Understanding null tissue effects of nanosecond electroporation (pulsed electric fields)
Location: Bangor University, School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering
Project ID: BUK2E053
Annual Stipend: £11,937
Application Deadline: Monday 12th December 2022
A competitive KESS 2 studentship is available to an excellent student to fund an Research Masters degree in Engineering. The studentship provides a stipend of £11,937 with a fee waiver for BU tuition fees.
The Research Masters degree in Engineering uses a multi-disciplinary, research-based approach to teach postgraduate researchers the skills needed to pursue a research career in academia, industry or research institutes. The research project is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the schools Computer Science and Electronic Engineering and industry partner Creo Medical.
The research is a mix of computer modelling and computer simulations and practical research in the design and development of a concept medical device that harness pulsed electric fields or nanosecond electroporation energy. This bases of this work is electromagnetic theory.
Applicants are expected to hold a BSc degree equivalent to a UK 2.2 in a relevant subject (i.e. Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics).
To apply for this studentship, please e-mail a CV, a degree transcript and a covering letter detailing your motivation and experience with research, along with one reference letter to Ilan Davies (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) and cc to Penny Dowdney email@example.com. The closing date for applications is 12/12/2022.
The scholarships are sponsored by Creo Medical (https://creomedical.com/). At Creo Medical we are dedicated to improving patient outcomes by bringing advanced energy to the emerging field of advanced therapeutic endoscopy. Our innovative technology platform combines bipolar RF and Microwave Energy for tissue dissection, resection, ablation and coagulation in a single integrated unit.
KESS 2 East is a pan-Wales higher level skills initiative led by Bangor University on behalf of the HE sector in Wales. It is part funded by the Welsh Government’s European Social Fund (ESF) convergence programme for East Wales.
Due to ESF funding, eligibility restrictions apply to this scholarship. To be eligible, the successful candidate will need to be resident in East Wales on University registration, and must have the right to work in the region on qualification.