Aston University PhD Studentship – Highly Integrated Coherent Optical Fibre Communications in UK 2022

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Aston University PhD Studentship – Highly Integrated Coherent Optical Fibre Communications in UK 2022

Scholarship Description:
Under Aston University PhD Studentship – Highly Integrated Coherent Optical Fibre Communications in UK 2022 applications are being invited from eligible candidates. International Students are eligible to apply for this program. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of Engineering, Physical Sciences taught at Aston University . Interested candidates may apply for the scholarship as per set deadline. The application deadline is 31/01/2022

Subjects offered and Degree Programs:
You can apply for Engineering, Physical Sciences taught at Aston University

Funded by: Aston University.

Aston University is offering studentships to international students to pursue their Ph.D. degrees in the School of Engineering and Physics Science.

Applications are invited for THREE three-and-a-half-year Postgraduate studentships, supported by the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and EFFECT Photonics, to be undertaken within the Optical Fibre Communications Research Group of AiPT at Aston University. The successful applicants will join an established experimental group working on future high speed, high capacity optical fiber communication systems, to work on research projects co-defined by EFFECT Photonics related to the development of a new generation of optical transceivers for vital short-reach applications, such as 5G, mobile fronthaul, and data center interconnects.

The positions are available to start in March, July, or October 2022.

If you require further information about the application process please contact the Postgraduate Admissions team at [email protected]

Sponsor Value

Aston University will cover the Home fees rate, plus a maintenance allowance of at least £15,609 (subject to eligibility).  Outstanding applicants will qualify for additional support of up to £3,000 per year.

Eligibility Criteria

The successful applicants should have been awarded, or expect to achieve, a Masters degree in a relevant subject with a 60% or higher weighted average, and/or a First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or equivalent qualification from an overseas institution) in physics, applied physics, or electronic/electrical engineering.  Preferred skill requirements include knowledge/experience of optical fiber communications, photonics, and/or mathematical modeling of physical systems, including digital signal processing and machine learning.

We would particularly like to encourage applications from women seeking to progress in their academic careers. Aston University is committed to the principles of the Athena SWAN Charter, recognized recently by a prestigious Silver Award to EPS, and we pride ourselves on our vibrant, friendly, and supportive working environment and family atmosphere.

Application Procedure

Details of how to submit your application and the necessary supporting documents can be found here.

Please include the supervisor’s name, project title, and project reference in your Personal Statement.

The application must be accompanied by a short “research proposal” statement. An original proposal is not required as the initial scope of the project has been defined, but candidates should take this opportunity to detail how their knowledge and experience will benefit the project, including a brief review of relevant research literature.