Computational skills are now more in demand than ever, e.g. in high-performance computational (HPC) models, big data, and artificial intelligence (AI).
This MSc by Research in Computational Geoscience offers graduate students opportunities to apply these tools, techniques and models in a range of geoscience topics, including seismology and seismic hazards, plate tectonics, renewable energy and environmental research, and planetary science.
Training aspects of the MSc include working with various staff in Computational Geoscience, weekly seminars on Frontier research in the field, and presentation and writing skills.
Applications are welcome at any time - there is no specific deadline. The list of projects inComputational Geoscience is below.
Entry: via application form here and following successful interview. For subject specific enquiries please contact the project supervisor, and for general postgraduate enquiries contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duration: 12 months [or 24 months part-time]
Entry requirements: 2.1 Bachelor's degree or above (or equivalent) in a relevant subject.
Assessment: research dissertation.