General information about eligibility and how to apply may be found at the University admissions page: http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/
A common route for admission into our PhD programme is via the Centre’s MPhil programme on Scientific Computing. The MPhil is offered by the University of Cambridge as a full-time course and introduces students to research skills and specialist knowledge. Covering topics of high-performance scientific computing and advanced numerical methods and techniques, it produces graduates with rigorous research and analytical skills, who are formidably well-equipped to proceed to doctoral research or directly into employment in industry.
More information about the MPhil may be found at: http://www.csc.cam.ac.uk/academic/MPhil%20SciComp
This is a list of research groups and individuals who contribute to the Centre's teaching and research and offer graduate research positions in scientific computing and its applications.
- The Laboratory for Scientific Computing (Cavendish)
- Theory of Condensed Matter (Cavendish)
- Department of Chemistry
- Department of Engineering
- Department of Materials and Metallurgy
If you are interested specifically on the development and applications of Computational Methods for Materials Modelling, please see the website of the Lenard Jones Centre: http://ljc.group.cam.ac.uk/ (link opens in a new window).