|Funding for:||UK Students|
|Funding amount:||£18,622 per annum|
|Placed On:||10th August 2023|
|Closes:||30th November 2023|
Funding amount: Refer to advert
Discipline: Engineering & Technology
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Qualification: Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (PhD)
Start date: 8th January 2024 or 1st April 2024
Funding for: 3.5 years, as part of the Horizon Europe EIC Pathfinder open grant ATYPQUAL
Supervisor: Dr Sara Sangtarash and Professor Hatef Sadeghi
The aim of the project is to exploit the quantum transport properties of graphene nanoribbons for nanoelectronic applications. Visit https://www.nanolab.uk for more details. The candidate will receive broad training in computational materials modelling and gain experience with cutting-edge quantum transport simulation methods, conduct a world-class research project with high publication potential and would be involved in the ATYPQUAL project and collaborate with internationally leading experimental groups in the EU.
This fully funded scholarship will cover the tuition fees at the UK/Home rate £4,712, plus a stipend of £18,622 per annum for 3.5 years of full-time study and research training support. This PhD studentship is a part of Horizon Europe EIC Pathfinder open grant ATYPQUAL.
Due to the scholarship rules, this is for UK students only with a first-class or 2.1 honours degree at BSc or MSc in physical science or engineering disciplines and a strong interest in computational materials modelling. Experience with molecular scale simulation is desirable but not essential.
How to apply:
Applicants should prepare a cover letter outlining motivation and suitability for this project, and a full CV that includes your BSc or MSc with GPA, a list of all publications and contact details of two referees to warwick.ac.uk/engpgr/hsu/appcvLink opens in a new window.
If you are successful at the interview, you will be invited to submit a formal application and fulfil the entry requirements set by the University of Warwick.
Please reference HSH-Horizon in your communications. If you have any questions or would like more information about this project, please contact Hatef.Sadeghi@warwick.ac.uk
The University of Warwick provides an inclusive working and learning environment, recognising and respecting every individual’s differences. We welcome applications from individuals who identify with any of the protected characteristics defined by the Equality Act 2010.
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