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carbon nanotubes PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Carbon nanotubes in the boron neutron capture therapy of cancer
  Dr G Calabrese
Applications accepted all year round
The early promise of boron neutron capture therapy as a method for the treatment of brain cancer has been mainly inhibited by the inherent toxicity associated with 10B-containing pharmacophores and the need for the ability to cross biological membranes.
  Advanced Optical Fibre Sensors for Real-Time Environmental Monitoring Applications
  Dr KK Chow
Applications accepted all year round
Reference Number. KKC-2018-PhD-2. Project Summary. This project will focus on the design and implementation of advanced optical fibre-based sensors for environmental monitoring applications such as quality of fresh water and air.
  Graphene/Nanoparticles Reinforced Multiscale Carbon/Glass Composites for Aerospace and Automobile Engineering
  Dr S.S Rahatekar
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
We are pleased to announce PhD studentship project in “Graphene/Nanoparticles Reinforced Multiscale Carbon/Glass Composites for Aerospace and Automobile Engineering”.
  Heterotic Computing Practice: Developing a Practical Means for Designing, Constructing and Evaluating Future Heterotic Computers
  Dr M Trefzer
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The successful candidate will join our team of researchers working on the SpInspired research project funded by EPSRC and the University of York, UK.
  Electrocatalysts in Nanotubes: A Nanotechnology Computational and Experimental Approach
  Dr D Di Tommaso, Dr Matteo Palma
Applications accepted all year round
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is one the UK’s leading research-focused higher education institutions, where multidisciplinary research is carried out at the highest level.
  Enhancement of electrical conductivity of carbon fibre composite for resisting lightening strike on aircrafts
  Dr H Hadavinia, Prof T Zhang, Prof D Wertheim, Dr A Curley
Applications accepted all year round
In the structure of new advanced civil aircrafts the main fuselage structures are being redesigned to use carbon fibre-reinforced composites (CFRP) mainly due to their lightweight, high specific stiffness and strength.
  Development of new approaches to repairing advanced composite structures using nano-enhanced resins
  Prof B Falzon, Dr R Pierce
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The drive towards reducing manufacturing costs in the production of advanced lightweight carbon-fibre composite structures (such as new-generation passenger aircraft wings and military platforms) has resulted in the evolution of larger and highly integrated structures which are costly to replace.
  Self Sensing reinforced concrete structural elements
  Research Group: Centre For Sustainable Environments
  Prof A Ashour
Applications accepted all year round
Self-sensing concrete has recently attracted major research attention and significant commercial interests, aiming to produce smart infrastructures with elegantly integrated health monitoring abilities.
  Silicon nanostructures for synergetic applications in energy harvesting and storage (CHAOYU19SF)
  Dr Y Chao, Prof S Meech
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Silicon is an attractive material for anodes in energy storage devices, owing to ten times the theoretical capacity of its state-of-the-art carbonaceous counterpart and low working potential.
  Elucidating the molecular-level interactions between nanocarbons and biological membranes
  Dr S Romero-Vargas Castrillon
Application Deadline: 15 June 2019
The emergence of carbon-based nanomaterials (e.g., fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and graphene) in the past two decades unleashed a scientific revolution due to their unique physical and chemical properties, such as mechanical strength, high electrical and thermal conductivity, and antimicrobial properties.
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