Research courses

We offer individually tailored research projects as part of our PhD courses. This will provide you with a unique experience in which you will study to become an expert in your chosen field.

Find a course

All of our postgraduate research students studying on one of the electronic engineering PhDs are members of a research centre within our department where they receive consistent support during their studies.

If you are interested in doing a PhD with us, please look at the interests of our Department's research groups and get in contact with an academic.

Studentships

Understanding materials at the nanoscale for improved thermoelectric performance

Funding information:
EPSRC iCASE award Covering University (Home Fees) for four years Stipend: £18,000 per annual for four years

Scalability of high-power per weight halide perovskites photovoltaics

Funding information:
EPSRC iCASE award Covering University (Home Fees) for four years Stipend: £18,000 per annual for four years

Design and fabrication of energy scavenging thin film materials

Funding information:
Full UK/EU tuition fees covered for 3 years. Stipend at £15,285 p.a. (2021/22). Personal Computer (provided by the department).  

Quantum Biology studentships

The Leverhulme Quantum Biology Doctoral Training Centre (QB DTC) invites applications from excellent candidates for seven fully funded PhD studentships, covering fees and maintenance, for October 2019 entry.

Expert support

The Doctoral College supports the academic and professional development of postgraduate researchers to ensure our world-leading research continues to grow. There is also an extensive Researcher Development Programme run at university level.

Facilities

Our department has a wide range of facilities available for research into areas such as robotics, artificial intelligence, security, energy conversion, space missions, healthcare and nanomaterials just to name a few.

Find a supervisor

Open afternoon

Webinars