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exoplanet PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  The planetary graveyard - searching for the remnants of exoplanet systems around dead stars
  Research Group: Astronomy and Space Science
  Dr M Burleigh, Dr S Casewell
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
There is growing evidence that planetary systems are ubiquitous throughout the galaxy. Ground and spaced based surveys have found thousands of planets around stars.
  The planetary graveyard – searching for the remnants of exoplanet systems around dead stars
  Dr M Burleigh, Dr S Casewell
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
There is growing evidence that planetary systems are ubiquitous throughout the galaxy. Ground and spaced based surveys have found thousands of planets around stars.
  Probing the molecular composition of planet-forming regions with ALMA
  Dr C Walsh
Applications accepted all year round
ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, is a state-of-the-art telescope in Chile. It has the resolution and sensitivity to observe emission from dust and gas on size scales similar to that of the Solar System in nearby young exoplanet-forming systems.
  Asteroseismic data analysis with Kepler, K2, TESS and PLATO
  Prof B Chaplin
Applications accepted all year round
We are offering PhD positions in the Solar and Stellar Physics Group in the analysis of asteroseismic data on the Sun (helioseismology) and Sun-like stars and red giants (asteroseismology).
  Simulating the atmospheres of rocky exoplanets
  Prof D Marsh, Dr C Walsh
Applications accepted all year round
The current generation of exoplanet discovery missions has revealed the diversity of exoplanetary systems that include rocky worlds within the habitable zone of the host star.
  Searching for variability and companions to brown dwarfs in NGTS
  Research Group: Astronomy and Space Science
  Dr S Casewell, Dr M Goad
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Brown dwarfs are failed stars - they form like stars, but are the size of Jupiter. These unusual objects never fuse hydrogen into helium, and so once formed, they simply cool and fade.
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