We are keen to hear from aspiring PhD candidates with outstanding academic records. If you fulfill our academic and English language requirements (see below), you are encouraged to contact our director, Dr Panagiotis Angeloudis, for a preliminary discussion.
We also recommend reviewing the general admission information provided on the central College website.
We assess new applications based on the following three criteria:
A non-exhaustive list of topics that we are currently interested in is as follows:
Our list of recent publications might provide you with further ideas regarding potential research topics that are currently of interest to our group.
Please refer to this page for the minimum admission requirements used at Imperial College London. We expect successful candidates to possess a first-class Master’s-level degree (or non-UK equivalent).
A variety of scholarships are available, and further information on key dates and eligibility requirements can be found at the following links:
Please keep in mind that these programs are highly competitive, and we will only nominate applicants who graduated with summa cum laude honors (top 1-3% of their year). Many of our students also receive funding through scholarship schemes from their home countries—please inform us if you have identified such a scheme.
Due to the limited number of PhD positions available in our group each year, we strongly encourage potential applicants to submit their applications as early as possible.
Additionally, if you wish to be considered for any internal scholarships, please consult the relevant pages for specific deadlines that may apply.
We do not currently have direct funding available for postdocs and research fellows. However, if you would like to propose a collaboration based on an externally-funded post-doctoral scholarship, please get in touch.
Some indicative schemes within the remit of our research are:
We welcome applications for summer internships from students currently studying towards an undergraduate engineering, mathematics or computer science degree in the United Kingdom.