as part of the Strathclyde Center for Doctoral Training on Explainable AI for Industrial Decision Support, we are looking for 2 PhD candidates on the subject "Robust and Explainable Satellite Mission Planning and Scheduling" with a background/interest in combinatorial optimisation, planning, natural language processing and computational argumentation.
The two PhD positions are in collaboration with the European Space Agency, so successful candidates will have the opportunity to spend a period of 6 months/1 year as research visitor at ESA research and technology centre.
PhD students are due to start in October 2020, however flexible starting date can be arranged. The scholarship is for 3.5 years and it is fully funded only for UK/EU students. International students willing to apply will need to provide matching tuition fee funds.
The full advert of the vacancy can be found at this link Job Link