School of Engineering,
Swansea, Wales, UK.
Scholarships include full tuition fees paid plus a generous bursary.
The closing date for the receipt of `Declaration of Interest` is Friday the 21st of May 2010.
Study Starting date of September 2010 or January 2011.
This scholarship is in honour of the late Professor Olgierd (Olek) Cecil Zienkiewicz, CBE, FREng, FRS. He joined Swansea University in 1961 as Head of the Department of Civil Engineering and was latterly Emeritus Professor of the University. He was an exceptional British Civil Engineer and Scientist who was widely regarded as the `Father of the Finite Element Method`, a computational modelling technique that allows engineers to design ever more challenging structures, aeroplanes or other components and processes with minimal use of expensive experimental testing. The highly prestigious Zienkiewicz Scholarships are only available to International students and reserved only for top calibre students (minimum of a First Class Honours Degree equivalent, IELTS at 7.0 or equivalent and ideally a Masters Degree and/or experience) and awards will be allocated on a competitive basis.
Scholarships are available across the School of Engineering, in particular computational engineering/numerical analysis/scientific computing related subjects include:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Design Optimisation Technologies
Engineering Dynamics and Smart Structures
Inverse Problems and Imaging
Mesh Generation and Adaptivity
Multifracturing Solids and Particulate Media
Multi-Physics and Fluid Structure Interaction Modelling
For further details, including a list of possible PhD titles and abstracts in computational engineering/numerical analysis/scientific computing related subjects, see