Ph. D. Students

  1. Write a scientific motivation proposal (at least two pages).

    In the proposal you have to state your scientific interests and to give a motivation for working at our institute.

    Please have a look at the scientific work which is done in the different working groups or projects at our institute. Read them carefully and write in which project or group you would like to work. Are you interested in robotics and hardware/software codesign? Do you prefer real-time analysis or formal verification? Do you want to work on communication systems? Are you interested in the research of embedded communication systems in the automotive or avionics area? Please motivate why you want to work in the chosen domain.

    Do you have already worked in projects related to embedded or real-time systems? What kind of projects have this been?

  2. Send an international CV, a list of your exams and grades (if applicable) and a recommendation letter from your academic teacher or project leader.

  3. Tell us about your plan of funding your work. This includes  to state the kind of letters (invitation, motivation, and so on) you need from us. What is your time frame? Which deadlines do we have to consider if we provide them to you?

  4. Please send your application via e-mail to the contact person responsible for the project you are interested in. You will find this information here.

    Important note: Do not send any documents in Microsoft Word (doc, docx) or OpenOffice (odt) file format. Use only the Portable Document Format (pdf) for your application. Make sure to check your e-mail account daily. Please double-check that your e-mail and postal mail address on your letter of application are given correctly.

Undergraduate Students

  1. Write a scientific motivation proposal (at least one page).

    In the proposal you have to state your scientific interests and to give a motivation for working at our institute. Please have a look at the scientific work which is done in the different working groups or projects at our institute. Read them carefully and write in which project or group you would like to work. Please write explicitly why you want to work in this group.

  2. Send a CV (not longer than one page) and a list of your exams and grades.

  3. Tell us about your plan of funding your work. How long would you like to work in Ulm?

  4. We also ask you to state the kind of letters (invitation, motivation, and so on) you need from us. What is your time frame? Which deadlines do we have to consider if we provide them to you?

  5. Please send your application via e-mail to the following address: daad_es.informatik(at)uni-ulm.de.

    Important note: Do not send any documents in the Microsoft Word (doc, docx) or OpenOffice (odt) file format. Use only the Portable Document Format (pdf) for your application. Make sure to check your e-mail account daily. Please double-check that your e-mail and postal mail address on your letter of application are given correctly.


Applications for Internship (DAAD, ...)

Our institute receives a lot of applications for DAAD internships. If you want to apply for an internship at our institute, please follow the instructions given here.

Please note that we cannot consider any application which is not accordant to the flow.