2019 PhD Studentship: Robust and Predictive Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles, UK

“I would rather die a virgin than f**k a broke guy” – Princess Vitarah says

US-based Nigerian singer & rapper, Princess Vitarah has declared that she cannot sleep with a ‘broke guy’, instead, she’d rather die. a virgin.

Sharing these new photos of herself posing on her bed, she wrote: ‘I would rather die a virgin then f**k a broke ni**a’.

Princess Vitarah says

The rapper/singer says she was born in the States but that her family moved back to Nigeria—Lagos and her family’s village, Arochukwu—when she was little. She lived in Houston, Texas for a while before arriving in Los Angeles last summer. “I knew that L.A. is really really competitive and I wanted to try and figure out how I could stand out from all the millions of other artists that are here,” she tells Okay Africa.

Speaking to Okay Africa, she spoke about the inspiration behind her viral song, “Nigerian Pussy”

Before coming to California, I knew a lot of people who had moved to places like New York and L.A. for like one or two years, and nothing works out and then they have to move back home—like, move back to their small town or whatever. And I was like, ‘I don’t want to have to go back,’ so I knew that if I was coming to California, I would have to be really really creative. That’s the main reason I wanted to do “Nigerian Pussy.”

And not just the lyrics, but the visuals and the video, and my makeup and my hair. I have to push. When I was brainstorming ideas—like, when I had the beat and then I was trying to write the lyrics for it—I was brainstorming so much I didn’t even eat. For four or five days I didn’t even eat. I was just brainstorming, brainstorming, brainstorming, because I wanted to push my level of creativity.

Swansea University is inviting applications for PhD studentship: Robust and Predictive Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles. The funding is only available to UK citizens or EU citizens who have been resident in the UK for at least 3 years prior to the start of the studentship and not mainly for the purpose of receiving full-time education. The aim of Swansea University is to develop and evaluate deep learning algorithms and a software solution to rapidly compare DBT images for a patient from different screening time points. SWELT is the official English language test for international students wishing to study at Swansea University. The test is designed, administered and marked by English Language Training Services staff and is accepted by Swansea University as an alternative to IELTS as part of applicants application for a CAS.

Scholarship Description: 

  • Applications Deadline25 August 2018
  • Course Level: Hybrid Electric Vehicles Scholarships are available to pursue a PhD program.
  • Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded to PhD studentship: Robust and Predictive Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles
  • Scholarship Award: This project is in competition with others for funding. The 3 year studentship covers home-rate tuition fees and provides an annual tax-free stipend at the standard EPSRC rate, which is £14,777 for 2018/19.
  • Nationality: The funding is only available to UK citizens or EU citizens.
  • Number of ScholarshipsNot Known.
  • Scholarship can be taken in the UK

Eligibility for the Scholarship: 

Eligible Countries: The funding is only available to UK citizens or EU citizens.

Entrance Requirements: The Swansea University is seeking self-motivated candidates holding a first UK honours degree (or equivalent) in engineering disciplines. The ideal candidate should have a good background in control systems, both from the theoretical and practical point of view, and a good understanding of road vehicles, specifically Hybrid Electric Vehicles.

Nationality: Applicants of all nationalities can apply for the studentship.

Application Procedure: 

How to Apply: Click here to apply and select the programme – PhD in Engineering and the Environment. Please enter the title of the PhD Studentship in the application form

Scholarship Link

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