Swansea Science is inviting applications for Doctoral Training Centre PhD Scholarships in Physics. UK/EU pupils qualify to apply.
Swansea University is a research-led university that continues to be making a difference since 1920. The university has enjoyed an amount of enormous growth, and we’ve reached our dream to be a top thirty research university, soaring up the 2014 Research Excellence Framework league table to 26th in the UK from 52nd in 2008.
Candidates must have a First, Upper Second Class Honours (or equal) or a Master’s degree in a pertinent subject.
Course Level: Scholarships are accessible for PhD degree programme at Swansea University.
Study Subject: These are competitively-financed scholarships from five of our subject areas: Biosciences, Computer Science, Geography, Mathematics and Physics. Project descriptions may be found by simply clicking on the job names below.
- Project Title: DTC PHYS 46 – Spectral properties of Quantum Chromodynamics at nonzero temperature and density
Project Title: DTC PHYS 47 – Holographic Calculation of Baryon Scattering
Project Title: DTC PHYS 48 – Levitated Optomechanics and Coherent Optical Feedback
Project Title: DTC PHYS 49 – Femtosecond electron microscopy of quick phenomena for future photon-driven advice technologies.
Project Title: DTC PHYS 50 – Precision spectroscopy of antihydrogen
Project Title: DTC PHYS 51 – Quantum-enriched detection predicated on tapered optical nanofibres
Project Title: DTC PHYS 52 – Numerical Simulation of Quantum Critical Behaviour in Graphene and Related Planar Systems
Project Title: DTC PHYS 53 – Femtosecond diffractive imaging using structured light
Number of Awards: Not Known
Scholarship Award: These are three-year fully-funded scholarships, open to UK/EU candidates such as a yearly stipend of £14,553 plus complete UK/EU tuition fees. Applications from international candidates are welcome, but nominees could have to settle the difference between the UK/EU tuition fees as well as the international tuition fees.
Scholarship could be chosen in the UK
Eligibility: Candidates must have a First, Upper Second Class Honours (or equal) or a Master’s degree in a pertinent subject. Informal enquiries prior to the deadline are welcome by e-mailing the job supervisor.
Nationality: UK/EU students qualify to apply.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Candidates must have a First, Upper Second Class Honours (or equal) or a Master’s degree in a pertinent subject.
How to Apply: Candidates should just apply for just one job. Candidates must complete and submit the following documentation from the stated deadline. To apply for this scholarship, please download the research scholarship application form and return it to the College of Science together with the subsequent:
- Academic References – all scholarship programs need two supporting references to be submitted. Please ensure that your preferred referees know about the capital deadline, as their references form an important element of the assessment procedure. Please either contain these with your scholarship application or request your referees to send them instantly to science-scholarships-at-swansea.ac.uk
- Academic Transcripts and Degree Certificates – academic transcripts and degree certificates has to be submitted along with the scholarship application by the capital deadline. We will probably be using these to confirm your academic qualifications.
- CV – please incorporate a recently available CV
- Candidates should use the ‘Supplementary Personal Statement’ section of the application form to clarify why the award they truly are applying for especially fits their abilities and expertise as well as the way they might opt to develop the job. Candidates are additionally necessary to identify the manager correlated using their endeavor expressly in their application.
Please range from the job code and name in your e-mail subject header, eg: DTC BIO 1 – Animal colouration in 3-D PhD scholarship application / DTC CS 11 – Social Network Analysis for Mental Health Support PhD scholarship application / DTC GEO 20 – An investigation to the empirical validity of the global city theory and interlocking world city network dissertation PhD scholarship application / DTC MATH 36 – Noncommutative Smoothing PhD scholarship application / DTC PHYS 47 – Spectral properties of Quantum Chromodynamics at nonzero temperature and density PhD scholarship program.
Please e-mail the records to science-scholarships-at-swansea.ac.uk or post.