I will update the posts below with masters, PhD, Postdoc project positions as they become available. But if you have a great idea for a project and would like to work with me please do send me an email, it is always fun to discuss new project ideas and we can investigate funding options.
Be aware that UK research council PhD studentships (e.g. through the NERC DTP, or STFC) are only able to fully fund UK applicants. Therefore if you are an overseas student it is important that you apply for funding early, either through your domestic funding agencies, or from international scholarship programmes like the Gates. The deadlines for these scholarships may be long before the internal Cambridge PhD deadline, so check them regularly. There is further information on making a PhD application as an overseas student on the Department of Earth Sciences web page and on the Institute of Astronomy page.
Research council funded PDRA positions are open to all applicants.
I am always keen to develop ideas and work on fellowship applications with people. I can also help put you in contact with the resources in Cambridge to develop these applications. Please contact me to discuss further.
International Fellowships (to work anywhere)
Branco Weiss Fellowships (Branco Weiss)
National Fellowships (to work in UK)
1851 Fellowship (Royal Commission)
Early Career Fellowships (Leverhulme Trust)
University Research Fellowships (Royal society)
Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships (Royal Society)
NERC Independent Research Fellowships (NERC)
Ernest Rutherford Fellowship (STFC)
Winton Exoplanet Fellowship (Winton Foundation)
Kavli Fellowships (Astrophysics, Kavli Institute)
Gavin Boyle Fellowships (Cosmology and exoplanetary sciences, Kavli Institute)
Many of the colleges in Cambridge also have internal fellowship competitions for ‘Junior Research Fellowships’. These run each year, so be sure to check the college websites. I held a Trinity JRF.