PhD studentship


Subject: PhD studentship
From: Paschall de Paor (pdepaor@glam.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Feb 25 2005 - 06:58:29 EST


apologies for cross-posting

Paschall

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University of Glamorgan
School of Electronics

CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FUNDED RESEARCH STUDENTSHIPS

The School of Electronics invites applications for 1 full-time research
studentship leading to the award of PhD in the area of:

                     Creative Technologies (Software)

from applicants with a good honours degree in technology, science, or other
related subjects, and with an understanding of digital music production and
systems.

The successful applicant will be registered normally for MPhil, progressing
to PhD as soon as possible after the first year, and completing their PhD
after 3 years of research working on the following project:

* 3D Surround Mixing Environment (Ref:RP5)

Successful candidates will, subject to a satisfactory annual review, be paid
a maintenance bursary of £9,000 per annum, and have their research course
fees paid by the School (£3010) per annum. In the case of overseas
students, they will have their fees paid by the school (£8915) and receive a
bursary of £5,645 per annum. In addition, the School of Electronics has a
policy of engaging research students as part-time lecturers/demonstrators
where possible.

The successful candidate will join a new dynamic research group with
excellent research facilities. We have strong collaborations with industry,
research laboratories, and other academic institutions. On attaining the
PhD, the research experience gained will provide an excellent basis for a
career in industry and academia.

For further particulars and application forms contact:

Mrs Sue Morgan
School of Electronics
University of Glamorgan
Llantwit Road
Treforest
PONTYPRIDD CF37 1DL

Telephone: +44 (0) 1443 482542
E-mail:- sdmorgan@glam.ac.uk

Closing date: Completed application form (specifying project of interest
with reference number) and CV to above address, to be received by 25th
March 2005



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