Distributed and parallel systems

Focus your studies on distributed and parallel systems through our Computer Science and Informatics research programmes (MPhil, PhD).

Studying for a PhD or MPhil in the area of distributed and parallel systems will see you join the School as part of a successful team of researchers with a range of industrial partners and academic collaborators.

Distinctive features

  • Our longstanding, strong and dynamic research culture has given rise to our international reputation for world-class research.
  • The School supports work in this area with a substantial investment in research facilities and infrastructure.
  • Vibrant research culture that includes School and themed seminar programmes and conference/travel opportunities.
  • Dedicated support and training to boost your research-themed knowledge and skills.

Contacts

Administrative contact(s)

Mrs Helen Williams

Administrative contact

Academic contact(s)

David Walker

Professor David Walker

Professor of High Performance Computing

Email:
walkerdw@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 4205

Our research covers a number of evolving, state-of-the-art topics, many of which are listed as priorities in our research:

When considering whether to joining us as a research student in this area, you should review these topics and activities to make sure that you have similar interests. Please contact a lead member of staff in this area to help identify a suitable supervisor with whom you can discuss the nature and direction of your research work.

Funding

There are currently no funding opportunities available.

Tuition fees

UK and EU students (2017/18)

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Students from outside the EU (2017/18)

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Programme information

For programme structure, entry requirements and how to apply, visit the Computer Science and Informatics programme.

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Postgraduate students on campus

Open Day

Meet us at our Postgraduate Open Day on 22 November 2017.

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