PhD Studentships: Cybersecurity, IoT, Sensors, and Autonomous Vehicles
While open topic submissions are welcome (if you would like to check the suitability of your proposed topic before submitting an application please email Professor Shane Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org), a list of pre-set topics have also been proposed, with topics including: Measuring and countering breaches and information theft facilitated by the IoT, Anticipating and governing new threats around autonomous vehicles, and Development of Novel Dry-tagging Technologies.
These awards are open to Home/EU fee paying students, and each award covers full stipend of approx. £17,500 per annum for three or four years, full Home/EU fees, plus conference travel/project funds of £1000 per annum.
Applications are due by 15th July 2020, however early applications are encouraged. You can learn more at: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/security-crime-science/study/postgraduate-research/phd-scholarships