To be considered for the project, candidates must:
- Possess an undergraduate MEng or postgraduate MSc degree in electrical engineering, physics or mathematics. Exceptional candidates with a BSc/BEng qualification (1st or 2:1) may also be considered.
- Have strong understanding of electrical power systems.
- Have good understanding, skills and experience of engineering system modelling and simulation.
Subject: electrical engineering.
Mode of study: Full time.
Funding is available for the successful candidate that will cover an annual tax free stipend and full tuition fees (if relevant connection with the UK) or part fees (other students). The stipend starts at £15,009.
Academic supervision will be led by Professor Graeme Burt and Dr Patrick Norman, supported by an internationally recognised research team. Professor Burt is director of the Institute for Energy and Environment, and Director of the Rolls-Royce UTC in electrical power systems. Dr Norman is a senior lecturer in aero-electrical systems.
Professor Graeme Burt (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
How to apply
Candidates should email with reference “PhD-AEP1” in the subject line, attaching a detailed CV with contact information for two academic referees, and a covering letter highlighting their suitability for the position, to Professor Graeme Burt (email@example.com).
The application deadline is 20 September 2019.
The project is available for a start from October 2019.
If you wish to discuss any details of the projects informally, please email Professor Graeme Burt quoting reference “PhD-AEP1” in the subject line.