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Information Technology (Structured PhD)
(Structured PhD) Information Technology—full-time and part-time
College of Engineering & Informatics,
School of Engineering & Informatics
The Structured PhD, full-time, is a 4-year programme which offers added value to the core component of doctoral training. Students on this programme are offered disciplinary or dissertation specific modules, as well as generic and transferable skills designed to meet the needs of an employment market that is wider than academia.
The programme is flexible and student centred, as candidates choose their own pathways in consultation with their Supervisor and Graduate Research Committee.
The part-time Structured PhD is a 6-year programme which offers added value to the core component of doctoral training. Students on this programme are offered disciplinary or dissertation specific modules, as well as generic and transferable skills designed to meet the needs of an employment market that is wider than academia.
The programme is flexible and student-centered as candidates choose their own pathways in consultation with their Supervisor and Graduate Research Committee.
Structured PhD (part-time, six years)
Areas of interest
Collaborative Virtual Environments
Computers and Society
Distributed Systems and Cooperative Systems
Energy Informatics and Sensor Networks
Machine Learning and Data Mining
Simulation and System Dynamics
Ms. Tina Earls
Structured PhD, full-time—GYJ05 (four years duration)
Structured PhD, part-time—GYJ11 (six years duration)
Handling Nonlinearity and Uncertainty in Drug Delivery Modelling. (Dr. Michael Madden)
Information Retrieval and Game Theory (Colm O'Riordan)
Quality of service (QoS) of VoIP over wireless networks based on synchronised time
(Dr. Hugh Melvin)
Fees for this course
EU: €4,529 p.a. 2016/17
Non-EU: €13,750 p.a. 2016/17
What Our Students Say
Declan Mungovan | PhD (Networks and Agent- Based Simulation)
Pursuing a PhD at NUI Galway has been a great experience in terms of working on leading-edge research topics, interacting with academics and industry at international conferences, and developing core computer science and architecture skills that are an excellent foundation for a career in the software industry.