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  Dielectric measurements with a 3D printer
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Dr M P Robinson
Applications accepted all year round

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The dielectric properties of an object – its permittivity and conductivity – give us useful information about it in fields ranging from non-destructive testing to body composition studies.
  Design and Manufacture of Broadband 3D Multilayer Metamaterials for Microwave and mm-wave Application
  Prof A P Hibbins, Prof J R Sambles
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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Joint supervisors. Prof Alastair P Hibbins, Prof J Roy Sambles. External partner. John Davies (Thales). ***. Project objective. To develop broadband metamaterial designs for antenna and radome applications using additive manufacturing techniques.
  All-dielectric beam control using dynamically-tuneable metasurfaces
  Prof C D Wright, Dr I.J. Luxmore
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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Joint supervisors. Prof C David Wright and Dr Isaac Luxmoore. ***. In recent years, electromagnetic metasurfaces have generated huge interest due to their ability for precise control of the amplitude, phase and polarisation of waves, from the microwave region right through to the optical part of the spectrum.
  PhD Studentship (Sponsored by Lloyds Register Foundation) - Protection of offshore wind turbines using low-cost, damage tolerant, sacrificial coatings (ProCoat) (NSIRC 179)
  Dr S Paul
Applications accepted all year round

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Mitigating corrosion of offshore structures requires the use of cathodic protection often in conjunction with dielectric coatings.
  Application of non-thermal plasma-assisted heterogeneous catalysis for the upgrading of methane
  Dr P Kechagiopoulos, Dr M N Campbell-Bannerman
Applications accepted all year round

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In recent years, plasma-catalysis has emerged as a promising technology to improve the performance of existing catalytic processes.
  PhD in Additive Manufactured Antennas and Arrays for 5G Automotive Communication Technologies
  Dr I L Morrow, Dr A Tsourdos
Applications accepted all year round

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Underpinning future automotive wireless communications equipment will be cost-effective, small form factor, low power (yet high performance) reconfigurable antenna array systems.
  Ultra-nonlinear epsilon-near-zero flat optics
  Dr M Ferrera
Applications accepted all year round

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Design and characterisation of different artificial materials for the design of ultra-fast tuneable photonics devices. Giant epsilon-near-zero nonlinearities are targeted to allow subwavelength manipulation of light in both classic and quantum regime.
  PhD Studentship in Nano-electronics: Resistive-switching memory devices (ReRAM/FeRAM/memristor) and its application in neuromorphic and in-memory computing systems
  Prof W Zhang
Applications accepted all year round

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Applications are invited for a PhD position in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
  Non—invasive instrumentation development for particle accelerators on the basis of Cherenkov diffraction radiation
  Dr P Karataev
Applications accepted all year round

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Cherenkov diffraction radiation appears when a charged particle moves in the vicinity of and parallel to a dielectric interface. The intensity is proportional to the length of the radiator.
  Hierarchically designed piezoelectric energy harvesting materials for application in flexible systems
  Dr H Khanbareh, Prof C R Bowen
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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Hierarchically designed piezoelectric energy harvesting materials for application in flexible systems. The high-strain environment of automotive tyres leads to deformations, allowing energy to be harvested using piezoelectric materials to power electronics such as Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS).
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