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  Magnetic hyperthemia for cancer treatment: synthesis, biofunctionalisation of nanoparticles for thermo-chemotherapy
  Prof N T K Thanh
Applications accepted all year round
Funded 3.5 years PhD. Open to UK nationals. Functional magnetic nanoparticles for cancer treatment. Supervisor. Prof Nguyen TK Thanh.
  Magnetic fields and laser-driven fusion plasmas
  Prof N Woolsey
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Magnetic confinement fusion or MCF relies upon a strong magnetic field to confine the plasma and limit electron thermal conduction to the walls of the experiment.
  Sensitivity-enhanced benchtop NMR spectroscopy
  Dr M E Halse
Applications accepted all year round
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is powerful analytical technique with routine applications throughout the chemical and physical sciences.
  Developing Magnetic Resonance Targeting Methods
  Dr A Kennerley
Applications accepted all year round
Magnetic resonance targeting (MRT) is a novel method which repurposes the imaging gradient coils, inherent in most clinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems, to essentially steer super paramagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) labelled particles to a target regions deep within a sample.
  Discovery of complex intermetallics as advanced magnetic and electrocatalytic materials (Reference LRC1901)
  Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr A Cowan, Dr J Alaria, Dr M Gaultois
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
This project involves the experimental design and synthesis of new intermetallic materials and characterisation of their crystal structures and magnetic and electrocatalytic properties.
  Evaluating the benefits and challenges of ultra-high field (11.7T) for magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy
  Prof R Bowtell, Prof D Auer, Prof P Gowland, Dr P Glover
Application Deadline: 25 February 2019
High magnetic field strength offers great benefits for magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy, providing improved spatial and temporal resolution, greater sensitivity to physiological changes - particularly for functional brain imaging - and access to new contrasts, such as those based on chemical exchange saturation transfer and magnetic susceptibility.
  Data-driven reconstruction algorithms for Magnetic Resonance Elastography
  Dr M Iglesias, Prof D Avitabile, Dr D McGrath
Applications accepted all year round
Modelling and Analytics for Medicine and Life sciences Doctoral Training Centre. PhD Scholarship. Supervisors. Marco Iglesias (School of Mathematical Sciences), Daniele Avitabile (School of Mathematical Sciences) and Deirdre McGrath (School of Medicine).
  Graduate Studentship in Experimental Physical Chemistry: characterisation of the spin dynamics and magnetic sensitivity of cryptochromes and related compounds using specialised laser-based spectroscopic techniques
  Prof P Hore
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Ref. PJH/ERC/Exp/2019. Applications are invited for a DPhil studentship in Experimental Physical Chemistry available from 1st April 2019, to work with Professors Peter Hore, Christiane Timmel and Stuart Mackenzie.
  Graduate Studentship in Theoretical/Computational Chemistry: calculations of the spin dynamics and magnetic sensitivity of cryptochromes and related compounds
  Prof P Hore
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Ref. PJH/ERC/Theo/2019. Applications are invited for a DPhil studentship in Theoretical/Computational Chemistry available from 1st April 2019, to work with Professors Peter Hore and David Manolopoulos.
  The dynamics of jets in rapidly rotating fluids by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation
  Dr P Livermore, Prof R Hollerbach
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The movement of electrically conducting liquid inside the core of Earth and other planets is responsible for generating their planetary magnetic fields, yet we know very little about their dynamics, as creating realistic simulations is extremely challenging.
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