Applications for this scheme are now open and must be received by 4pm on Monday 10 April 2017.

The 2017 guidance notes are available below. Applicants are advised to refer to these guidance notes when completing their application online.

UK IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowships guidance notes

Application form (via online grant system – you must first register with the system and create a profile)

UK IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship topic list (174.71 KB)

 

Topic Title No.
Environmentally stable rechargeable batteries for flexible wearable electronics 1
Calculus of privacy 2
Magnon algorithmics 3
An examination of the role and impacts of automation in security 4
Stored energy detection in complex environments 5
Voice liveness detection 6
Heterogeneous network analysis 7
Ultra-Narrowband Transceiver Design for Long Range Low Power and Low Profile Communications 8
Advanced research into archive, analysis and retrieval of video based data 9
Quantum and Optical Sensors 10
Through the Earth Information 11
Electronic Materials and Components for Low Power Flexible Devices 12
Advancing direct-write printing methods for the fabrication of electronics on complex surfaces 13

UK IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship topic list (174.71 KB)

- See more at: http://www.raeng.org.uk/cms/getdoc/17cd7e06-0c8a-420b-8ea9-925a636a8a1e/ic-postdoctoral.aspx?viewmode=2&lang=en-GB&langobjectlifetime=request#sthash.9FP3ZGXA.dpuf
Topic Title No.
Environmentally stable rechargeable batteries for flexible wearable electronics 1
Calculus of privacy 2
Magnon algorithmics 3
An examination of the role and impacts of automation in security 4
Stored energy detection in complex environments 5
Voice liveness detection 6
Heterogeneous network analysis 7
Ultra-Narrowband Transceiver Design for Long Range Low Power and Low Profile Communications 8
Advanced research into archive, analysis and retrieval of video based data 9
Quantum and Optical Sensors 10
Through the Earth Information 11
Electronic Materials and Components for Low Power Flexible Devices 12
Advancing direct-write printing methods for the fabrication of electronics on complex surfaces 13

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