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PhD studentship in Electrical Engineering at Nottingham Trent U.

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The Nottingham Trent University

Faculty of Engineering and Computing
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering


Graduates with degrees in Electrical Engineering, Physics or Mathematics are invited to apply for a three-year PhD studentship in the optimisation of microstrip frequency selective structures (FSS) and antenna arrays which are widely used in microwave telecommunications. The aim of the project is to develop optimisation software in order to improve the FSS and antenna array performance. As part of the work, wavelets will be employed to improve the speed of computations. The validity of the developed software will be verified through measurements. A network of UNIX workstations and microwave measurement facilities up to 40GHz are available. The project will greatly benefit from an existing work in designing and fabricating FSS and antennas which is supported by UK institutions.

Your application should include:

A CV listing the results/grades of all higher education examinations and professional qualifications taken.

A brief description of any projects you have undertaken.

Applications and Enquiries should be addressed to:
Dr Christos Mias (Ref: CM0509)
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
The Nottingham Trent University
Burton Street
Nottingham NG1 4BU
United Kingdom
Tel. 00 44 115 8482069 Fax: 00 44 115 9486567

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