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School of Chemistry,

North Haugh

University of St Andrews

Fife, KY16 9ST 

EaSI-CAT

EaSI-CAT (East of Scotland Industrial Catalysis) is a doctoral training programme operated by Edinburgh, St Andrews and Heriot-Watt Universities and is the successor of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Critical Resource Catalysis.

Programme

Students enrolled in the EaSI-CAT programme receive research-skills training, complete a 3-month “Industry Challenge Project” and undertake a 3-month research placement within an industrial setting. Students also participate in three workshops per year to receive additional research training. An overview of an EaSI-CAT PhD is shown below:

Induction and Skills Training Week: Students begin their PhD studies with a week of skills training in which they meet other students enrolled on the EaSI-CAT programme and learn important research skills that will be reinforced throughout their PhD research.

​Industry Challenge Projects: At the beginning of their second year of study, EaSI-CAT students undertake a 12-week research project in collaboration with an industrial partner. The project tackles an industrially relevant problem providing students with experience of a variety of chemical research.

​3-Month Placements: Students enrolled in the EaSI-CAT programme have the opportunity to undertake a 3-month industrial placement as part of their studies. Placements are not required to align with PhD research, but rather allow students to experience new areas of research and develop complementary skills while working on a project of interest to industry.

December 16, 2019

Advanced Workshop - Entrepreneurship

Advanced Workshop @ Heriot-Watt with Converge Challenge

January 06, 2020

Application Deadline for EaSI-CAT St Andrews Studentships

Application Deadline of 6th January

March 23, 2020

Annual Conference

CDT Annual Conference - St Andrews

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