Four Fully funded PhD Studentships at CASA

CASA, the lab where digital urban is based, is please to announce the availability of 4 fully funded PhD studentships are now available at CASA/Department of Geography.

Starting October 2008, applications now invited from suitably qualified candidates for these ESRC/EPSRC awards in the following areas:

ESRC PhD award in collaboration with ESRI (UK) Ltd on the topic ‘Measuring and monitoring population diversity and spatial concentration: GeoWeb 2.0 solutions’.
£18,940 pa tax-free stipend* plus tuition fees.

Enquiries: Dr Pablo Mateos (p.mateos@ucl.ac.uk).

ESRC PhD award in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police Service on the topic ‘Real time geodemographics for reassurance policing and crime prevention’.
£18,940 pa tax-free stipend* plus tuition fees.

Enquiries: Dr Alex Singleton (a.singleton@ucl.ac.uk).

ESRC PhD linked to the GENESIS project: Generative E-Social Science. See www.genesis.ucl.ac.uk for details.
£17,940 pa tax-free enhanced stipend* plus tuition fees.

Enquiries: Professor Michael Batty (m.batty@ucl.ac.uk).

EPSRC PhD award in Urban and Regional Modelling.
£17,000 pa tax-free stipend* plus tuition fees.

Enquiries: Professor Sir Alan Wilson (a.g.wilson@ucl.ac.uk).

Due to funding restrictions, only candidates satisfying ESRC/EPSRC residency requirements may apply.

* To be eligible for the stipend, EU candidates are required to have established UK residency.

Application Procedure

Please email a covering letter, stating which award(s) you wish to be considered for, along with your CV to Christiane Morgan (christiane.morgan@ucl.ac.uk).

Further details on each studentship and their respective eligibility criteria are available from the CASA website: www.casa.ucl.ac.uk.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 27th June 2008.

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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