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Department of Physics and Astronomy

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SIGHPC Computational and Data Science fellowship

Supporting underrepresented groups in computing who are less than halfway through their PhD studies.

We are proud to support the SIGHPC Computational and Data Science fellowship programme, designed to increase the diversity of students pursuing research in data science and computational science who are less than halfway through their PhD studies.

SIGHPC Computational and Data Science fellowship

Status: Opens March - closes April, yearly

Application process: In preparation for the funder deadline, we invite expressions of interest from those wishing to apply for the Computational and Data Science fellowship with our Physics and Astronomy Department.

Expression of interest

To ensure the submission of high-quality proposals, the department conducts an internal selection process for all major fellowship applications. It is essential to reach out early to discuss potential alignment with our funding schemes and departmental goals.

For schemes with a limited number of applicants per university, please submit a brief expression of interest (1-2 pages) for review by our academic leads. If you require guidance, our leads are available for advice. In some instances, a further sift will occur at the faculty or university-wide level.

Our internal selection process holistically assesses candidates, disregarding factors such as years since PhD, PhD institution, national origin, number of publications, or protected characteristics, unless mandated by funders.

We advise you to email your expression of interest to our fellowship support team as soon as possible and well in advance of the funder deadline.

Email us your interest

We support a range of fellowships

Our Physics Department supports postdoctoral, tenure-track, and established researchers in their fields, including Wolfson Visiting fellowships.

Physics fellowships we support