The studentship is fully-funded (covering fees and studentship of £14,777 p.a.) for UK and eligible EU applicants only.
The candidates should have a UK first class honours degree (or equivalent) in electronics, electrical engineering, computer engineering or a similar subject. They should have a strong interest in both hardware circuit design and novel computing architecture, with a motivation to pursue a doctorate in an intellectually challenging field requiring both the originality of thinking as well as developing solid hardware design skills.
Interested applicants should send an up-to-date CV to Professor Piotr Dudek ([email protected]) with a cover letter explaining their interest and suitability for this research. The project can start as soon as possible depending on admissions cycles and the availability of the most suitable candidates.