To be eligible for this PhD position the applicants must be a UK national. The studentship will be supported by BAE Systems under the iCASE award framework. While the Cranfield University supervisor team will primarily provide academic support in addition to this also BAE Systems will provide industrial based support both theoretical and practical during the project. The student will be expected to travel and meet the sponsor at regular intervals to discuss progress and provide insight towards publications.
Applicants should have at least a 2:1 Honours degree in relevant engineering (electronics/sensors) subject area and ideally an MSc degree in either electronics or Control Systems Engineering or other similar discipline.
The student tuition fees will be covered and the student will be receiving a bursary of £17,000 pa.