DTA3 COFUND Marie Sklodowska-Curie PhD Fellowship

Coventry, United Kingdom
£20,989 per annum
08 Mar 2019
End of advertisement period
12 Apr 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Application closing date 12/04/2019
Faculty / School or Service Faculty of Engineering, Environment & Computing
Salary £20,989 per annum
Job category/type Research

Job description

Fixed Term from 1 September 2019 until 31 August 2022

Coventry University, as a member of the University Alliance, is offering the opportunity to apply and participate in a fully-funded PhD programme.

The 'fully-funded' PhD studentship is on offer as part of the new University Alliance Doctoral Training programme, covering the Energy theme with a PhD project title: 'Neural-network simulation of complex mini-grids' based in the Centre for Fluid and Complex Systems at Coventry University.

This new employer co-designed training programme will enable the early career researchers at Coventry University access to a global network, extensive connections to industry and commerce, and top quality academic supervision over a three year period.

The programme offers doctoral training opportunities for individuals from the EU and across the globe to become internationally-connected, independent researchers with interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral skills and experience.

Studying for the PhD provides for fully-supported research costs and a competitive salary from GBP 20,989 per annum. Applicants must also meet the entry requirements for the PhD:

For more information on how to apply and for details of the recruiting projects at Coventry University and across the University Alliance please visit:

All applications should be received by 23:59 on Friday 12 April2019.

Interviews will be held from Thursday 13 June 2019 -Thursday 4 July 2019.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801604.

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