PhD Project Opportunities
Below is a list of potential PhD projects available within our research group. Please get in touch with the relevant project supervisor if you are interested to find out more.
- SWAN studentship (PDF, 202kB)
- 5G mmWave V2X Communications (PDF, 56kB)
- 5G NR mmWave Gigabit Systems (PDF, 57kB)
- Advanced Signal Processing Algorithms for future wireless transmitters (PDF, 56kB)
- Highly integrated ultra-Massive MIMO system for future wireless communication (PDF, 55kB)
- Optically Reconfigurable Microwave and MillimetreWave Circuits and Antennas (PDF, 55kB)
- Digital Forensics for Severely Constrained Wireless Embedded Devices and the IoT (PDF, 57kB)
- Energy-Efficient Networking for Severely Constrained Wireless Embedded Device (PDF, 68kB)
- Micro-Countermeasures for Severely Constrained Wireless Embedded Devices (PDF, 56kB)
- Secure Software for Severely Constrained Wireless Embedded Devices and the IoT (PDF, 55kB)
Ad hoc positions are often available and we are keen to hear from exceptional candidates with proposed research topics. For more information on how to apply, studentships, scholarships, other opportunities please click on the relevant drop down below.
How to Apply
Ad hoc positions are often available and we are keen to hear from exceptional candidates with proposed research topics. All proposed projects should be sent to email@example.com with an accompanying CV.
To apply, please submit a PhD application using the online application: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply/
For information about MSc and PhD opportunities in Wireless & Communication please see here.
Studentships may be available to suitably qualified UK and in some cases EU citizens. Bursaries may be considerably enhanced by industrial topups depending on the project, and candidates qualifications and experience. In all cases a good honours degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Materials, Mathematics or a related discipline is required. Post-Doctoral Research Assistantships are also available for candidates with relevant experience.
PhD Scholarships are open to UK students and allow the candidate and prospective supervisors to work out a topic of mutual interest. Applications are assessed on receipt. Applications from Year-3 students on a four-year course are welcome now, for start after completion of their course. The funding pays for a tax-free stipend of at least £15,000pa, a research and travel budget, and University fees. Applicants should be on track to obtaining a 1st class degree in Engineering Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Physics, Materials, Engineering Mathematics, or similar.
Bristol Doctorate Chinese Scholarships
For information on the Chinese Scholarship Programme please see here.
Opportunities across the University can be found on Working at Bristol and EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Communications