DTP 2018-19 Swansea University

Lead Research Organisation: Swansea University
Department Name: Director of Finance


True to the vision of its industrial founders determined in 1920, Swansea University delivers worldclass research with global, societal impact, drives economic growth in the region and nationally and retains a fixed focus upon providing an inspirational and outstanding student experience.

In particular, postgraduate research is an integral aspect of the University's vision for its long-term future. It has an ambitious plan for growth, improvement to the research environment and support for PGR students, set out in our recently revised Research & Innovation Strategy (2017-2020).

The EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) 2018/19 enables Swansea University to expand its training and support of the next generation of researchers across Engineering and the Physical Sciences, through pioneering fields as diverse as antimatter and quantum technologies in healthcare, to the design of the Bloodhound supersonic car and photovoltaic devices. The EPSRC DTP investment supports approximately 18 studentships per year for new doctoral students, and enables the University to continue to enhance its strong track record of collaborative partnerships with industry and academia. Swansea is committed to distributing these opportunities to disciplines that align both with EPSRC's priority areas and with the University's research strengths. Studentships will be available in and across the boundaries of three disciplines: Engineering, Science (including Mathematics) and Medicine.

College of Engineering: is based at Swansea University's £450M Bay Campus (opened in 2015), featuring four buildings dedicated to engineering with high-tech laboratories and world-class facilities geared towards industrial research. The College hosts the Materials and Manufacturing Academy (M2A), a Centre for Doctoral Training fully funded by EPSRC, WEFO and industry, the world-leading Energy Safety Research Institute and the Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering.

College of Science: integrates research in Physics, Chemistry (reinstated in 2017/18), Computer Science, Mathematics, Biosciences and Geography. Phase 2 of the Bay Campus development includes the Computational Foundry (open from September 2018), a £31M investment to nurture and grow a dedicated community of computational and mathematical scientists.

Swansea University Medical School: enhances the portfolio of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Swansea through the £22M Centre for Nanohealth, a unique open access interdisciplinary research centre bringing together industry experts with researchers in Science, Engineering and Medicine to lead innovations in healthcare and the £8M purpose-built Data Science Building serves as a hub for interdisciplinary research into health services, bioscience, epidemiology, computer science, mathematics and physics.

Typically, EPSRC DTP studentships are advertised from December (for an October start) with decisions usually made by April. Details of PhD projects and specific timescales for applying can be found here: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/

General information about applying for PhD study at Swansea University is available here: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/apply/


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Studentship Projects

Project Reference Relationship Related To Start End Student Name
EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/09/2023
2120171 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 31/12/2021 Rhiannon Beadman
2136243 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/06/2022 Carys Angharad Worsley
2105465 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/06/2022 Klaudia Alicja Rejnhard
2112601 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/09/2020 Christopher Evans
2129099 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 31/03/2022 Ben Alexander Wilson
2119774 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 31/12/2021 Rhodri Owen Owen
2131954 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/06/2022 Javier Delgado Gallardo
2107281 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/09/2022 Michael Allan
2136203 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 26/06/2020 Adam Salter
2203164 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 30/06/2022 Joshua Greatorex-Davies
2120257 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2018 31/12/2021 Edyta Paczkowska
2162759 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/01/2019 30/09/2022 Rhydian Wyn Lewis
2166784 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/01/2019 31/12/2021 Victoria Higginbotham
2204164 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/04/2019 30/09/2022 Jude Alexander Worthy
2224433 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/04/2019 30/09/2022 Joanna Maria Peszka
2226719 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2019 05/11/2019 Jonathan Abraham
2227382 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2019 31/03/2023 Hassan Gharib Eshkiki
2236572 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2019 31/12/2022 James William Maxwell
2227486 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2019 31/12/2022 Jane Caroline Allwright
2277126 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2019 30/06/2023 Matthew Ritchie
2280387 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2019 31/03/2023 Filippos Pankekis
2276604 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2019 31/03/2023 Phillip Thomas John
2280358 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2019 30/06/2023 Carlos Baptista de Lima
2278160 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2019 30/06/2023 Alexander Doolin
2277274 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2019 30/06/2023 Tomas Dutko
2319594 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/01/2020 30/06/2023 Anna Michalak
2319548 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/01/2020 16/06/2024 Alex Cornell-Thorne
2319539 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/01/2020 30/09/2023 Jacob Jared Asher
2377441 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/04/2020 30/09/2023 Shaun Jonathan Laing
2397233 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2020 31/12/2023 Adam George Francis
2404261 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2020 31/12/2023 Ben Matthew Flude
2397282 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2020 31/12/2023 Matthew Matthew Pagett
2397255 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2020 31/12/2023 Henry Apsey
2397289 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/07/2020 31/12/2023 James Daniel Ellis
2615939 Studentship EP/R51312X/1 01/10/2020 30/09/2023 Sean Lethbridge