Duration: 48 months (starting on 1st October 2019)
Imperial College London jointly with the University College London has a number of four-year fully-funded studentships available. This funding requires you to be a home student*. Successful applicants will be registered at either Imperial College London or University College London.
The CDT ACM PhD programme offers training in the application of state-of-the-art characterisation techniques to materials challenges in key thematic areas of societal importance such as Energy, Information Technology, Nanomaterials, Healthcare, Security, Environment and Transport. Each project will involve experts at both University College London and Imperial College London and you will spend time at both sites during your project. You will also have a three-month placement at a leading international university, research institute or industrial partner. Specially designed training modules in characterisation will be interwoven with your PhD research project, and you will receive professional development training delivered by our award-winning Graduate Schools. The world-leading research that you will be involved with will be closely linked with real-world applications, as the projects will be aligned with the priorities of our network of industrial partners. On graduation you will be ideally qualified to follow a career path either in academia or industry. Our training philosophy is that our graduates will provide the innovation and creativity required to lead the world in the development, characterisation and manufacture of new materials, making a significant contribution to the quality of life of future generations.
This CDT seeks candidates for October 2019 entry. You will hold, or be expected to achieve, a Master's degree in addition to a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) at 2:1 level (or above) in a relevant subject (e.g. Materials, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Mechanical, Civil, Electrical or Chemical Engineering). Research projects on offer are diverse and successful applicants will choose a project after the initial three months of the programme, following discussions with project supervisors. Students will take taught courses at both universities during this three month period. Projects will be available in the following areas: Energy Materials, Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine, Engineering Materials, Electronic and Magnetic Materials.
To make informal enquires please contact the CDT team on email@example.com
Applications will be handled in two stages:
Stage 1: : Send a full CV, including the marks (%) for all (undergraduate) modules completed to date, the names and contact details of two referees, as well as a covering letter, to the CDT at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications that do not provide all this information will not be considered.
Stage 2: Suitable applicants will be interviewed and, if successful, invited to make a formal application.
* European Union nationals who have been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least three years prior to starting a PhD studentship. Overseas students with full funding are welcome to apply.
Closing date: 20th February 2019
Interviews will take place week commencing 4th March 2019
Both ICL and UCL are committed to equality and valuing diversity. Both are Athena SWAN Silver Award winners and Stonewall Diversity Champions. ICL is a Two Ticks Employer, and is working in partnership with GIRES to promote respect for trans people. UCL holds a race equality bronze award
|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Funding amount:||Not Specified|
|Placed On:||23rd January 2019|
|Closes:||20th February 2019|
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