This Department of Civil Environmental and Geomatic Engineering at University College London (UCL) is offering Maurice Franses Memorial Scholarship, a unique opportunity for a talented and deserving prospective PhD candidate to engage in scholar research at postgraduate level in the field of Structural Engineering.
Duration: 4 years
Scholarship value: fees equivalent to the standard postgraduate UK/EU rate (2019/20: £5210) plus a maintenance stipend (2019/20: £17,009 tax free) for full-time study.
About the scholarship:
- The theme of the studentship is broad and relates to all aspects of structural engineering.
- Themes that are of topical interest to the Structures Group within the Department are:
- performance design and assessment of structures exposed to extreme loading,
- extending the life of structures exposed to increasing environmental loading,
- monitoring and sensing for structures, use of sustainable and novel materials and
- technologies for the built environment and infrastructure, conservation and preservation of heritage structures.
- The project will be co-supervised by members of the Structures Group.
- Candidates should have a strong undergraduate track record with 2:1 or 1st Class degree (and preferably a master’s degree) in Civil/Structural Engineering combined with a strong modelling and programming skills (Matlab or Python).
- Applicants should send a covering letter, proposal and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Organization||University College London (UCL)|
|Subject areas||Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering|
|Fellowship amount||£17,009 tax free per annum|
|Eligibility||Open to UK or EU students only|
|Deadline||20 Oct 2019|