EU AI PhD Curriculum is Ready, Seeking Partners to Join a Launching Online Event
An EU AI PhD Curriculum launching event is planned by AIDA – The International AI Doctoral Academy & VISION in December 2023 or January 2024 in an online event to maximize the participation of the interested parties.
AI PhD Curriculum is a specification of the structure and content of a PhD programme. The Curriculum concentrates on the doctoral training parts categorised as AI Core Subjects and AI Special Topics with specific learning outcomes and related courses. These include taught modules, self-study, practical assignments, internships and research visits, and the acquisition of transferable skills.
The European AI PhD Curriculum was elevated through a collaborative effort involving four networks of excellence (NoEs). These NoEs brought together leading scientists and educators who evaluated and contributed their respective curricula to shape the development of the Curriculum. The aim was to create a comprehensive framework comprising the core modules and the special topics, all of which were considered essential by the NoEs.
The objectives of the launching event include:
- Bringing the initiative to a larger audience than the NoEs
- Introducing opportunities for institutions to join AIDA
- Making their courses associated with and follow AIDA’s standards
- Seeking courses and programmes that may suit AIDA’s objectives
- Introducing a benchmark for current and prospective AI students at PhD levels
- Attracting decision-makers to consider using the AIDA curriculum as a benchmark and others.
The organisers, AIDA, VISION & UCC are seeking NoEs partners to join the event with an open agenda to be formed ASA partners are identified. Any interested or inquiries on the joined agenda/event, please contact email@example.com.
The organisers, AIDA, VISION & UCC are seeking NoEs partners to join the event with an open agenda to be formed ASAP partners are identified. Any interested or inquiries on the joined agenda/event, please contact Long Phan.