TSM CDT

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training on Theory and Simulation of Materials (TSM-CDT) is the UK's centre of excellence in theory and simulation

Theory and Simulation of Materials Phd overview

About us

Theory, Simulation, Inspiration. The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training on Theory and Simulation of Materials (TSM-CDT) is the UK's centre of excellence in theory and simulation. We are training a new generation of scientists who have a passion for cutting-edge research and are inspired to use their talent for theory and mathematics to tackle the scientific and technological challenges of today and the future.

Find out more about us

The Postgraduate Open Day will take place on Monday 5th December 2016. Click here to find out more details about visiting us!

We expect to have up to 10 fully-funded studentships for Home/EU students for an October 2017 start. Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

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Study:

Postgraduate Programmes

  • MSc
    1-year MSc programme for self-funded students
  • PhD
    4-year PhD programme with full funding for qualifying students

Undergraduate Activities:

Research and Publications:

Research Highlight

Research Projects

Internal Publications

Our annual report offers an in-depth perspective on what it is like to be part of the TSM CDT

Opportunities:

APPLY NOW FOR ENTRY IN OCTOBER 2017

 We have a number of fully funded studentships available for UK and EU candidates starting in October 2017.

Please use the following link for further details on how to apply.

Industry studentships available for October 2017 entry coming soon.

We expect to have 4-year industry PhD studentships fully funded for EU and UK candidates available to start in October 2017. Successful candidates will have an aptitude for theory and simulation and already have, or expect to achieve, a first class (or equivalent) Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the physical sciences or a branch of engineering. 

Please use the following link to see recent examples of industry-funded projects.