A PhD research studentship is available at the University of Manchester, as part of the EPSRC Industrial CASE Awards. The successful candidate will conduct research on rapid developments needed in new energy technologies to solve linked and large-scale global optimization problems.
About the position: This research studentship is available only for UK (Home) students. The successful candidate will work on a project that aims to discover common principles among different research threads and bring them together into a new paradigm. The project will involve using teams of single-objective solvers to cooperatively tackle multi-objective problems, automatic algorithm configuration and selection methods, and interwoven problems.
Benefits of this position
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to conduct research in a cutting-edge field of energy technology, working on real-world optimization problems. They will work alongside leading experts in the field and have access to state-of-the-art facilities.
Available level of study: This research studentship is for a PhD level of study.
The successful candidate will receive financial support of £20,500.
The research studentship is available only for UK (Home) students. Applicants should have a strong academic background and experience in optimization techniques, algorithm development, and programming. Good knowledge of English language is also required.
How to apply
To apply for this research studentship, interested applicants should submit their application by the deadline of 28th February 2023. The application should include a CV, academic transcripts, a research proposal, and contact details for two academic referees.
For more details about the project and application process, interested applicants should visit the following websites:
- EPSRC Industrial CASE Awards: https://epsrc.ukri.org/skills/students/coll/icase/intro/
- UKCISA: https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-HE-fee-status#layer-6082
- Project details: https://lopez-ibanez.eu/icase-phd-2023
Manchester Funding for: UK Students Funding amount: £20,500 Hours: Full Time Closes: 28th February 2023
In summary, the University of Manchester is offering a research studentship for UK (Home) students at the PhD level of study. The project involves solving linked and large-scale global optimization problems in the field of energy technology. The successful candidate will receive financial support of £20,500 and work alongside leading experts in the field. Interested applicants should submit their application by the deadline of 28th February 2023, including a CV, academic transcripts, a research proposal, and contact details for two academic referees. For more information, please visit the above-listed websites.