The 3 year scholarship will cover Home/EU tuition fees, and provide a total stipend of approx. £15,500 (for academic year 2019/20, subject to increase), and will be paid monthly.
Applicants should preferably hold, or obtain first-class honors or equivalent, preferably in mechanical/aerospace engineering, or applied mathematics
Programming skills in Matlab or Python, C++ or Fortran, etc
This project is funded by the Europe Space Agency (ESA) and the University of Strathclyde.