The studentship is fully-funded (covering fees and a bursary of £15,000 per year) and opened to applicants of any nationality. The duration of this PhD project is 3.5 years plus 6 months of thesis writing-up period.
The candidates should have a first class honours degree (or equivalent) in electronics, computer science, or similar. Masters-level degree in a field related to computer engineering, and/or relevant industrial experience, is an advantage. The suitable applicants will have a strong interest in computer architecture, microprocessor design, digital circuits, and enthusiasm for both software and hardware developments.
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.