Teaching Studentship (Fantini D )

Subject: Teaching Studentship
From:    Fantini D  <deb(at)ESSEX.AC.UK>
Date:    Tue, 13 Aug 1996 11:26:18 GMT

Ray Meddis, Deb Fantini, Essex University, UK. Ph.D. Research studentship (three years) in hearing Our chosen candidate for the above studentship has had to withdraw and the post is again vacant. Anyone interested in studying for a Ph.D with either of us should make contact to discuss the possibilities. Between us we can supervise most aspects of hearing research except clinical and animal studies. We can work with your interests or would be willing to suggest a topic in line with our own research interests. Our supervision track record is good with a 100% pass rate so far and our students have established an international reputation on the basis of their studies. Your first degree can be in any of a number of disciplines including psychology, biology, computing, applied physics or electrical engineering. The project will be built around your existing skills and the necessary training will be provided to bring you up to speed in other areas. As a rule, our Ph.D. students begin with little detailed knowledge of hearing research. We expect this but you should be good at something such as psychological experimentation or computing or VLSI circuitry, etc.. You will become a member of an established team of researchers investigating a range of topics. For British and European Union candidates, the studentship includes fees and a bursary based on Research Council rates of #5190 (British Stirling) per annum. (A fees-only arrangement is available for non EU candidates.) In return, the student is expected to undertake limited teaching duties, subject to an upper limit of 10 hours per week, including all preparation time, and not more than six hours per week contact time (over the equivalent of thirty weeks per annum). Full details of teaching duties will be specified at the time of making the offer of a studentship. In the first instance, please make enquiries directly to Deb Fantini or Ray Meddis using the following contact information; Ray Meddis email: rmeddis(at)essex.ac.uk phone: 01473 828786 Deb Fantini email: deb(at)essex.ac.uk phone 01206 873711 by post: Department of Psychology, Essex University, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, CO4 3SQ, ENGLAND

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