Sapienza Università di Roma is accepting applications for the admission to National PhD Programme in Artificial Intelligence (Security and cybersecurity area) for the academic year 2021/2022 (37th cycle), with administrative headquarters at Sapienza Università di Roma. Selection procedures and available PhD grants are described in annex A, that is an integral part of this Call.
The National PhD Programme in Artificial Intelligence is carried out, under the coordination of the National Research Council (Consiglio Nazionale Ricerche – CNR) and the University of Pisa, through five Joint PhD Programmes. Each of the 5 PhD Programmes includes a leading university, as well as a large consortium of universities and research institutions. The 5 doctorates will focus on the foundational aspects of artificial intelligence. Specifically, five specialization areas are included in the national PhD programme in Artificial Intelligence, referring to as many doctorates with administrative headquarters at the following universities:
● Health and life sciences, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma
● Agriculture (agrifood) and environment, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
● Security and cybersecurity, Sapienza Università di Roma
● Industria 4.0, Politecnico di Torino
● Society, Università di Pisa.
For Security and cybersecurity Area, the following institutions/universities participate in the PhD:
● Fondazione Bruno Kessler
● Libera Università di Bolzano
● Università degli Studi di Brescia
● Università degli Studi di Cagliari
● Università della Calabria
● Università degli Studi di Genova
● Politecnico di Bari
Sapienza Università di Roma promotes equality of opportunities between genders and the use of masculine in this call is for simplicity and synthesis and it is to be intended as referring to both genders.
PhD students are involved in a unique, joint and shared didactic-scientific project; they can carry out their research and training activities in the different venues of the universities / institutions involved in the national PhD programme. These PhD students are ensured the actual sharing of the facilities needed for their teaching and research activities aimed at performing their PhD project.
At the end of the Programme, after passing the final exam, the diploma of "National PhD Programme in Artificial Intelligence" is jointly issued by each administrative headquarters university, with the universities of the other four administrative headquarters, along with their respective logo and that of the National Research Council (CNR). Moreover, the diploma will show the logos of the participating universities / institutions. The educational activity of the Doctoral Programmes starts on November 1st of its first year and ends on October 31st of its third year.
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