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  Design and Discovery of Functional Inorganic Materials
  Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr J Claridge
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
New inorganic materials are needed to advance technologies such as batteries for electric vehicles and grid storage, and to develop basic science.
  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.
  Towards sustainable infrastructure materials: predictive physico-chemical modelling of concrete degradation
  Dr R Myers
Application Deadline: 1 March 2019
The Industrial Ecology Team at the University of Edinburgh is seeking an outstanding PhD candidate to develop a new method that can predict the material and environmental performance of concrete infrastructure in service.
  Porous Materials and 2D Materials for Sensors and Electrochemical Energy Conversion
  Prof W Liu
Applications accepted all year round
Requirements. Candidates with Master degrees or who will get Master degree in 2019 in fields of Physical Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry and Organic/Polymer Chemistry are strongly encouraged to apply.
  Coordination chemistry approaches to new biosensors and imaging tools and the elucidation of their interactions with cancer cells
  Prof S Pascu
Application Deadline: 16 December 2018
Supervisory team. Lead supervisor - Prof Sofia Pascu (Department of Chemistry). Co-supervisors - Dr Pedro Estrela (Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering), Dr Charareh Pourzand (Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology).
  Understanding the electronic properties of self-assembled materials by a combination of theory and experiment
  Dr M.A Zwijnenburg
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
A fully funded PhD studentship is available to work under the co-supervision of Dr. Martijn Zwijnenburg and Dr. Rob Palgrave on understanding the electronic properties of self-assembled materials by a combination of theory and experiment.
  Nano Materials for Applications in Energy Recovery
  Prof A.V. Powell
Applications accepted all year round
There is an opportunity to pursue a PhD in solid-state materials chemistry. The project will involve the synthesis of novel nano-scale materials for applications in thermoelectric energy harvesting.
  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.
  Discovery of high-temperature superconductors using Deep Learning (Reference LRC1902CHEM)
  Dr D Bollegala, Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr M Gaultois, Dr V Gusev
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
High temperature superconductivity has great promise to transform society because it offers the transmission of electricity without loss of energy and the creation of large magnetic fields with applications including healthcare.
  Development of Novel Microporous Polymers for Advanced Membrane Separations
  Dr S Shahid
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Membrane based separation techniques can be an order of magnitude more energy efficient than the heat driven separations (e.g. distillation).
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