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Find out about research opportunities at PhD Open Afternoon

Published: 
9 February 2010
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As one of the UK's leading research schools, ECS offers a wide range of opportunities for postgraduate research. Our PhD Open Afternoon on Wednesday 24 February will provide an overview of research in the School as well as a guide through the application process.

The event starts at 2 pm in the Nightingale Lecture Theatre (Bdg 67), with a short welcome by Dr Alex Rogers from the ECS Graduate School, followed by presentations by all the School's research groups, and the two Doctoral Training Centres (DTC). Research in ECS is organized around the School's research groups, and all postgraduate research students belong to one of these groups. Presentations will run in the following order and will include at 3 pm, a short guide to the application process:

2.00 Web Science DTC; 2.10 Pervasive Systems Centre; 2.20 Dependable Systems and Software Engineering; 2.30 Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia; 2.40 Learning Societies Lab; 2.50 Complex Systems Simulation DTC; 3.00 Guide to the Application Process; 3.10 Nano; 3.20 Electronic Systems and Devices; 3.30 Information: Signals, Images, Systems; 3.40 Communications; 3.50 Electrical Power Engineering; 4.00 Science and Engineering of Natural Systems (SeNSE)

From 4.15 pm there will be refreshments available in the Mountbatten Building Seminar Room (level 4) where there will also be a drop-in session running until 5.30 where each of the groups will be represented with staff available to talk informally about research in their groups.

All students interested in finding out more about PhDs in the School are encouraged to attend.

For further information see the School's Research Brochure: Future Technologies for our Future World, available in the School or on the website (pdf).

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