Founded in 1920, Swansea University is one of the most reputable universities in the UK. Swansea University is a UK top 30 institution for research excellence (Research Excellence Framework 2014). Swansea University has been named as Welsh University of the Year 2017 by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide.
The subject of this project: Working within the Advanced Imaging of Materials (AIM) facility and research group, the successful Ph.D. applicant will use correlated X-ray microtomography and electron microscopy to investigate the complex hierarchical structures within biomaterials, in particular, mineralized structural biomaterials.
Terms and Conditions:
- Candidates need to hold a first or upper second class honors degree (or its equivalent) in engineering, physical sciences, mathematics, physics, chemistry, or biosciences, or a Master’s degree in a related subject area to the project
- More information about criteria, candidates can find on this website
- UK/EU candidates are only allowed to apply for this studentship
To apply, candidates need:
- Completed Application Form
- Their CV
- Their covering letter
All from the above, they need to send to Dr. Richard Johnston by email.
The studentship covers a tax-free stipend of £14,296 for three and a half years, plus the full cost of UK/EU tuition fees. There will also be additional funds available for research expenses up to the maximum of £3000. Applicants need to apply as soon as possible. Start date is October 2017.