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PhD position Available at IT Sligo, Ireland
Renewable Engine is an innovative cross-border project (INTERREG) delivering a programme of Research and Innovation activities on behalf of SME partners. The objective of Renewable Engine is to facilitate industrial R&I at PhD level in local engineering companies for the development of new products.
The Renewable Engine research super-cluster consists of;
- South West College (lead partner)
- Institute of Technology Sligo
- Queen’s University Belfast
- Advanced Forming Research Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Associate project partners are Manufacturing NI, Action Renewables and Mid Ulster Council.
Stipend & Benefits
- An attractive annual stipend of €22,000 is available to each of the successful candidate
- University registration fees will be paid in addition to the stipend amount
The successful applicant will be developing new materials for photocatalysis.
Minimum first class or 2.1 degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science or in a related discipline in physical sciences will be required. Previous research experience in advanced materials will be an advantage but not mandatory.
Completed CVs detailing academic achievements and research projects undertaken should be forwarded to.
Prof. Suresh Pillai
Deadline of applications: 10th November 2017
More details available at http://www.renewableengine.eu/phd-studentships/#guidance
The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy and Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation in Ireland.
Research Office Contact Details
- Head of Research
- John Bartlett B.Sc., MA, PhD
- Tel:+353 71 915 5314
- Research Administrator
- Veronica Cawley
- Tel:+353 71 913 7360
- Research Administrator
- Ursula Cox
- Tel:+353 71 930 5814