DTP 2020-2021 Cardiff University

Lead Research Organisation: Cardiff University
Department Name: Sch of Psychology


The Cardiff University EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership will offer over 50 PhD studentships across 2020-22, including 5 CASE Awards. They will be available across a range of topics, mainly focusing on cross disciplinary research in areas such as: materials; artificial intelligence, data science, cyber security and applications; mobility, sustainability and resources; engineering to improve life quality and environment; health, physical and mathematical sciences, and; interdisciplinary practice and the creative industries. Successful students will benefit from excellent local research environments and a comprehensive programme of research, personal and professional skills development delivered by the University's Doctoral Academy.

This DTP award will be used to support delivery of Cardiff University's research strategy that aligns specifically with the recent EPSRC Delivery Plan. Central to the DTP strategic delivery is the establishment of 5-6 new interdisciplinary Doctoral Training Hubs, supporting research aligned to major EPSRC-related grand challenges, including the enabling of greater collaboration across the biomedical and physical sciences and engineering disciplines. Funding will also be ring-fenced to support innovative and novel studentship opportunities, as well as ensuring support for the health of key disciplines: including the mathematical and physical sciences, engineering and ICT.

It is our objective to train the next generation of research leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs including those who wish to work at the intersection with other major disciplines areas. We will deliver this by: fostering interdisciplinary research; hosting cohort building activities encouraging student interactions across disciplines; and engendering a commitment to research excellence, integrity and impact; and explorations of new ways of thinking.

We will equip students with advanced research skills, supported by expert supervision, a dynamic research culture and well-funded infrastructure. Our multidisciplinary facilities provide an excellent ecosystem for high quality collaborative research in partnership with public and private sector partners such as UKRI, regional government, medical charities and industry. Selected examples of multimillion pound investment in internationally leading infrastructure and facilities at Cardiff University include the Brain Imaging Centre (CUBRIC); the Wales Research and Diagnostic PET Imaging Centre (PETIC); Cardiff Medicentre (biotech/medtech business incubator); the Accelerate project (South Wales collaboration translating innovative ideas into products and services for the health and care sector), and the Cardiff University Biobank.

For Prospective Students:
PhD projects will be promoted on a dedicated website, where prospective applicants can also sign-up to receive email updates: https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/funding/funding-options/research-councils/epsrc-studentships . Information will be available on the recruitment timeline, application process, entry requirements and points of contact. We welcome applicants with a variety experiences and backgrounds, and we are committed to equality, diversity and inclusivity. For general information about undertaking a PhD at Cardiff University, see: https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/postgraduate

For Academic Staff:
Our UKRI intranet pages will provide information on getting involved or academics can contact the Doctoral Academy: Doctoral-Academy@Cardiff.ac.uk . An Expression of Interest call for interdisciplinary DT Hubs will be advertised to university academic staff in Autumn 2019, alongside our proposed series of responsive mode calls for studentships. Both will be open to all academics working in fields aligned to the EPSRC strategy. The Doctoral Academy Head of Development will administer all decision making processes, with PVC Research (with responsibility for PGR) chairing selection panels.


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Studentship Projects

Project Reference Relationship Related To Start End Student Name
EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 29/09/2025
2440359 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 29/06/2024 Lucy Maybury
2430957 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Freya Anna Turley
2440160 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 James Lofty
2437324 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 26/06/2024 Gemma Francees Muller
2417223 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 22/06/2024 Elizabeth Ellison
2435987 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Samuel James Hannah
2434545 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Ozan Aksakal
2436019 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Oscar Finegan
2435101 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Matthew James Hutchings
2558593 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Philippe Yan Hergibo
2435656 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Peter Michael Herbert
2441271 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Angharad Miles
2440084 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Rachael Joyce
2440185 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 29/09/2024 Louis Barber
2426065 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 13/10/2024 Luke Hall
2426460 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Kyriaki karagianni
2417325 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Emily Paige Judd-Cooper
2440061 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Joseph Cannon
2440537 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 29/09/2024 Krztsztof Sebastian Jukubiak
2418829 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Taylor Benton Young
2435440 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2020 31/03/2024 Mahdie Hamdan
2316393 Studentship EP/T517951/1 04/01/2021 29/06/2024 Layla Sadeghi Namaghi
2493031 Studentship EP/T517951/1 04/01/2021 29/06/2024 Emily Lewis
2569487 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/06/2021 16/07/2025 Lauren Mai Swain
2601155 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 29/09/2025 Charlotte Louise Marshall
2601534 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Prachi Sahjwani
2601662 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 George Mcpherson
2598074 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 13/04/2025 Sanyam Vyas
2579182 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Shobhna Singh
2579174 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Owen Evans
2602147 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 29/09/2028 Emma Clare Hopkins
2600319 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 29/09/2025 Dushani Darshika Herath Mudiyanselage
2598925 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Victoria Elisabeth Marcinkiewicz
2601327 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 23/12/2025 Matthew andrew Howells
2597921 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Iryna Berynk
2587228 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Alexandra Ibbott
2599521 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Yuanbang Liang
2598935 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Yan Shan Tai
2593443 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Thomas Allison
2599523 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Vasilis Ieropoulos
2598855 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Katherine Blanter
2598912 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 27/07/2022 Jacob Christopher Bretherick
2588819 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Jasmine Hind
2598918 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Emily Isabella Malet-Lambert
2592665 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Hannah Mary Baird
2579178 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/09/2021 30/03/2025 Alexander Richard Osypiw
2634248 Studentship EP/T517951/1 01/01/2022 28/12/2025 Benjamin Wellburn
2709753 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/06/2022 31/12/2025 Maciej Aleksander Sikora
2709202 Studentship EP/T517951/1 30/06/2022 31/12/2025 Ellie Payce