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metal-organic frameworks PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 14 metal-organic frameworks PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Doping quantum radical metal-organic frameworks – DISCO MOF

The Cliffe group at the University of Nottingham are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and talented PhD student to join our research team on a 4 year PhD Scholarship. Read more

Dynamic behaviours of metal-organic frameworks and their guests

Self-funded applicants are invited to join our vibrant research community at the University of Birmingham's School of Chemistry for a PhD position focused on functional Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs). Read more

Synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks Using Rotaxane-based Ligands.

The PhD project will focus on the preparation of metal-organic frameworks (MOF) using rotaxane-based ligands. In particular, the project will demonstrate how rotaxane motion affects the adsorption of guest molecules in MOFs. Read more

Enhancing PMMA Bone Cement Performance and Biocompatibility using Metal-Organic Frameworks

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3 year full-time or 6 year part-time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences and will be supervised by Dr Marta Roldo and Professor Paul Cox. Read more

Soft & Crystalline Composite Materials: Developing Total Scattering Workflows for the Interrogation of Structure.

An exciting interdisciplinary project for an enthusiastic student to develop a broad range of expertise, combining the experimental and computationally-based characterisation of advanced composite materials. Read more

PhD in Chemistry - Taking Crystal Sponges into the Nanoscale Using 3D Electron Diffraction

Bright, highly motivated candidates are invited to apply for a fully funded 3.5 year PhD position in the School of Chemistry, available to commence on 1st October 2024 in the Forgan research group at the University of Glasgow, which will focus on the use of electron diffraction to characterize metal-organic frameworks and probe new applications such as the nanoscale crystal sponge technique. Read more

Non-thermal plasma as a chemical reagent: elucidating mechanism and exploring NTP for pharmaceutically relevant electroreductive reactions

Chemistry depends on electrons, but we cannot yet fully control electrons to deliver precise reactivity. Controlled high-energy electron sources—such as non-thermal plasma (NTP)—could unlock new and selective chemical transformations, but little is known about these states of matter when mixed with reaction media. Read more

Advancing hyperpolarised solid-state NMR spectroscopy for materials science

This PhD project is open to a wide range of research directions, depending on the interests and abilities of the candidate. The main topic will concern the application and development of methods for advanced NMR investigations of hyperpolarised solids. Read more

Novel Material (MOFs) Synthesis using Microfluidic Reactor

Project description. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), composed of organic linkers and metal nodes, are a class of crystalline porous materials with great application potential. Read more
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