Applicants should normally have a good Honours degree or an MSc in computing, mathematics or a relevant discipline. Potential applicants are advised to contact the Director of Postgraduate Research or the research secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss their proposed research topic.
Months of entry
January, October, July, April
The Department of Computing provides a wide range of computing and mathematics-related research activities. The researchers are organised into a number of groups each specialising in a research area. Members of staff have considerable success and experience in the conduct, direction and supervision of research. Much of the work is of direct industrial or commercial relevance, and many staff work closely with major industrial partners.
Intelligent and quantum information systems; Modelling, optimisation, scheduling and intelligent computing; Data mining and visualisation; Autonomous robotics; Mathematics and statistics; Networks and performance engineering; Mobile computing and networks, networks, network security and forensics; Solar physics and neutralised beam kinetics; Microcomputer music; ICT to support healthcare, rural development and e-learning
Fees and funding
Research Councils, industrial collaboration.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Rona Wilson
- 01274 235857