Dublin City University offers PhD Positions in Sensor Technologies funded by the Marine Institute. Students from Ireland are qualified to use for this position.
The Dublin City University aims to direct the globe in investigation and training.
The University has an especially strong research report, is occasionally explained as a study-led university, and has frequently been recorded as bringing in more study earnings per members of school â or certainly as a proportion of total earnings â than any other university in Ireland. Its study group operating on sensors in the National Centre for Sensor Research is regarded among the best in the world.
Course Level: Positions are accessible to pursue PhD programme.
Study Subject: Positions are awarded in Sensor Technologies.
Scholarship Award: The studentships are for 48 months and and can include a stipend of €17,000 p.a. As well as the payment of educational fees.
Number of Scholarships: Two positions are accessible.
Scholarship might be taken in Ireland
Eligibility: The following requirements should be satisfied in buy for candidates to be qualified for scholarship:
Project 2: ‘Comparison of eDNA versus antibodies as approaches to novel biosensor development for the Burrishoole catchment’. Candidates must have (or anticipated to have) an honours diploma in a Biology centered topic and have on general grade of 2.1 or greater. Students with expertise in molecular biology techniques and using a a separate curiosity in investigation are especially encouraged to use. Informal enquiries must be produced by e-mail to: Dr. Anne Parle-McDermott, anne.parle-mcdermott-at-dcu.ie.
Project 1: Generic Chemical and Bio-sensor system improvement for checking water-quality in the Burrishoole catchment. The undertaking calls for design of micro-fluidics and integration of sensor elements including sample preparation modules for an autonomous sensor for nutrients and biological indicators. Candidates should have an honours diploma in an analytical chemistry-, mechatronic engineering-, bio-medical engineering-, physics-based topic and have on general grade of 2.1 or greater. Students with expertise in analytical or engineering techniques and using a genuine curiosity in pursuing study are especially encouraged to use. Informal enquiries ought to be produced by e-mail to: Prof. Fiona Regan, Fiona.regan-at-dcu.ie.
Nationality: Students from Ireland are qualified to use for this position.
How to Apply: Interested applicants should Email their CV like the names of 2-3 referees and which task they’re implementing for to Fiona.Farrell-at-dcu.ie .
Application Deadline: Application deadline is June 30, 2017. Shortlisted candidates are are required to be interviewed on July 10, 2017.