2017 Research Demonstrator Competition - Funded PhD Opportunities
The Research demonstratorships will be available for up to 4 years full time PhD studies. They will be awarded competitively on academic merit. The start date for these opportunities is September 2017.
The total value of the payment of the Research Demonstratorship programme is valued at €15,000 per annum (tax free) together with up to € 2000 in travel allowance over the four years. This will include tutorial duties. Successful applicants who do not qualify for any external fee support will in addition be covered for 50% fees.
The closing date for applications is April 1st 2017 with the results anticipated by the end of May. Applications should be made via e-mail to Nuria Garcia Ordiales (email@example.com).
An application should include as an email attachment the following documents (in PDF) in order to be considered:
1. State up to three topics of interest. Scroll down to the list below for available topics. Please list them in order of preference.
2. A brief curriculum vitae.
3. A statement of mathematical interest (no more than 500 words).
4. Full copies of academic transcripts.
5. Contact details of two academic references (name, telephone number and email address).
Shortlisted candidates will be asked to an interview that may be given over Skype.
Another possibile source of funding is the UCD PhD Scholarship Initiative, which unsuccessful applicants will automatically be considered for
Dr Eimear Byrne - Theory of Algebraic Codes
Assoc Prof Xuefeng Cui - High Impact Weather Events in Ireland Selected, Simulated and Storied (HIWAVES3- Ireland)
Dr Kevin Hutchinson - The homology of SL2 of S-integers
Assoc Prof Gabrielle Kelly - Modelling spatially dependent binary data
Dr Rupert Levene - Schur multipliers and combinatorics
Assoc Prof Pauline Mellon - Linear Fractional Maps and Bounded Symmetric Domains
Assoc Prof Andrew Parnell - How fast can climate change?
Dr Hermann Render - Fischer Operators for Analytic Partial Differential Equations
Dr Helena Smigoc - Matrices with prescribed spectral and structural constraints
Dr Mike Slater-Townhend - Clustering of admixed genomes using closely linked markers
Dr Barry Wardell - Self Force in Scalar-Tensor Theories of Gravity
If you wish to apply for a Phd project with a supervisor not listed above, you can consider applying for the UCD PhD Scholarship Initiative.