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lithium ion battery PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Automotive Lithium Ion Battery Diagnostics (EngD)
  Prof D Greenwood, Dr J Low, Mr M Amor-Segan
Applications accepted all year round
Funding. £20,277 (for UK/EU nationals) which includes a £4,000 industrial top up, for 4 years. Supporting company. Millbrook. Start Date.
  PhD studentship: Degradation of the of the lithium-ion battery
  Dr L Johnson
Applications accepted all year round
The Aim is to understand the dynamic chemistry within the lithium-ion battery during cycling with specific focus on routes of failure and degradation.
  Thin films for silicon-based tandem photovoltaics
  Prof JD Murphy, Dr NE Grant
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
More than 90% of photovoltaic solar cells are made from crystalline silicon, and this market share is increasing as worldwide installations approach the terawatt level.
  Exploring recycling and reuse of end-of-life lithium-ion batteries
  Dr P Allan
Application Deadline: 13 January 2019
With an increasing number of electric vehicles being purchased in the UK, methods to recycle automotive batteries at the end of life are urgently needed.
  PhD studentship opportunity in Multiscale Modelling of Lithium-sulfur Batteries
  Research Group: Automotive Engineering Research Group
  Dr T Zhang, Dr C Lekakou
Applications accepted all year round
Lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries hold the promise of becoming the next generation battery technology for automotive and transport applications due to its 2-3 times higher energy density than today’s lithium-ion batteries.
  Glass to ceramic transition in sodium solid-state electrolytes
  Prof P Salmon, Dr A Zeidler
Application Deadline: 27 January 2019
Glass-ceramics are special materials, whose composition and microstructure can be tailored to deliver the properties of both glass and polycrystalline materials, which include a low coefficient of thermal expansion, optical transparency, machinability and biocompatibility.
  Advanced cell chemistry for aluminium-based rechargeable batteries
  Prof A R Hillman, Prof K Ryder
Application Deadline: 28 January 2019
Batteries are of increasing importance in zero emission vehicles, mobile computing and communication, energy storage from (intermittent) renewable sources, back-up for grid failure, and operation in “off-grid” environments.
  In situ far-infrared spectroscopy of electrochemical interfaces within batteries
  Prof L Hardwick, Prof R J Nichols
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019
In situ spectroscopies are amongst the most important innovations for modern electrochemistry since they are able to deliver precise molecular level views of electrochemical interfaces and reactions.
  Sub nanometre coatings for energy storage and harvesting applications
  Dr NE Grant, Prof JD Murphy
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Global energy generation is heavily reliant on fossil fuels, and unless these ’dirty’ sources are replaced by sustainable energy technologies such as photovoltaics (PV) and wind, global warming will quickly become unmanageable.
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