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Call for Midi+PhD Project Proposals

last modified Dec 11, 2017 11:51 AM
We are now accepting Midi+PhD Project Proposals from Cambridge Academics for our 2017 cohort/ Deadline: 26th Feb 2018

The midi project is 13 weeks long and will run from early May – end July 2018.

The PhD projects (beginning Sep/Oct 2018) may or may not be directly connected to the Midi project, but will benefit from building on skills and experience gained during the Midi project. There are no research costs available from the NanoDTC during the PhD period, but the students themselves will be fully funded. The project proposals will be assessed by the NanoDTC External Advisory Board in March before release for students’ consideration. The External Advisory Board assessment criteria include: fit to the NanoDTC research themes (see http://www.nanodtc.cam.ac.uk/research_themes), appropriate scope and ambition and interdisciplinarity.

All NanoDTC projects require an academic co-supervisor from another department/discipline in addition to the main PI. Please email me if you need assistance finding suitable co-PIs for your project.

Proposals are to be submitted in a combined Midi + PhD form, which can be downloaded from www.nanodtc.cam.ac.uk/Midi+PhDform

The deadline for submitting the completed project proposals is Monday, 26th Feb 2018. Please email the completed forms to team@nanodtc.cam.ac.uk by this date.

 

 

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