Myungjin Lee
Lecturer (Assistant Professor)

PhD Positions in Networking and Systems

I am always looking for motivated and hard-working PhD students who are keen to do research in the area of networking and systems. If you are interested in my research and want to pursue a PhD degree under my supervision, please drop me an email with your CV attached.

Research topics are:
  1. Software-defined networking
  2. Datacenter networking
  3. Network functions
  4. Network measurement

Available Positions and Scholarships

Centre for Doctoral Training: Pervasive Parallelism
The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh hosts a centre for doctoral training (CDT) in Pervasive Parallelism funded by EPSRC. This is a 4 year PhD programme and the school will award around 10 studentships per year. This funding is mainly available for UK and EU students. For more details about application, please visit here. The important deadlines are:
  • 9 December 2016: all overseas applicants are encouraged to apply by this deadline for full consideration
  • 17 March 2017: any remaining UK and EU studentships will be allocated at this point

Principal's Career Development PhD Scholarship
The University of Edinburgh offer PhD studentship to outstanding PhD applicants. All students (UK, EU and overseas students) are eligible for the scholarship. This studentship covers the UK/EU rate of tuition fee and a stipend. For more details, please visit here.

Edinburgh Global Research Scholarship
The University of Edinburgh offer PhD studentship to outstanding PhD applicants. Overseas students are eligible for the scholarship. This studentship covers the difference between the tuition fee for a UK/EU graduate student and that chargeable to an overseas graduate student. The awards do not cover maintenance expenses. More details are found here.

General Qualification
Applicants must have minimum BSc degree with strong computer science or engineering (or equivalent) background. Non-UK students may need to submit English test score such as IELTS or TOEFL (e.g., IELTS: overall 6.5 or above (each section: at least 6.0)). Strong programming and system hacking skills are a big plus.


Last updated: 15 November 2016