The University of Dublin has a PhD vacancy in Antennas for biomedical applications for the academic year 2011-2012.

Project Description: The principle tasks will include the electro-magnetic modelling of antenna structures and environment (solar cell), prototype manufacture and measurements to validate designs. The facilities are all located in the DIT but collaboration with a European University is envisaged. Interested candidates should hold a first or upper second class honours degree in Electronic Engineering or related discipline. Applicants who hold research masters in the area are welcome. Experience with antenna simulation tools would be advantageous.

Benefits: €16,000 per annum for four years and all registration fees covered for four years.

Funding Agency: Higher Education Authority - Ireland

Student Requirements: BSc (Hons), BEng, MEng or MSc in Antennas or Electronic Communications Engineering

Supervisor: Dr Max Ammann

Application details to the PhD Position in Antennas, University of Dublin, Ireland can be found on University of Dublin website.

For further information please contact the Graduate Research School at the following email:

Application deadline to the PhD Position in Antennas for biomedical applications, University of Dublin, Ireland is 30 June, 2011.

Please mention on your application while applying for this scholarship.

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