The Aerosol Society offers annual bursaries to fund an undergraduate student summer aerosol research internship. Aerosol science is an interdisciplinary field, but is often not a major focus of many undergraduate degree programmes.
This bursary scheme provides an opportunity for undergraduate students enrolled in a range of physical science, engineering or technology based degree programmes to spend a minimum of six weeks working on an aerosol research project. These bursaries will allow undergraduates to gain experience in aerosol science research and encourage them to pursue a career in aerosol science. The scheme is designed in such a way that potential project supervisors apply for the bursary. The successful applicants then select the best candidate to receive the bursary.
Our member students then present their research at a relevant Aerosol Society meeting or conference.
Dr Miriam Byrne & Ciarraí O’Toole – NUI, Galway
Dr Robert Ferguson & Charlotte Neath – University of Essex
Dr Francis Pope & Alice Oliver – University of Birmingham
Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria:
Please submit a brief 1 page description of the proposed project via the online application form below. Preference will be given to applications that: