- How do I acknowledge NGCM in a publication?
- Are you still accepting new students?
- What kind of career would the NGCM programme prepare its students for?
- Which industrial and governmental organisations are involved with the NGCM?
- Where can I find more information about postgraduate study at the University of Southampton?
- I have other questions – who can I ask?
How do I acknowledge NGCM in a publication?
Please use this format in publications:
<initials/name of student> was supported by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Computational Modelling Grant No. EP/L015382/1.
Are you still accepting new students?
Unfortunately, the NGCM will no longer be recruiting new students; our final cohort was accepted for the start of the 2018/19 academic session, and have all now progressed into their research phase.
What kind of career would the programme prepare me for?
The PhD programme prepares graduates for a research career in academia or industry. It also encourages interdisciplinary thinking, and the analytical skills developed during a PhD in computational modelling are relevant to the design, analysis, control, and management of large systems across many domains, from industrial engineering to ecosystems services, and from IT, to the financial and even entertainment sectors. The diversity of commercial interests is illustrated by our industrial and governmental partners.
Which industrial and governmental organisations have been partnered with the Centre?
A broad range of industrial and academic partners are listed on our partners page.
Where can I find more information about postgraduate study at the University of Southampton?
A large amount of information is collected on the postgraduate study website, including details of accommodation, fees, funding, and life on campus, and more.
I have other questions – who can I ask?
Please contact the Centre’s administrator in the first instance. See the contact page for more details.