We have a number of fully-funded 4-year PhD studentships available to start in October 2019. These studentships provide full-funding (tuition and bursary) for Home (UK) students and EU students. In some cases, these projects provide bursary (but not tuition) for overseas (non EU/Home) students. 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. For further information on these projects and how to apply please see the contact details in the project description.
For information on College scholarships, please visit the Postgraduate Scholarships webpage where further details are available.
Students considering supporting themselves financially can find out about living costs and the cost of the courses on offer on the College's Tuition Fees and webpages.
|Project Title||Industry Partner|
|Accurate Modelling of Sintering and Residual Stresses in Polycrystalline Diamond||Element Six|
|Stopping the corrosion of Mg||Magnesium Elektron|
|From molecules to macrophases I: linking MD to fluid phase boundary predictions||Procter & Gamble|
|Multiscale modelling of hydrocarbon release from source rock: from molecular simulation to pore network models||Baker Hughes|
|Multiscale modelling of friction at lubricated interfaces||Baker Hughes|