4 PhD positions @ U.o.Birmingham Space Environment & Radio Engineering (SERENE)

PhD Positions in Space Environment & Radio Engineering (SERENE), School of Engineering, University of Birmingham

The successful applicants will join a large and growing Space Environment research group (https://spaceweather.bham.ac.uk/) spanning research interests from atmosphere-ionosphere coupling to thermospheric modelling to magnetospheric and space science & engineering, and the subsequent societally important space weather impacts of these systems.

The 4 projects advertised are as follows

Plasma wave-particle interactions for space physics and space weather
Info & Apply here
Lead supervisor Dr Oliver Allanson (o.d.allanson@bham.ac.uk)
(***Application deadline on this project is Friday 24th March 2023***)

Statistics for Space Weather
Info & Apply here 
Lead Supervisor Dr Sean Elvidge (s.elvidge@bham.ac.uk)

Modelling the Upper Atmosphere for Space Weather
Info & Apply here
Lead Supervisor Dr Sean Elvidge (s.elvidge@bham.ac.uk)

Toward next generation space environment modeling capability
Info & Apply here
Lead Supervisor Dr David Themens (d.r.themens@bham.ac.uk)

We want our PhD student cohorts to reflect our diverse society. The University of Birmingham is committed to widening the diversity of our PhD student cohorts. UoB studentships are open to all and we particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups, including, but not limited to BAME, disabled and neuro-diverse candidates. We also welcome applications for part-time study.

Please do contact us with any questions.

With kind regards,
On behalf of SERENE
Twitter: @UoBSERENE
Web: https://spaceweather.bham.ac.uk/