Graduate places - this information is no longer applicable
Applications are handled through the "Mott" system in the
Cavendish. Please apply to the Cavendish and also get in touch
with David MacKay.
Candidates are interviewed by a panel of `wise men' from the
Mott building who decide to whom offers can be made.
Each year typically one PhD place is available.
British students in the group have typically been funded by CASE awards or
Non-British students have been funded by Gates studentships, by Microsoft research
studentships, and by other scholarships, especially ones awarded by
the Cambridge Trusts.
(29th March 2013) - I've been appointed Regius Professor of Engineering, and will
be moving from the Cavendish Laboratory, where I've worked since January 1992,
to the Engineering Department (CUED).
I will continue to work 4 days per week as Chief Scientific Advisor
Department of Energy and Climate Change.
- Researchers who would like to work with me on whole-system energy modelling
are encouraged to look at the
jobs being advertised by Julian Allwood;
I will be collaborating closely with Julian's group in CUED, so these jobs offer a guaranteed route
to interaction with me.
The Inference Group is supported by the Gatsby Foundation and by a partnership award from IBM Zurich Research LaboratoryDavid J.C. MacKay