University of Strathclyde
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Tel: +44 (0)141 548 2880
About University of Strathclyde
We are a leading international technological university located in the heart of Glasgow, the biggest city in Scotland. The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is internationally recognized for our research excellence, industry engagement and first-class teaching programme.
Why study with us
A new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) at the University of Strathclyde will train researchers to PhD level in wind and marine energy. Funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), a total of 70 PhD students will be recruited for four years of training and research. These research students will enjoy a comprehensive training programme and an accredited IET/IMechE scheme leading to CEng status.
The new CDT joins together two successful EPSRC CDTs, Wind and Marine Energy Systems and Renewable Energy Marine Structures, their industrial partners and strong track records of training more than 130 researchers to date in offshore renewable energy. It is a collaboration between the universities of Edinburgh, Oxford and Strathclyde, and will create a comprehensive, world-leading centre covering all aspects of wind and marine renewable energy, both above and below the water.
Our graduates will be future leaders in industry and academia worldwide, driving development of the offshore renewable-energy sector, helping to deliver the government’s carbon reduction targets for 2050 and ensuring that the UK remains at the forefront of this vitally important sector.
This multidisciplinary programme brings together graduates from various science and technology disciplines, to create a unique community of researchers. Training covers all aspects of wind and marine energy systems, including the wider socioeconomic context. The CDT currently has students from the following backgrounds: electronic and electrical engineering; mechanical and aerospace engineering; civil and environmental engineering; physics; mathematics; structural engineering; design, manufacturing and engineering management; chemical and process engineering; naval architecture, ocean and marine engineering; renewable energy.
What we are looking for
The studentships are available for UK and international students who possess or are about to obtain a UK first class or 2.1 BEng (Honours), MEng or MSc degree, or equivalent EU qualification, in a relevant physical sciences or engineering discipline.
These studentships will commence each year in October and will cover university fees and provide an attractive stipend. The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Wind and Marine Energy Systems and Structures is committed to achieving and promoting equality of opportunity in its learning, teaching, research and working environments, and to ensuring these environments support positive relations between people, and a culture of respect. We value the diversity of our staff and students, and are committed to encouraging everyone to realize their full potential. Students are selected for admission without regard to gender, marital or civil partnership status, disability, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age or social background.
UK: Edinburgh, Oxford, Strathclyde
Positions recently recruited for
Four-year PhD scholarships in wind and marine energy systems and structures. Positions available at Edinburgh, Oxford and Strathclyde universities
Desired degree disciplines/class
UK and eligible EU citizens with (or about to obtain) a minimum of a 2.1 or a Master’s degree in physical science or engineering
Eligible to study in the UK
How to apply
Strathclyde: www.strath.ac.uk/engineering/electronicelectricalengineering/windmarineenergysystemsstructures. Edinburgh: www.eng.ed.ac.uk/postgraduate/degrees/cdt/wind-and-marine-energy-systems-and-structures.
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Tel +44 (0)141 548 2880
1 job with University of Strathclyde
The Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Strathclyde is looking to recruit and train researchers to PhD level in wind and marine energy