[Protein-crystallography] Graduate studentship Oxford

Mike Glazer glazer at physics.ox.ac.uk
Fri Mar 31 09:49:56 EST 2006


Industry-Linked D. Phil. Research Studentship

Condensed Matter Sub-department

Clarendon Laboratory

Parks Road

Oxford OX1 3PU

United Kingdom

We are seeking a suitably qualified student in the UK or EU to work on a new 
research project in the Crystallography Group at the Clarendon Laboratory, 
University of Oxford, leading to the D. Phil. degree, beginning in October 

The primary purpose of the project, which will be sponsored by industry will 
be to research and develop novel computer software for use in the field of 
x-ray powder diffraction.  Candidates should have a good knowledge of 
mathematics and an interest and experience in computer software. In addition 
they should have a background in the natural sciences, such as physics, 
chemistry or possibly in computer sciences. The studentship will cover 
University and College fees throughout the period of the project, plus the 
normal graduate maintenance stipend, which at the present time is £12300 per 
year. Applications should reach the department by May 1st 2006.

The application form can be downloaded from the University web-site 
www.admin.ox.ac.uk/postgraduate/apply/forms,  and after completion it should 
be sent directly to Mrs Janet Andrews, Department of Physics, University of 
Oxford, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PU, UK. Queries about the application 
procedure should be directed to j.andrews1 at physics.ox.ac.uk

Further information about the project itself can be obtained by contacting 
Professor Mike Glazer (email: glazer at physics.ox.ac.uk).

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