Black Heritage: Narratives of Diaspora Calling all Black Staff, Postgraduates, Doctoral Researchers and Alumni! Submit your diasporic object as part of our Black History Month exhibition. LU Arts is working with Dr Kerri Akiwowo, Senior Lecturer in Textiles (School of Design and Creative Arts), to develop a project that, through the presentation of objects and […]
A novel miniaturised atmospheric aerosol satellite instrument: developing a small form factor multi-angle spectropolarimeter
Qualification: PhD Department: School of Physics and Astronomy Application deadline: 6 May 2022 Start date: 26 September 2022 Overview Supervisor Dr Joshua Vande Hey Project highlights Work on the cutting edge of miniaturised space missions for observing the Earth’s atmosphere for climate and air quality. Collaborate with a world leading space company, Thales Alenia Space. Develop skills in hardware
Project Overview This is an interdisciplinary PhD. We would welcome applications from candidates with experience related to air pollution and/or indoor air quality and health, we are open to applications from a range of disciplines including Exposure science Environmental science Physical sciences and engineering Applicants are encouraged to contact supervisors Vande Hey (email@example.com)
Qualification: PhD Application deadline: 11 March 2022 Start date: 26 September 2022 Overview The University of Leicester are investing £9m in 100 PhD Scholarships for entry in autumn 2022 as part of its ambition to deliver on its strategic aim to ‘nurture the next generation of researchers to become world-leaders in their field’. 25 scholarships will be distributed
Computer science and coding skills are quite possibly one of the most in-demand skills employers are looking for, so it’s no surprise that plenty of companies are constantly looking for ways to develop a pipeline of new talent from Computer Science Students. What better way, than to offer a scholarship and support the best talent
U.S. Department of State TechGirls Program 2022 for next generation of young women in STEM (Fully Funded to the United States)
U.S. Department of State TechGirls Program 2022 for next generation of young women in STEM (Fully Funded to the United States) Application Deadline: January 15, 2022 TechGirls connects and supports the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by providing them access and opportunities to advance their skills and pursue their dreams.