Applications are invited for fully funded PhD studentships in any of the Department's research groups: Algorithms and Applications; Bioinformatics; Machine Learning; Distributed and Global Computing; Software Language Engineering; and Type Theory.
The studentships are for three years and include a stipend of £16,296 per year plus a Home/EU fee waiver. Applicants are expected to have obtained a good degree in Computer Science or a cognate discipline, and must obtain the support of a potential supervisor in the Department prior to submitting an application.
Information about supervisors can be found here. You are welcome (indeed, encouraged) to discuss a research topic with a supervisor prior to submitting your application.
How to apply:
Interested candidates should apply as soon as possible using the University's online application system. Please read carefully all the information on the application process including English language requirements.
You will need to upload the following items:
a research topic/area and the name of a potential supervisor;
a covering letter describing your reasons for wishing to pursue a PhD in the proposed area, incuding why you think that you are qualified to do research in that area;
a research proposal where you expand on your research topic: why the topic is important, what is the state of the art in the area, and what are the research contributions that you would like to make beyond the state of the art – this does not need to be too long but it should contain enough information for us to make a judgement on the viability of carrying out such a research project in the Department;
a current CV;
any documents proving your actual or expected degree classifications, as well as results of any previous University examinations;
two academic references.
Closing Date: Midnight, 10th April 2017.
Starting Date: September 2017.