Ada Lovelace Centre Studentships
04 Nov 2022



​Ada Lovelace Centre is now accepting proposals for 50% funded PhD studentships, closing date 9th December 2022. 


​​​​Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)


ada-lovelace-meta.pngThe Ada Lovelace Centre is a centre of expertise in research software engineering and data management, helping STFC national facilities (Diamond Light Source, Central Laser Facility, ISIS neutron and muon source) and closely linked departments and institutes (Scientific Computing, Rosalind Franklin Institute) to maximise their scientific and economic impact along all parts of the data chain. For example, Ada Lovelace Centre will help to develop machine learning techniques to efficiently filter high value data at the beamline, advanced simulation techniques to interpret analysed data, and implement long term curation and re-use of aggregated data.

The Ada Lovelace Centre will operate as a major programme that sits structurally within STFC Scientific Computing. The full programme and associated management and governance are currently being established. More information will be available soon. For any queries contact

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For more information on the studentships, follow the link h​ere.​

​The application form ​for a programme development studentship can be downloaded​ here.

In addition to the application form, please provide a description of the proposed research project. The description must include the relevance of the project to this funding scheme using the headings and selection criteria described in the call for proposals and be of a maximum of two pages.

Please submit the application form and project description to by 9th December 2022.

Contact: Grady, Adam (STFC,RAL,SC)