; increase the number of institutional cooperations; expand the international network of cooperations through partnerships with other teaching institutes (national or international) that are well-aligned with NOMEPS's goals, interests, as well as methodology. [-]

PhD in Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Technology and Management in Transportation and Telecommunications | Transportation Systems and Technology | Air Traffic Control and Management [+]

Best Part time PhDs in Telecommunications 2017. Fields of Study Technology and Management in Transportation and Telecommunications Transportation Systems and Technology Air Traffic Control and Management [-]

Doctoral Studies in Computer Science and Telecommunications

University For Information Science And Technology
Campus 3 years September 2017 Macedonia Ohrid

Changes in the field of computer science and telecommunications have never been more dynamic. New information technologies are continually developed, and their transfer touches everywhere and takes place over a remarkable speed. [+]

Doctoral Studies in Computer Science and Telecommunications Introduction Changes in the field of computer science and telecommunications have never been more dynamic. New information technologies are continually developed, and their transfer touches everywhere and takes place over a remarkable speed. Modern research and studies in engineering worldwide, have as a major challenge the development of new technologies and methodologies that will provide modern solutions in the areas of information and communication technologies. The study program for doctoral studies in information technology actively monitors global and European trends and the needs of the society. This program is based on modern scientific knowledge in the field which allows students to acquire advanced research, theoretical and practical knowledge and develop the research skills, engineering knowledge and management skills. Program Outcomes The study program strives to put into focus the future challenges of information science and computer engineering which can be overcomed through continuous upgrade which in turn is possible only on the basis of modern scientific knowledge. The doctoral studies of this study program in information science and telecommunications is organized as: Three-year study program for full-time studies. Doctoral degree in Information Science and Telecommunication consists of: The qualitative features of the profile of the study program for doctoral studies at the University are expressed through modules. The courses of the doctoral studies, which will be realized with this study program fall under the following modules: Training in scientific research through courses for acquiring generic knowledge and research skills, advanced levels of education through courses in the specific field of research, doctoral seminars, workshops and research practices, research, preparation and defense of doctoral dissertation. PLEASE REQUEST MORE INFORMATION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS TO FOREIGN STUDENTS. [-]