IAT scientists conduct research in several areas of communications, including Optical, Wireless, and Networking.
The recently established £2.6m Agilent communications test and measurement lab provides excellent facilities for research.
IAT is currently seeking a number of ambitious overseas PhD students to perform research in these areas.
Candidates should have, or be about to receive, an honours degree (at least II.1 or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, or a related discipline.
Studentships are available for 3 years and include a stipend of £12,300 per year (current 2006/7 rate) and home/EU tuition fees of £3,168 (Total value of studentship is £15,468).
This should cover tuition fees (£11,070 in the case of International students entry) and a part towards students' living expenses.
International applicants are requested to supply evidence of additional funding to cover other expenses during the period of study.
Informal enquiries to be made to Dr S. S. A. Obayya (Tel: +44-(0)1792 602560, email: s.s.a.obayya [at] swan.ac.uk)
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.
Online application for the PhD can be made at; PhD Studentships in Advance Telecommunications - Application Forms