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liquid crystal PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Wetting and Microfluidic Flow of Liquid Crystal Droplets
  Dr O Henrich
Applications accepted all year round
Liquid crystals (LCs) are fascinating materials as they feature properties between those of simple liquids and solid crystals. They have been often referred to as the fourth state of matter and ushered in a technological revolution due to their unique capability of modulating visible light.
  Advanced Functional Dyes for Applications in High-Technology Devices
  Dr J N Moore, Dr S Cowling
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Background. Dyes have many practical applications in a wide variety of contexts. Examples of their use range from providing simple, stable colours on paper and textiles, to providing switchable colours in more advanced technology applications, such as those found in flat-panel displays.
  Thermally Driven Flows in Solidification Processes
  Dr M Lappa
Applications accepted all year round
With this project, we propose a numerical investigation into a variety of dynamics and effects produced by the interaction of an advancing solidification front with thermally-driven convection in the melt.
  Droplet Lasers
  Prof D McGloin
Applications accepted all year round
The following PhD project is available for both domestic and international students starting in early 2019 to work with Prof. David McGloin in a newly established laboratory at the University of Technology Sydney.
  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.
  Hybrid soft material printing for future sensors and actuators (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/MCE/LI)
  Dr Y Li
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Micro/nano electro-mechanical sensor and actuator systems in future engineering (MEMS/NEMS) have been significantly developed in the last decade.
  Wearable tactile sensing device technology for healthcare applications (Advert Reference: SF18/MCE/LI)
  Dr Y Li
Applications accepted all year round
Micro/Nano Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS/NEMS) applications in future engineering have been significantly developed in the last decade.
  Development of efficient molecular simulation techniques to investigate the dynamics of dense colloidal systems
  Research Group: Multiscale Modelling
  Dr A Patti, Dr C Avendano
Applications accepted all year round
Colloids have a striking relevance in a wide spectrum of industrial formulations, spanning from personal care products to protective paints.
  Protein Crystals and Pharmaceutical Processes: A Fluid-dynamic Approach to Macromolecular Crystal Engineering
  Dr M Lappa
Applications accepted all year round
The relevance of self-organization, pattern formation and non-equilibrium behaviour in a wide range of problems, related to macromolecular crystal engineering and typical pharmaceutical processes for the production of drugs and medicines, calls for a concerted approach using the tools of statistical physics.
  Topological evolution of metallic crystals via 4D imaging and data-science approach
  Dr B Cai, Prof A Leonardis
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Crystals with fascinating topologies often control the functional and mechanical properties of engineering materials. For instance, high temperature properties of Ni-based superalloys used for turbine blades are essentially determined by crystal arrays with dendritic topology.
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