EPSRC Vacation Internships 2023
The University is currently recruiting 16 undergraduate students for the Schools of Chemistry, Computing Science, Engineering, Mathematics & Statistics and Physics & Astronomy to work on a research project over the summer, under the EPSRC Vacation Internship scheme.
The scheme supports undergraduate students to gain practical first-hand experience of research and encourages them to consider a research career. Students receive a salary of £486 per week (assuming satisfactory engagement with their research) and carry out a project lasting eight to ten weeks during the summer holiday. All students will be invited to a reception in September at which they will be required to present their research.
Students should be in the middle years of a first degree within EPSRC's remit, and able to fulfil EPSRC doctoral training grant eligibility requirements by the end of their undergraduate degree (i.e be classified as home/EU for fee purposes).
Applications should be submitted to email@example.com by Sunday 28th of May 2023. Projects will commence in early July (to be confirmed on discussion with the supervisor).
Projects are available across the Schools as follows:
School of Chemistry
|Dr Alex Loch and Prof Dave Adams|
|Dr Nicola Bell and Dr Gerardo Aragon Camarasa|
|Dr Affar Karimullah and Dr Haralampos Moiras|
School of Computing Science
|Dr Pejman Saeghe|
|Dr Sebastian Stein|
School of Engineering
|Dr Christopher Brown and Dr Isa Kolo|
|Dr Fiheon Imroze|
|Dr Simeon Skopalik and Dr Manlio Tassieri|
|Dr Paul Harvey|
|Dr Marta Vignola and Dr Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay|
|Dr Lina Mohjazi|
School of Mathematics & Statistics
|Dr Jay Mackenzie|
|Dr Chris Bruce|
School of Physics & Astronomy
|Novel CMOS Sensors for Near Infra-Red Imaging and Spectroscopy||
Dr Dima Maneuski
Dr Akhil Kallepalli and Dr Manlio Tassieri
|Minimally invasive 3D visible imaging for medical applications||
Dr Steven Honson and Dr Peter Mekhail