# Recruitment

## Postdoctoral Fellowships

There are a number of prestigious fellowships which might enable you to work with us, and which we can help you apply for:

- STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowships
- Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships
- Royal Society University Research Fellowships
- Newton International Fellowships
- Marie Curie fellowships
- Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellowships
- EPSRC Fellowships

We encourage interested applicants to get in touch with Einan Gardi or a member of the Management Committee.

## PhD Studies

In the School of Physics and Astronomy we run a PhD programme in a variety of subjects. A PhD in Theoretical Physics may be taken in:

To apply to any of the above, please use the University postrgraduate application system.

Interested candidates are welcome to contact the Graduate School Secretary.

You may also apply for a PhD in Mathematical Physics (separate application through School of Mathematics).

### More information

- Contact
- Graduate School Secretary
- Liz PATERSON
- gradschool@ph.ed.ac.uk

## PhD position (3.5 years) in Mathematical Physics/String Theory

** At Heriot-Watt University **

There is an opening for a PhD position in Mathematical Physics in the project "The Mathematics of M5-Branes". The position is for 3.5 years and some background in quantum field theory, supersymmetry, supergravity and a strong interest in Mathematics are helpful.

Inquiries about the positions and applications (the latter preferably as a single pdf-file) should be directed to c.saemann@hw.ac.uk. An application email should include a cover letter and a CV with a transcript of attended lectures. The candidate should also have at least two letters of recommendation sent directly to me via email.

## Postdoctoral position (3 years) in Mathematical Physics/String Theory

**At Heriot-Watt University**

There is an opening for a postdoctoral position in Mathematical Physics in the project "The Mathematics of M5-Branes". The position is for 3 years and a background in quantum field theory, supersymmetry, supergravity and mathematical physics are helpful.

Also, please sent a short cover letter, a detailed CV, a short research statement explaining your interest in the project directly to c.saemann@hw.ac.uk. Please have also 2-3 letters of reference sent