PhD positions in particle physics and cosmology in the Physics Department of King's College London
We announce the availability of PhD positions in the Theoretical Physics and Cosmology Group in the Physics Department of King's College London, starting in the autumn of 2014.
Positions may be made available to the group via funds from King's College London and other sources to work on other topics among the research interests of members of the Theoretical Physics and Cosmology Group, which includes Bobby Acharya, Jean Alexandre, John Ellis, Malcolm Fairbairn, Eugene Lim, Nick Mavromatos, Mairi Sakellariadou and Sarben Sarkar. These topics include particle phenomenology, dark matter, astroparticle physics, quantum gravity and theoretical cosmology.
PhD applications submitted before the January 10th 2014 deadline will be automatically considered for a Graduate School studentship.
To be eligible for a full studentship (stipend plus fees), applicants must be a UK resident for a period of 3 years immediately prior to the date of application for an award. Residents of other member states of the European Union are eligible for fees-only awards. Full criteria is available at the STFC website and the KCL Department of Mathematics will check all applicants for eligibility.
All PhD applicants are automatically considered for these awards when they apply to the KCL Physics Department, providing that they have applied before 1 February 2014. No separate application form is required.
Please visit our 'Funding your PhD' webpage for further details.
To apply to these and any other PhD positions please fill in the application form, mentioning that you would like to study in our subgroup. For more details on funding opportunities and all other PhD admissions enquiries, contact Jean Alexandre.