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Support from BT and NPL for EPSRC fellowship applications

last modified Oct 31, 2017 10:36 AM
BT and NPL are keen to support UK postdocs applying for EPSRC fellowships related to ICT metrology.

As part of BT's Tommy Flowers Institute and NPL's Post Graduate Institute, the two organisations are interested in supporting postdoctoral applications to the EPSRC's fellowships scheme.

BT and NPL would like to encourage fellowship proposals in topics related to ICT metrology that cross multiple EPSRC themes.

Neither BT nor NPL will play any part in the selection process for the awarding of EPSRC fellowships, but they hope that potential applicants:

  • will benefit from understanding the research direction shared by two significant research organisations
  • can refine their research proposals in discussion with BT and NPL researchers
  • can include letters-of-support from both BT and NPL in their submission to EPSRC.

If successful, EPSRC fellows will be able to work with BT and NPL's researchers and facilities at Adastral Park and Teddington.

To help steer potential fellowship applications, BT and NPL have defined these four joint statements of interest. They invite potential applicants to engage with them around these topics and can line up expert research champions from both organisations to help guide the proposals.

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