PhD at Royal Holloway: Cybersecurity and the Everyday
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security for the Everyday at Royal Holloway is accepting applications from candidates wishing to start a PhD at Royal Holloway with the CDT in September 2020. The program takes four years, and includes a taught element, a research element, and an internship.
Interested prospective applicants are asked to make an initial informal inquiry by email to the team at Royal Holloway prior to submitting an application to discuss suitability for the CDT programme. Prospective applicants should be interested in challenges concerning the everyday societal experience and practice of security, and the technologies deployed in digital systems that people use, sometimes inadvertently, every day.
Candidates will be from a wide range of technical and social disciplines of relevance to cyber security, and each year Royal Holloway awards approximately ten fully-funded PhD studentships, which cover enhanced stipend and fees for four years.
You can learn more here.
Photo Credit:Yinglong Xu – https://flic.kr/p/dF8m24