PhD studentship (3.5 years fully funded) in the topic of machine learning theory at University of Warwick
I am seeking a PhD candidate in machine learning (ML) theory as well as theoretical-oriented topics. The project aims to theoretically understand why ML models perform well and/or design efficient training algorithms. The topics include but not limited to
1. Generalization guarantees of over-parameterized ML models
2. Robustness of neural networks for trustworthy ML systems
We are seeking PhD candidates in the topic of Multiagent Systems and related areas, with particular emphasis on one or more of: computational social choice, algorithmic game theory, multiagent learning, and social and economic networks. The multiagent systems researchers at University of Warwick include Markus BrillLink opens in a new window, Ramanujan SridharanLink opens in a new window, Long Tran-ThanhLink opens in a new window, Debmalya Mandal and Paolo TurriniLink opens in a new window
PhD Studentships in Computer Science
Computer Science have funded scholarships available each year. The scholarships cover full fees and stipend payable at current UK Research Council rates. If you would like to be considered please note the next deadlines below:
- Open now for MPhil/PhD course applications.
- Deadline for Scholarship Nominations by Supervisors: 15th January, 2024
- Scholarship Decisions: March 2024
Eligibility: Scholarships are open to Home, EU, and international applicants.
Candidates should have a good degree in computer science, engineering or a related discipline, with solid mathematical background and strong programming skills. The scholarship will give you the opportunity to join a leading Computer Science department, and pursue academic excellence in your chosen area of Computer Science: Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Human Centred Computing, Systems, Theory, or Applied Computing.
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