Cyberspace of Shujun LI >> Call for PhD Applications

University of Kent

Shujun will join the University of Kent's School of Computing in November 2017. He has a fully funded PhD studentship in Cyber Security for a UK or EU student. The studentship will cover UK/EU fees (£4,179) and a bursary for covering living costs (£14,553, tax-free). If you are not a UK or EU national, you will have to pay the fee difference or bring external funding to cover the fee difference.

If you are interested in any Cyber Security related topics listed on this page, please contact Shujun with your CV, degree certificates and all transcripts, a research proposal on a topic you would like to work on, and at least two reference letters to discuss the next steps.

To submit a formal application, please go to this web page and then click the "Apply Now" link at the top right corner. Application deadline is 13 October 2017.

PhD students at the University of Kent's School of Computing normally start in September each year, but for this studentship we can consider a late start in December 2017.

University of Surrey

Shujun will remain the departmental PhD Admissions Tutor of the Department of Computer Science, University of Surrey. Below please find some information about PhD study opportunities at Surrey CS.

The Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Science (FEPS), University of Surrey is calling for PhD applications for a number of PhD study opportunities including special scholarships for Chinese applicants who will apply to the China Scholarship Council (CSC, 中国国家留学基金管理委员会) by 5 April 2017. Most of our current funding opportunities have an application deadline in March 2017, but some with a later deadline will be posted in future.

More information of the funding opportunities can be found here. Please note that people with a good bachelor degree only may be eligible for our PhD funding opportunities as well!

University of Surrey is one of Top 10 universities in the UK according to all major national league tables, and is very keen to promote research collaborations between the University of Surrey and China. Surrey's research in Computer Science has been ranked World Top 150 according to the Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) consistently since 2012. See for more details about world and national rankings of Surrey's research in Computer Science.

The two main research groups of the Department of Computer are: 1) Secure Systems: Our research work focuses on six main research themes – Security Through Hardware, Trusted Computing, Privacy and Authentication, Secure Communications, Multimedia Security and Forensics, and Human Factors. It forms the core of the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS), one of 13 GCHQ-recognised Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACEs-CSR) in the UK. 2) Nature-Inspired Computing and Engineering (NICE): Building up computational models for understanding biological and social intelligence and developing algorithms inspired by natural intelligence for solving complex real-world problems found in optimisation, signal processing and pattern recognition, decision-making, and self-organisation of collective system.

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