Reference Code: CE037
Name of the Supervisor
Professor A. Harvey, School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
Duration of the Award
The School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials has several PhD studentship opportunities available in the following areas:
- Process intensification and Catalysis
- Process modelling and optimisation
- Electrochemical Engineering Science
- Advanced Materials
Value of the Award and Eligibility
Depending on how you meet the EPSRC eligibility criteria you may be entitled to a full or partial award. A full award covers tuition fees at the UK/EU rate and an annual stipend of Â£13,726.
Applicants should be UK/EU and hold (or expect to shortly obtain) a good honours degree (first-class or upper-second-class or equivalent) in a science or engineering subject.
How to Apply
You must complete the University’s online postgraduate application formÂ via the âApplyâ button below,Â selecting,Â ‘PhD School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials – Chemical Engineering’ as the programme of study. Once you have selected the programme, please insert the studentship reference number CE037. Only mandatory fields need to be completed (no personal statement or research proposal is required) but you must attach a copy of your CV and a covering letter, quoting the title of the studentship, reference number CE037 and the research field in which you are interested.
Closing Date for Applications
Prompt application is advised as the posts are only available until suitable candidates are appointed.
Enquires prior to application are desirable and may be made to:
Dr Katarina Novakovic
EPSRC Research Fellow