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CompSci combines a disciplinary doctoral program with intensive training in computational and data science – providing the skills needed to digitally transform science, industry and society.

Training program

The use of computing and data science fundamentally changes our research, industry, government and society. To be competitive in research and innovation, as an aspiring young researcher, you will need to acquire a solid set of skills in computing and data science, in addition to your disciplinary basis.





The CompSci program provides a broad list of experienced supervisors on a top international level, who has track records in interdisciplinary research and experience in combining computational and disciplinary approaches in their research.

Moving to Oslo

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As a CompSci PhD student you will be supervised by internationally leading researchers. The CompSci program provides a list of doctoral projects within six research fields:

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Application process

The application deadline for call 2 is spring 2022.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 945371.