Innovation in a Multidisciplinary PhD Programme:
An Insight into our Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Photonic Integration & Advanced Data Storage (PIADS)
This short webinar will take place on Thursday 22nd March 2018, 2pm - 3pm GMT
With Dr Caryn Hughes, CDT PIADS External Engagement Manager
The Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Photonic Integration and Advanced Data Storage is a partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Glasgow which aims to tackle some of the challenges created by the increasing quantities of data generated by today's society.
During this Webinar - which will last approximately 40 minutes - Dr Hughes will be outlining PhD opportunities for September 2018 start, commenting on how the programme can drive your Career path from Data Storage, Communications or Bioscience.
The Webinar presentation will then conclude with a brief description of the various modules of study within our CDT in Photonic Integration and Advanced Data Storage and how these fit into the structure of the programme as a whole.
During the Webinar, attendees will have an opportunity to submit questions which will be answered in full by Dr Hughes before the end of the session.
You can register for this event using the simple form below. In the meantime, if you would like any further information on this webinar or on our CDT in Photonic Integration & Advanced Data Storage, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why Queen's University?
The UK's ninth oldest university, Queen's is a member of the Russell Group of 24 leading UK research-intensive institutions. Queen's is also in the top 1% of the world's universities (QS World University Rankings 2018/ Webometrics.info) with almost 2000 international students from 59 different countries.
Over 93% of Queen’s graduates are in employment or further study 6 months after graduation (HESA Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey, 2014/15).
Belfast is one of Europe’s most friendly and fashionable regional capitals. Described by Lonely Planet as a ‘must-see visitor destination’, it was also voted one of the UK’s top ten destinations by Tripadvisor in 2015 (Travellers’ Choice Awards) and named the best UK city in The Guardian and Observer Travel Awards (2016).
In Mercer's 2016 Worldwide Cost of Living survey, Belfast was recognised as having the lowest cost of living in the UK, making it an ideal city in which to live, work and study.
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