Analytical science is crucial to the success of any fundamental or applied science research programme, and underpins industrial progress and production in a wide range of areas in an increasingly challenging global environment.
MAS CDT aims to train the next generation of scientific leaders who will work in multidisciplinary teams to develop new techniques and methodologies and applying them in creative ways to solve real-world problems. We are looking for aspiring scientists who want to work at the interface between physical chemistry and data analysis.
Rigorous MSc programme comprising of taught modules in statistics, mathematical and molecular modelling, and experimental methods for a wide range of techniques, together with group-based as well as individual-based research projects.
Multidisciplinary PhD in Analytical Science. Supervisors include WASC academics as well as industrial partners such as instrument manufacturers, technique users, consultants and analytical instrumentation users. Each MSc or PhD research project will be aimed at the creation of new instrumentation and techniques or improvements to existing methods to solve problems that cannot be tackled now.
We invite applications from recent graduates with a strong first degree in any related discipline, including Chemistry, Physics, Statistics, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Engineering, and Computer Science.
Studentships are available for UK citizens for 2018 entry (full fees + consumables budget and minimum £13.7k stipend). EU students can apply for a limited number of stipends covering tuition fees. Applications are invited throughout the year. Please visit the website at www.warwick.ac.uk/mas for more details.