Detailed information about selected course/program
EU code
6.9 - Others - Engineering, Technology
Mobility
3 - PhD
Location
University College Dublin, Ireland
Subject
Biosystems engineering
Course/Program
Biosystems Engineering
Language
English
Language requirements
All applicants must submit a recent English Language Test certificate (less than two years old); 600 Toefl or overall 6.5 IELTS with a minimum of 6.0 in each band on the Academic Version. See the link below for a full list of other recognised Language Tests and acceptable scores. If applicants do not have an English Language Test certificate, they must submit proof of registration to an upcoming test (result must be available by the 24th of January 2014). https://myucd.ucd.ie/admission/english_requirement.ezc?pageID=1415
Academic requirements
minimum of BSc or equivalent
Max available positions
3
Information
Biosystems engineerinng play pivotal roles in pioneering innovations in a global industry. New technologies include precision systems for production and harvesting; satellite remote sensing in planning and monitoring production and environmental conditions; conventional and novel bioenergy production systems; biosensors to optimise food process automation; advanced packaging systems to maximise product quality; recycling of materials and prevention of emissions to protect the environment; information technologies to optimise bioprocess strategies.
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Duration
9 months between Sep 1 2014 and May 31 2015
Contact person
Francis Butler (erasmusmundus@ucd.ie)
Additional information
This is an exchange. Students must be registered postgraduate students in their home university. Visits must be justified on the basis of research collaboration with staff in UCD. For additional information please email the Erasmus Mundus Co-ordinator erasmusmundus@ucd.ie