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PhD Studentship: Enabling Robotics Adoption in Farming

Duration: 3.5 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Fri 23 June 2017, 11:46 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Characterising engineering performance of embankments

Duration: 3 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Mon 19 June 2017, 10:00 | Tags: PhD

PhD Scholarship: Fundamentals of Molecular Communications in Complex Environments

Duration: 3.5 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Mon 19 June 2017, 08:59 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Computational design of nanomaterials

Duration: 3 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

This project provides a unique opportunity to perform theoretical research through the use of atomistic and quantum mechanical computational methods, to explore the optimal design of material properties at the nanoscale.

Wed 07 June 2017, 08:44 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentships: Nanoscale Fluid Dynamics

Value: Fully-funded PhD for 3.5 years | Eligibility: UK/EU Students only

Start date: By arrangement, in the period: 01/04/2016 to 31/12/2016

A consortium of three internationally-leading UK research institutions is offering six fully-funded PhD Scholarship for 3½ years, to develop new modelling capabilities and simulation-for-design tools for Nanoscale Interfacial Fluid Dynamics.

Tue 02 May 2017, 09:05 | Tags: PhD

PhD Case Award: Thermal Energy Research Accelerator T-ERA

Duration: 3.5 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

T-ERA (Thermal Energy Research Accelerator) has funded major new equipment purchase plus laboratory and office refurbishment for the Sustainable Thermal Energy Technologies (STET) team in the School of Engineering. The demand for heating in the UK accounts for 47% of UK energy use (25% of CO2 emissions) and the work of STET and T-ERA aims to reduce this dramatically. We have a wide range of topics available for the right candidate who is enthusiastic about the energy saving applications and the practical engineering required to make them possible.

Fri 24 March 2017, 12:59 | Tags: PhD

PhD Scholarship: Discovery of New Materials for Rechargeable Batteries

Duration: 3 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Tue 07 March 2017, 10:05 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Nanoscale Fluid Dynamics

Duration: 3 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Fri 10 February 2017, 08:03 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Mathematical modelling for clinical outcome prediction in kidney transplantation

Duration: 3 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Mon 16 January 2017, 08:29 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Modelling Biological Networks using Omics Data

Duration: 3 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Thu 15 December 2016, 15:11 | Tags: PhD

PhD Case Award: Synthesizing Programmable Biological Circuits Using DNA, RNA, and Enzymes

Duration: 4 years

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Thu 15 December 2016, 15:08 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Fundamentals of Molecular Communications in Complex Environments

Starting Date: 31st January 2017 - Duration: 3.5 years (42 months)

Deadline for applications: 31st December 2016

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Tue 29 November 2016, 15:38 | Tags: PhD

PhD in Diamond Sciences and Technology - starting Oct 2017

Multiscale Modelling of the Effect of Defects on the Mechanical Properties of Diamond 

A fully funded four-year studentship is available to UK and EU students (non-UK EU students must have resided in the UK for three years prior to the start of their course in order to be eligible).

Mon 28 November 2016, 13:55 | Tags: PhD

Whitworth Senior Scholarships

Starting Date: Flexible - Duration: 36 months - £7,500 P.A - Deadline: 30th June 2017

Eligibility: Click link - note that only applicants who meet all the requirements will be eligible to apply

Mon 07 November 2016, 09:38 | Tags: PhD

PhD Marie Curie Scholarship: NDTonAIR: Training Network in Non-Destructive Testing and Structural Health Monitoring of Aircraft structures

Starting Date: 1st February 2017 - Duration: 36 months

Expected start of the application: 1st November 2016

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Fri 28 October 2016, 12:25 | Tags: PhD

PhD Scholarship: Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials for High Voltage Power Electronics

Value: Home/EU Fees plus annual stipend £14,254 per annum for four years.

Eligibility: UK/EU | Deadline: rolling | Start date: As soon as possible

Degree: PhD in Engineering

Tue 11 October 2016, 11:29 | Tags: PhD

Warwick-China Scholarship Council

Joint PhD scholarships in collaboration with China Scholarship Council (CSC).

Value: Covers academic fees and a maintenance stipend | Deadline: 9th January 2017

Eligibility: Chinese citizens, all subjects

Mon 01 August 2016, 09:47 | Tags: PhD

PhD Studentship: Condition monitoring power electronic converters for offshore wind

Value: Home/EU Fees plus annual stipend £14,254 per annum for four years.

Eligibility: UK/EU | Deadline: rolling | Start date: As soon as possible - Ideally 3rd October 2016.

Fri 22 July 2016, 14:09 | Tags: PhD

Health Technology Assessment of medical devices for low and middle income countries

Value: Home/EU Fees plus annual stipend £14,254 per annum for four years.

Eligibility: UK/EU | Deadline: rolling | Start date: As soon as possible.

Mon 04 July 2016, 14:44 | Tags: PhD

Synthetic Biology Centre for Doctoral Training

The EPSRC and BBSRC Synthetic Biology Centre for Doctoral Training (SynBioCDT) is a 4-year doctoral programme that offers training in the new field of Synthetic Biology, the 'Engineering of Biology'. This centre is a collaboration between the Universities of Oxford, Bristol and Warwick. We encourage applications from students with a wide range of academic backgrounds, including Engineering, Biology, Biochemistry, Physics, Plant Sciences, Chemistry, Statistics, Mathematics and Computing.

Further information can be found on the Warwick SynBio CDT webpage

Initial enquiries can be made by sending a CV and covering letter to SynBioCDT@warwick.ac.uk.

Wed 05 August 2015, 15:00 | Tags: PhD

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