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Microwave assisted heterogeneous catalysis

The PhD will be based within the Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI) (www.cf.ac.uk/cci) which is one of the leading centres for catalyst research focussed on improving the understanding of catalysis, developing new catalytic processes with industry and promoting the use of catalysis as a sustainable 21st century technology. Read more

Development of ignition systems for energy systems

There have been consistent efforts in developing more fast and efficient combustion. Microwave discharges are widely used for plasma-assisted ignition of air/fuel mixtures. Read more

Integrated microwave photonics

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Peter G R Smith, Dr James Gates. Project description. Our team specializes in the development and manufacturing of novel optoelectronic devices for applications in quantum technology, integrated optical sensors and optical telecommunications. Read more

Research on non-invasive blood glucose monitoring using microwave cavity

In recent years there has been a growing interest in self-monitoring of health issues using electronics. One key area is that of measuring blood glucose levels for, in particular, diabetic patients. Read more

Advanced manufacturing of paediatric formulations with poorly water soluble drugs

This project employs an advanced manufacturing technique, microwave-induced in situ amorphization, in combination with a wide range of characterization techniques to tackle the consistent stability issue of amorphous solid dispersions as a means of improving the dissolution performance of paediatric personalised formulations with poorly water soluble drugs.   . Read more

Creation and Characterisation of Spin Defects for Quantum Technology

Supervisors: Professor Neil Alford and Dr Daan Arroo. Start date: October 2022. Duration: 3.5 Years. Entry requirements: Ideally, you will hold, or be expected to achieve, a Master’s degree or a 4-year undergraduate degree at 2:1 level (or above) in a relevant subject, e.g. Read more

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