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acceleration PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 30 acceleration PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Laser-plasma acceleration: high energy particle acceleration with lasers

Lancaster Physics is leading a UK-wide research programme in laser-plasma acceleration utilizing high-energy particle accelerator and laser facilities at Daresbury National Laboratory. Read more

Investigation of the potential of using magnetic reconnection as the method of acceleration within spacecraft propulsion

Supervisory Team.   Dr Charlie Ryan, Dr Alex Wittig. Project description. This PhD project will aim to investigate the potential of using magnetic reconnection within a plasma propulsion thruster for spacecraft, and exciting and novel topic within the field. Read more

A Hybrid Plasma Accelerator for Therapeutic Electron Beams

Would you like to join us at the University of Manchester to change the future of particle accelerators?. Using the available studentship, you will explore combining mature electron production technology with new plasma-based acceleration. Read more

Collective Decisions in Animals and Robots

This project will study mechanisms for making effective collective group decisions to achieve goals that are embedded in space, drawing on inspiration from animal behaviour and neuroscience to design algorithms for robots. Read more

Embodied Decisions in Animal and Robot Brains

This project will study mechanisms for making effective decisions to achieve goals that are embedded in space, drawing on inspiration from brains to design algorithms for robots. Read more

Artificial Intelligence enabled Distributed Edge-Centric Cellular Networks

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Today, wireless cellular networks rely heavily on the core network to deliver services. This introduces latency and other inefficiencies. Read more

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