DPhil Projects 2021
Listed below are the doctoral research projects offered for 2021 entry. You can also devise a project of your own in consultation with potential supervisors. Please ensure you contact the project supervisor or a potential supervisor to discuss your project. This is essential if you are not applying to a listed project. A list of Faculty and their contact details can be found here.
You will need to apply for both the programme and the project via the main University online graduate application form, and pay an application fee. The application form, all supporting materials required for the programme (including references), and payment must be submitted by the application deadline. To access the application form and application guide please visit the University’s website at www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/apply.
If you are applying for an advertised project you must indicate this on the application form in the section headed ‘Departmental Studentship Applications’, and enter the project reference code given below.
- Project EARTH-21-JB1: Chemical Differentiation of Subduction Zone Magmas
ERC (European Research Council) studentship
- Project EARTH-20-HM3: The bridgmanite to post-perovskite transition in Earth’s lower mantle studied by time-resolved experiments (DEEP-MAPS ERC)
This studentship would be for a maximum of 4 years duration; it includes fees, stipend, travel and research funds.
OTHER DPHIL/DTP PROJECTS
Funding for the following projects may be offered from various sources, such as the Clarendon, or through the DTP. They are also open to applicants who will be self-funded.
- Project EARTH-20-TM1: Magmatic volatiles: the behaviour of noble gases and halogens in subduction-related volcanic systems