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  • As of 2018 there is a new scheme within the School of Engineering to allocate studentships from EPSRC. These cover tuition for UK/EU students for four years and a stipend for 3.5 years. The deadline for application is the end of January and notifications come in March for starting the following October. An application includes a research proposal that ideally should align with the proposed supervisor. Contact me if you are interested in including me as your proposed supervisor.
  • I encourage PhD applications by exceptional international (overseas) candidates to the Chancellor's International Scholarship, which covers overseas tuition for four years and a stipend for 3.5 years. There are 25 awarded per year across the university and they are highly competitive. Applications are due in January for starting the following October. Contact me if you are interested in including me as your proposed supervisor.
  • Externally-funded applicants to the PhD program are welcome. Contact me for more information. The university keeps a directory of scholarship information, and specific information for UK Research Council funding (you would most likely consider EPSRC). Eligible domestic students have a very good chance at securing funding.

Current Research Students

Student Degree Since Topic
Tolis Almpanis PhD 2018 Real-Time Behavioral Dynamics in Microscopic Populations with Noisy Signaling
Yuting Fang PhD (ANU) 2015 Cooperative Molecular Communication (co-supervision with Jonas Yang)
Declan Rooney MSc 2019 Microscale Signal Propagation Among Cells

Current Project Students

Student Module Year
Rachel Fearn ES327 2018-2019 Modelling Control of Neuron Spikes with Optogenetic Stimulation
Hyunseog Lee ES327 2018-2019 Magnetic Levitation and its Uses in High-Speed Travel
Mahith Pemmaraju ES327 2018-2019 Modelling the reaction and diffusion of neurotransmitters in a chemical synapse
Jack Ridley ES327 2018-2019 Modelling the collaborative behaviour of bacteria

Former Students

Student Degree Year Project/Thesis Title
Yiran Wang MPhil (ANU) 2018 Reactive Surfaces in Molecular Communication Systems (co-supervision with Jonas Yang)
Tobias Schwering MSc (IDC) 2016 Molecular Communication in Blood Vessels: A Stochastic Channel Modeling Approach (co-supervision with Robert Schober, Arman Ahmadzadeh, and Vahid Jamali)
Arman Ahmadzadeh MSc (IDC) 2013 Improving Range of Molecular Communication with Relays (co-supervision with Robert Schober)
Mokhtar Marzouk Bachelor (IDC) 2013 Distance Estimation for Molecular Communication (co-supervision with Robert Schober)

Contact Details

School of Engineering
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University of Warwick


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