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Research and Teaching Position in Computer Science at U. of Crete

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: Panos Trahanias <trahania@csi.forth.gr>

CAREER AWARD IN GREECE TO
GREEK - SPEAKING
RESEARCHERS LIVING ABROAD

in the
Department of Computer Science
University of Crete
Heraklion, Crete, Greece

Programme finaced by:

General Secretariat for Research & Technology

In the context of the Career Award Programme in Greece to Greek - Speaking Researchers Living Abroad, the Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, is interested in filling one position in the area of: "Arithmetic, Algebraic and/or Geometric Methods with Applications in Machine Vision and Robotics".

The responsible committee for this programme is:

Costas Courkoubetis (courcou@csd.uch.gr)
Panos Trahanias (trahania@csd.uch.gr)
George Georgakopoylos (ggeo@csd.uch.gr)

For further information regarding the program and for participation, please contact a member of the committee.

Information regarding the program can also be found in the pages of the General secretariat for Research & Technology, particularly in the URL http://www.gsrt.gr/gget_html/careet/careet_en.html. Further information is also available in the Department's home page (http://www.csd.uch.gr).


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