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magnetism PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 9 magnetism PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD in Neuromorphic Metamaterials

PhD in Neuromorphic Metamaterials. London Centre for Nanotechnology. Supervisor. Jack C. Gartside. Applications are invited for a 4-year PhD studentship in Neuromorphic Metamaterials, supervised by Dr Jack Gartside in the Department of Physics & Astronomy, University College London. Read more

CDT-QTE: Symmetry-based optimal control of nuclear spins

Supervisory Team. Prof Malcolm Levitt FRS, Dr Marina Carravetta, Prof Ilya Kuprov. Project description. This project is part of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Quantum Technology Engineering at the University of Southampton. Read more

Machine learning assisted optimization techniques for fitting excitonic spin-orbit models to big data

A PhD studentship is available in the group of Chris Stock (School of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Edinburgh in collaboration with Russell Ewings (STFC-ISIS) and Bo Liu (University of Glasgow School of Electrical Engineering). Read more

Superconductors that survive ultra-high magnetic fields: Revealing the role of symmetry

The University of Otago is pleased to offer one PhD studentship funded by the Royal Society of New Zealand to study the theory of unconventional superconductivity in the Department of Physics on a full-time basis. Read more

Electronic properties of ferroelectric domain walls

Perovskite oxides, materials with the simple chemical formula ABO3 (where A and B are positively charged cations), can exhibit a vast range of phenomena, including ferroelectricity, high-temperature superconductivity, and magnetism. Read more

Using Radical Electrochemistry to Actively Rescue the Climate

The climate challenge has two important components, one is the depleting ozone layer in the stratosphere and the other is the increasing amount of greenhouse gases in the troposphere. Read more
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