4 year fully-funded (CDT-ACM) PhD studentships on offer!
Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research Centre (AMBER) at Trinity College Dublin
EPSRC and SFI Centre for Doctoral Training in the Advanced Characterisation of Materials
(CDT-ACM) PhD Studentships
Imperial College London, University College London (UCL) and Trinity College Dublin jointly offer a number of four year fully-funded PhD studentships as part of the CDT-ACM. Successful applicants will be registered at either Imperial College London, University College London or Trinity College Dublin. This advert is for Trinity College Dublin applicants only.
The Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Centre (AMBER) is inviting applications for 7 PhD studentships to commence 1st September 2023. The studentships are part of the joint Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)-EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in the Advanced Characterisation for Materials (CDT-ACM) programme. SFI funding covers the stipend and fees as well as a research budget. Applicants must have been resident in an EU member state for 3 out of the last 5 years to be eligible for full funding through this programme.
To make informal enquiries please contact Sandra Ellis on firstname.lastname@example.org Information on how to apply can be found on the CDT-ACM website: PhD Opportunities | CDT Advanced Materials Characterisation (cdt-acm.org)
For more details on eligibility check https://lnkd.in/erqGu9ZJ
Closing date: Wednesday 4th January 2023
Interviews are expected from Thursday 2nd February 2023
Full Details: AMBER CDT ADVERT 2nd Dec 2022
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