Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA)
    Oleh : Parada TP Hutauruk
    Jumat, 28 November 2008 (01:00 WIB) dari IP

    Six Scottish Universities have come together to form a research alliance in Physics. The aim is to place Scotland at the forefront of research in Physics through an agreed national strategy, an inter-institutional management structure, and co-ordinated promotion and pursuit of excellence.

    Adopting a coherent approach to staffing strategy, research training, research initiatives and funding opportunities, SUPA™ will pool and enhance Scotland's strongest Physics research areas and will develop as a world leader in Physics, creating the largest group of Physics researchers in the UK. It is also intended as a single "front door" for potential staff, sponsors, and industrial collaborators.

    The alliance brings together internationally leading physics research across Scotland to form the largest physics grouping in the UK. Major research themes being pursued are astronomy, condensed matter and materials physics, nuclear and plasma physics, elementary particles, photonics and physics and life sciences.
    Eight Fully Funded Prize PhD Studentships

    A graduate holding a diplomaThe Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA) is offering up to eight fully funded PhD studentships for outstanding students from anywhere in the world. These prestigious and competitive awards are intended to attract outstanding students to study for a PhD in Scotland. Applicants will be registered for a PhD in physics at one of the participating Universities - Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt, Glasgow, Paisley, St Andrews and Strathclyde. An excellent training environment will be provided by the SUPA Graduate School, giving candidates access to a wide range of courses across Scotland.

    SUPA is looking to recruit the best early stage researchers from a world-wide market to come to Scotland and help drive the research agenda in physics.

    Online Application for the SUPA Prize Studentships

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