The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers long term grants for PhD Candidates for all subjects The following two long-term DAAD-scholarship programmes are available: (a)Research Grants - Doctoral Programmes in Germany Scholarships for three years research of a PhD-candidate in Germany under the supervision of a German professor. The doctoral title in this case would be awarded by the German university according to its rules and regulations. For more information and application requirements please go to [www.funding-guide.de]www.funding-guide.deand key in the programme name. (b)Research Grants - Bi-nationally Supervised DoctoralDegrees Scholarships for a research stay between one and two years at a German university for PhD-research. In this case, the doctoral title is awarded by the Malaysian university according to its rules and regulations.
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Members Area Your Internet Address for Life Need Ideas? Search Internships Industry 4.0: It's all about information technology this time A favorite theme many speakers -- especially futurists -- like to invoke is that we've passed the industrial revolution, or even the information revolution that superseded it, and we're now in some kind of "post-information" revolution. Some people, especially on the European side of the pond, have another name for it, calling it "Industry 4.0." Just to clarify this phenomenon, the numbering wasn't meant to align with any of the information technology waves of the past few decades -- Web 2.0, et. al. But the transformation promised with Industry 4.0 has everything to do with IT. Google rebrands as Alphabet, restructures company In a post to the company’s blog, former Google CEO turned Alphabet CEO Larry Page announced the name change and restructuring as a vehicle for streamlining operations and driving accountability. “Alphabet is mostly a collection of companies,” Page wrote. Alphabet is a holding company that contains Google. Google oversees the Internet business and search, maps, YouTube and Android. Alphabet covers ventures like Google X, Google Fiber, Google Ventures, Life Sciences and Calico, which researches the science of aging.
Vuzix Vuzix (TSX-V: VZX, OTCQB: VUZI) is a United States multinational technology firm headquartered in Rochester, New York. Founded in 1997, Vuzix manufactures and sells computer display devices and software. Vuzix personal display devices are used for mobile and immersive Augmented Reality applications, such as 3D Gaming, Manufacturing training, and Military tactical equipment. History Vuzix formed in 1997 in Rochester, NY, under the name Interactive Imaging Systems, purchasing the assets of the Virtual Reality company Forte Technologies. The Company has over 50 employees and offices in New York, Japan, and the UK and is the current market leader for video eyewear. Forte was a pioneer during the mid-1990s developing immersive head mounted displays for Virtual Reality and video gaming applications.
Google set to launch Sprint and T-Mobile MVNO – reports Google is planning to start an MVNO business, which according to unnamed sources quoted by the Information would operate on T-Mobile US (TMUS) or Sprint’s network. The report claimed the project, apparently codenamed Nova and headed by Google Executive Nick Fox, is set to launch this year. The report was quickly followed by the Verge, which claimed it has been able to verify the plans really are in progress, and that Fox wanted to launch the service already last autumn.
The Intersection of IoT and Payments: An Emerging Commerce Opportunity Big Data projects offer the promise of generating value from previously ignored or under-exploited data. Many enterprises are looking to take advantage of new data sources and combine that with the wealth of information they already hold about their customers, their business, even their competitors to develop new innovative applications and services, such as: · combining data from devices, sensors, customers, and analyze that in real time to react better and faster (example, location-based services) · pursue new opportunities in an adjacent markets – for example selling predictive maintenance services to the buyers of your products · accelerate time to market – for example identifying the most valuable customers and launching special programs to boost loyalty Innovation from Big Data is driven by experimentation to uncover new markets or data-driven products and services, as well as trying out new business processes, searching for new insights, and testing new hypotheses.
Malaysia now has four world heritage sites 02 July 2012| last updated at 08:17PM The others are the historic cities of Melaka and George Town along the Straits of Melaka, Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak and Kinabalu Park in Sabah. The listing of AHLV by Unesco is also 953rd on the World Heritage List in the current session of the World Heritage Committee here, and it also "testifies another dimension of the global recognition of Malaysia as a nation endowed with and committed to the conservation and protection of its world renowned heritage", the National Heritage Department said in a statement from St Petersburg, Russia today. Malaysia is a member of the 21-nation World Heritage Committee that decides on the inscription, referral or deferral of properties proposed for nomination, a position it was elected to, for a four-year term (2011-2015).