Work Opportunities with Micro & Nano Flows
Enthusiastic and talented researchers are encouraged to apply for Postdoctoral Fellowships and PhD Scholarships to join our vibrant collaborative Micro and Nanoflows for Engineering network. A number of potential funding routes exist, depending on the applicant’s circumstances, and these can be explored by contacting us at ‘email@example.com‘.
Potential funding routes include:
- Commonwealth Rutherford Fellowships
- EPSRC Fellowships
- European Commission Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowships (supporting applications from outside UK)
- Fulbright Commission Awards (for US citizens)
- Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships
- Newton International Fellowships (for early-career researchers from China, India, Mexico or Turkey)
- Royal Commission of 1851 Research Fellowships
- Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin and University Research Fellowships
Below are some possible sources of funding for PhD and PDRAs. Please update whenever you find a new source or have more details of an existing one. Eligibility is often unclear, so if in doubt email the appropriate contact and then update the details below.
- access to ARCHER – there are 2 RAP calls for 2017 for 6 – 12 months of access to ARCHER, funded by EPSRC
- embedded CSE (eCSE) support – only one eCSE call remains (see here); this call provides money to employ PDRAs/computational scientists to help maintain software sustainability and that runs on ARCHER
- American Physical Society, DFD meeting – usually provide travel grants (see specific conference)
- EUROMECH – provide support for Fluids Conference and Workshops (see specific conference)
- EPSRC international travel awards
- Institute of Physics Research Student Conference Fund (members only)
- EUROMECH who currently fund the European Postgraduate Fluid Dynamics Conference (an event you may consider bringing to your institution).
- Institute of Advanced Study in Warwick, a range of funding.
- London Mathematical Society funding for Postgraduate Research Conference Grants (organise for and by PhD students).