The Institute offers higher degree programmes at PhD level. The majority of students will follow a three-year full-time route leading to the award of PhD. Studentships are generally funded by either the Science and Technology Facilities Council, or internally from our own research funds. We currently take in four to five new students per year. Entry requirements: successful applicants need to have gained a first class or upper second honours degree in an appropriate subject, e.g. physics, astronomy, mathematics. To ensure full consideration, application materials must be received by February 16th 2014. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.
For a list of PhD projects on offer, please click here.
For more details on our PhD study programme, please click here.
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Salaris or by post to:
Professor M. Salaris,
Astrophysics Research Institute,
Liverpool John Moores University,
IC2 Building, Liverpool Science Park,
146 Brownlow Hill,
Liverpool L3 5RF
Journal Club - 25 AprRich Williams
Seminar - 30 AprMark Swinbank (Durham)
First results from two ALMA surveys of sub-mm galaxies in the ECDFS and UDS fields (...more)
Seminar - 07 MayMatt Bershady (Wisconsin)
Seminar - 14 MayKate Maguire (ESO)
Seminar - 21 MayAnnette Ferguson (Edinburgh)
Merseyside Astronomy Day IX
Saturday, Apr 26, 2014
The event will include a series of talks from a range of professional astrophysicists, with some additions this year in our new venue including an Ask the Astronomer panel session and an exhibition.
For further details and full programme including how to book, click here
NEWS - 04 Apr 2014 LJMU Astronomers challenge cosmological model (...details)
NEWS - 23 Jan 2014 A remarkable recurrent nova in M31 (...details)
NEWS - 10 Dec 2013 Cosmic traffic jam probed by giant robot (...details)
NEWS - 06 Dec 2013 150th Anniversary of UK-Japan Academic Interaction (...details)
NEWS - 28 Nov 2013 Liverpool Telescope goes comet chasing with Sky at Night (...details)