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active matter PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 20 active matter PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Physics of biological morphogenesis: PhD position for a theoretical physicist at the University of Geneva (Switzerland)

We offer a PhD position for an outstanding, highly motivated, and creative theoretical physicist in the Salbreux group. Projects are at the interface of physics and biology and involve analytical theory, numerical simulations, and data analysis, in close collaboration with experimental groups. Read more

Investigating the self-organizing properties of cardiac cells in vivo

The key aims of this PhD project are to use knowledge gathered from high precision in vivo imaging and active matter physics-based theoretical modelling to assess how patterns of cardiac cell contractility drive cardiac tissue curvature. Read more

Bioelectric signalling in cardiac valve development

The key aims of this PhD project are to use knowledge gathered from high precision in vivo imaging and active matter physics-based theoretical modelling to link mechanotransduction to the cellular program leading to functional cardiac valves. Read more

Dark Matter Search with ADMX and the Quantum Sensors for the Hidden Sector Collaboration

This Ph.D. project involves searches for hidden sector dark matter, including QCD axions and axion like particles (ALPs). Our group at Sheffield leads the 'Quantum Sensors for the Hidden Sector' collaboration, and collaborates with the Axion Dark Matter Experiment (ADMX) collaboration in the USA. Read more
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Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP) PhD CASE: Factors influencing the production of mycotoxins in grass silage and their effect on gut health and performance in dairy cows

Grass silage is the predominant forage fed to dairy cows in the UK. The aim when ensiling grass is to create an anaerobic environment to restrict proliferation of undesirable microbes, thereby maintaining the nutritive value over the winter-feeding period, and preventing spoilage. Read more

PhD Studentship in Nanophotonics and Metamaterials: Development of Switchable and Programmable Metasurfaces using Novel Materials

Supervisory Team: Prof. Otto Muskens; Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis. Project description. Metaoptics, the application of metasurface concepts in optical systems, is a rapidly growing field that has the potential to revolutionise a wide range of applications, such as sensing, imaging, and telecommunications. Read more

PhD in Chemistry: Structural effects in alternating biodegradable polymers

Dr Alison Paul Dr Alison Paul - People - Cardiff University is looking for a PhD student to join the Soft Matter Research Group for a project on “Structural effects in alternating biodegradable polymers”. Read more

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