Structured Postgraduate Research Pathways
The field of plasmas is intrinsically multi-disciplinary. Graduates can be well equipped to pursue careers in a range of science and engineering disciplines in industry, research laboratories and academia.
The NCPST in collaboration with the Faculties offers Structured PhD and Masters Programmes. These are tailored to student needs providing students with the opportunity to broaden their skill base and career prospects through high-quality research, advanced training, professional and personal development. The Graduate Studies Office offers regular workshops on a wide variety of training, generic skills and professional development topics.
If you are interested in finding out more or applying for a PhD or Masters contact [email protected].
Plasma Physics Education
In collaboration with the DCU School of Physical Sciences the NCPST has research interests in physics education.
NCPST academics at DCU deliver a variety of plasma and related modules through the Faculties of Science and Health, and Engineering and Computing.
Undergraduate and internship projects are regularly offered. If you are interested in pursuing a project contact the relevant academic or [email protected].