2 Full Scholarships for Doctoral Researchers in Germany, 2018

The DAAD and the Research Training Group ‘Integrity and Collaboration in Dynamic Sensor Networks” (www.icsens.uni-hannover.de) jointly award 2 full scholarships for doctoral studies financed by the DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP). The scholarships will be awarded in 2019.



Scholarships Number and Award:

Successful applicants will be offered a full doctoral scholarship, financed by the GSSP programme of the DAAD. The monthly grant will be 1.200 EUR plus travel support, insurances, study and research allowances and if necessary rent or family allowances.


Education Level & Subject:

Scholarships are available to pursue a Doctoral research programme. Scholarships are awarded in Navigation, Robotics, Computer Vision, Geoinformatics, Filtering techniques.



-The scholarships are available for international students.

-Leibniz University is looking for highly motivated international candidates with an outstanding M.Sc. degree in geodesy and geoinformatics, information technology, computer science, applied mathematics, robotics, or a related discipline. Furthermore, the ability for interdisciplinary and independent work as well as a very good command of the English language and a passion for learning German are required.

-Applicants must have very good command of the English language and a passion for learning German are required.


Required Documents:


-full academic record (certificates, transcript of the record of B.Sc. and M.Sc. or equivalent in English or German language),

-two letters of recommendation from your home institutes (official template of DAAD),

-a research statement (one page) indicating your specific interest in the RTG, highlighting your personal interest and strengths for a specific Ph.D. topic, as well as initial research ideas concerning this topic (please refer to the project number in your statement).


How to Apply:

Applicants can apply through Online Application



October 5, 2018


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