- Adam Greig (Ph.D)
- Pavan Srinath (post-doc)
- Hafiz Azman
- Yujean Khapkin
- Ellen Davies (graduated 2014)
Ph.D positions: If you have a strong mathematical background (especially in probability) and are interested in doing a PhD in information theory and coding, feel free to contact me. I will do my best to reply, but due to the high volume of email I receive, I may not be able to respond quickly.
Information about applying for a Ph.D in the Department of Engineering can be found here. Funding for Ph.D students is available from various sources including the Cambridge Trusts for international students, CHESS for students from the EU, and EPSRC doctoral training awards for UK students. Applying early is highly recommended; here are the funding deadlines.
Note: I do not have any summer internship opportunities available.
Postdoctoral Positions: There are number of fellowships available for postdoctoral research at Cambridge.
- Marie Curie fellowships are available to researchers from both European and non-European countries.
- The Newton International Fellowships are available to non-UK candidates.
- The Royal Society of Engineering has research fellowships which provide funding for five years.
- The EPSRC also has a postdoctoral fellowship scheme.
Most of these fellowships require a research proposal submitted with the support of the host organization (Cambridge University, in this case). If you are looking for a postdoctoral position and your research interests overlap with mine, feel free to contact me. In addition to these fellowships, I may have funds available for postdoctoral positions in the future. A number of the Cambridge colleges also sponsor Junior Research Fellowships to support recent Ph.D graduates. Additional details are usually available on the individual college websites. Here is one such scheme.