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 The following links provide information on a sample of our projects on offer: The following links provide information on a sample of our projects on offer:
  
-  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Sim|Supernovae:​ theoretical modelling of light curves and spectra]] (Supervisor:​ Dr. Stuart Sim) +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Sim|Supernovae:​ theoretical modelling of light curves and spectra]] (Supervisor:​ Dr. Stuart Sim) **Project Allocated** 
-  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_ml_smartt|Machine learning and computational techniques in the era of massive data rich surveys]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Stephen Smartt) +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_transients|Explosive transients with all-sky surveys]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Stephen Smartt/​Transient group supervision
-  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_sunspots_Jess|Energy Dissipation in Solar Physics: Non-linear shock development in the Sun’s most powerful magnetic fields]] (Supervisor:​ Dr. David Jess) +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_ml_smartt|Machine learning and computational techniques in the era of massive data rich surveys]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Stephen Smartt) ​**Project Allocated** 
-  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Fitzsimmons|Properties and compositions of Near-Earth Objects]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Alan Fitzsimmons)+  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_sunspots_Jess|Energy Dissipation in Solar Physics: Non-linear shock development in the Sun’s most powerful magnetic fields]] (Supervisor:​ Dr. David Jess) **Project Allocated** 
 +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Fitzsimmons|Properties and compositions of Near-Earth Objects]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Alan Fitzsimmons) ​**Project Allocated**
   * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Mathioudakis|The magnetic properties of solar jets]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Mihalis Mathioudakis)   * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Mathioudakis|The magnetic properties of solar jets]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Mihalis Mathioudakis)
-  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Ballance|Collisional R-matrix calculations in Support of Astrophysical Spectral Diagnostics]] (Supervisor:​ Dr. Connor Ballance and Dr. Cathy Ramsbottom)+  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Ballance|Collisional R-matrix calculations in Support of Astrophysical Spectral Diagnostics]] (Supervisor:​ Dr. Connor Ballance and Dr. Cathy Ramsbottom) ​**Project Allocated** 
 +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Mathioudakis_Flares|Photospheric Flare Diagnostics]] (Supervisor:​ Prof Mihalis Mathioudakis) **Project Allocated** 
 +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_deMooij|Atmospheres of Exoplanets]] (Supervisor:​ Dr Ernst de Mooij) **Project Allocated** 
 +  * [[:​public:​phds2019:​2019_Schwamb|Exploring the Outer Solar System'​s Relics of Planet Formation ​ ]] (Supervisor:​ Dr Megan Schwamb) **Project Allocated**
  
 **Note that more projects may be being proposed over the coming few weeks: please check back often!** **Note that more projects may be being proposed over the coming few weeks: please check back often!**
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   * Applications for post-graduate studies must be made via the [[https://​dap.qub.ac.uk/​portal/​user/​u_login.php|QUB portal]].   * Applications for post-graduate studies must be made via the [[https://​dap.qub.ac.uk/​portal/​user/​u_login.php|QUB portal]].
-  * The deadline for applications ​is **Friday February 15th 2019**All applications received ​by then will be reviewed immediately and interviews will be held shortly thereafter.+  * All applications ​received by Friday February 15th 2019 will receive full consideration for astrophysics PhD positions (interviews will commence shortly after that date)However, ​applications received ​later will continue to be considered where suitable projects are still available.
   * You can apply for any number of the research themes advertised for 2019 within one application. Follow these guidelines:   * You can apply for any number of the research themes advertised for 2019 within one application. Follow these guidelines:
       * The "​Title"​ of the proposed research area should be "​Astrophysics"​       * The "​Title"​ of the proposed research area should be "​Astrophysics"​
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