DTP 2016-2017 University of Surrey

Lead Research Organisation: University of Surrey
Department Name: Finance and Financial Management

Abstract

The University of Surrey supports around 1,200 postgraduate researchers (PGRs) studying for the degree of PhD. Full time (30-48 Months), part time (60-96 Months) or collaborative options are available. The EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) supports training opportunities across a broad range of subjects including Electronics, Physics, Chemistry, Civil/Chemical/Mechanical/Aerospace/Environmental Engineering, Computing, Mathematics, Sociology and Psychology. The University maintains a research directory (www.surrey.ac.uk/research) and more details on postgraduate research opportunities by subject here www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/research.
The DTP provides funding for excellence in terms of research topic and candidate. PGRs studying for a PhD typically start in Oct but studentships are advertised throughout the year on the universities website (https://jobs.surrey.ac.uk/) as well as external subject dependant press. However, high calibre students can apply for funded positions at any time by contacting the relevant units of research (www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/research). General enquires should be addressed to admissions@surrey.ac.uk or for DTP specific opportunities to FEPS-gradschool@surrey.ac.uk. Funding is normally provided for 36 months with the opportunity to apply for up to a 6 month extension.
As well as offering a high quality research training experience, our DTPs have the following features.
Industrial collaboration. Industrial collaboration pervades all aspects of work at Surrey. Almost all our UG courses offer an optional year-long industry placement. Over the last 5 years we have worked with more than 2,300 employers and are regularly in the top two Higher Education Institutions for graduate employability. We were pioneers in postgraduate training and have championed the Engineering Doctorate. We emphasise the value of industrial collaboration within the DTP offering part-funded collaborative PhD and CASE studentships. Companies interested in collaborative postgraduate research should contact either a member of staff in a relevant subject area or FEPS-gradschool@surrey.ac.uk.
Doctoral Prizes. Doctoral training prizes provide the opportunity for high calibre scientists to start their academic careers following completion of a PhD. Each year we fund 3 or 4 prizes to retain leading stars and attract new talent to Surrey with a view to generating impact from their research. Potential candidates should contact FEPS-gradschool@surrey.ac.uk.
Vacation Bursaries. DTP funding also provides up to 15 vacation bursaries which are offered to budding new scientists during their undergraduate studies. These bursaries provide a 10 week summer placement in a research environment to experience life at the coal face of research and gain work experience not on offer outside of academia. Interested students should contact a member of staff in a relevant subject area as applications need to be endorsed by a member of staff (see www.surrey.ac.uk/research).
Researcher Development Programme (RDP): provides a range of workshops and support mechanisms for both PhD postgraduate and early career researchers. It has twice been shortlisted for the THE awards. To choose just two areas of note, there are workshops that specifically help with the PhD (thesis writing, managing supervisors, viva process) as well as those developing broader transferable skills (presentation skills, CV writing, impact). The RDP team also provide one-to-one support. To find out more visit www.surrey.ac.uk/library/research/
While the majority of DTP funding is allocated to UK students, funding is available to support high calibre candidates from overseas. These studentships are highly competitive and selected by internal competition. It is therefore important that candidates apply early in the academic year (autumn) to identify a suitable project and supervisor. The selection process runs in February for an October start of the same year.

Publications

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Studentship Projects

Project Reference Relationship Related To Start End Student Name
EP/N509772/1 01/10/2016 30/09/2021
1976250 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/07/2016 31/12/2020 ELIZABETH LEGGE
1802706 Studentship EP/N509772/1 26/09/2016 31/03/2020 Jacob Brooks
1802758 Studentship EP/N509772/1 26/09/2016 31/03/2020 Thomas Rhys O'Neill
1817199 Studentship EP/N509772/1 26/09/2016 31/03/2020 Rebecca Allday
1815219 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2016 31/07/2020 Gianmarco Addari
1970848 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/01/2017 31/12/2019 Alessandro Scamarcio
1846031 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/01/2017 30/06/2020 Lucas Leander Kob
1855512 Studentship EP/N509772/1 02/01/2017 31/12/2019 Philippa Demonte
1842841 Studentship EP/N509772/1 09/01/2017 31/12/2020 JANE VICTORIA LYLE
2021098 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/04/2017 30/06/2020 DONATO MARIA PALERMO
1970767 Studentship EP/N509772/1 03/04/2017 30/09/2020 LORENZO Raspollini
1976273 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/07/2017 30/09/2020 BENJAMIN IQBAL KYFFIN
1911314 Studentship EP/N509772/1 03/07/2017 31/12/2020 Kristian Stockbridge
1922310 Studentship EP/N509772/1 03/07/2017 30/10/2020 Cameron Underwood
1911135 Studentship EP/N509772/1 03/07/2017 31/12/2020 Max Cykiert
1911140 Studentship EP/N509772/1 03/07/2017 30/09/2020 Richard Cykiert Spalding
1949806 Studentship EP/N509772/1 03/07/2017 31/03/2021 Ashveer Stott
1946866 Studentship EP/N509772/1 25/09/2017 31/03/2021 Holly-May Lewis
1947707 Studentship EP/N509772/1 25/09/2017 31/01/2021 Margarita Panagiotidou
1976240 Studentship EP/N509772/1 25/09/2017 30/09/2020 LEWIS BRIDGEMAN
1976218 Studentship EP/N509772/1 25/09/2017 30/09/2020 TURAB IQBAL
1947341 Studentship EP/N509772/1 25/09/2017 31/12/2020 Eftychia Maria Mavrogiannaki
1947914 Studentship EP/N509772/1 25/09/2017 30/09/2020 Matteo Toso
1944689 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2017 30/09/2020 Josephine Dorothy Solowiej-Wedderburn
1942698 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2017 31/03/2021 Nicholas Jack Burgess
1941649 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2017 31/03/2021 Marcel Dengler
1946872 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2017 31/03/2021 Daniel Hill
1944033 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2017 31/01/2021 Marine Diana
1990674 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/01/2018 01/01/2021 Rachel Moloney
1990423 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/01/2018 01/01/2021 JOHNNI Bech
2079783 Studentship EP/N509772/1 02/07/2018 01/07/2021 Eva Bestelink
2078546 Studentship EP/N509772/1 02/07/2018 30/06/2021 Ammarah Farooq
2116920 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 31/10/2021 MASON MALLOY
2115558 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 MATTHEW FAULKNER
2116075 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 Mateus Gallucci-Masteghin
2114902 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 MATTHEW BAILEY
2116510 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 31/03/2022 LUCY JACKSON
2105107 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 Wesley Guy Buxton
2116997 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 IHTASHAM SALAM
2105175 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 David Douwe Hendriks
2119900 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 Nathanael HO Leung
2124242 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 Edward Yendle Barwise
2115443 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 30/09/2021 YUSUF DUMAN
2117413 Studentship EP/N509772/1 24/09/2018 18/12/2021 DAISY SHEARER
2120049 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2018 30/09/2021 Christopher Ridden
2120152 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/10/2018 30/09/2021 Tommaso Macrelli
2197029 Studentship EP/N509772/1 01/01/2019 31/12/2021 Andrew Bailey