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  Advanced microwave filter synthesis techniques using coupling matrix approach
  Dr Y Wang
Applications accepted all year round

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A PhD student is sought to undertake original research in microwave filter synthesis techniques using coupling matrix approach. Microwave filter design is generally a well-established engineering area.
  Multi-band microwave bandpass filter synthesis
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Dr R N Gajaweera
Applications accepted all year round

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In recent years there has been a rapid development in dual and tri-band communication systems and now researches are concentrating on cognitive radio which can be operated in multiple frequency bands.
  Microwave assisted local heating for biomedical applications
  Dr N Nilavalan, Prof W Balachandran
Applications accepted all year round

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Many biomedical applications require DNA amplifications and isothermal amplification is a technique used to address these requirements.
  Plasma-assisted technologies for clean combustion
  Dr K Volkov
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The successful ignition of a combustible mixture not only initiates the combustion but also influences the subsequent combustion process.
  On-chip superconducting microwave cavities for superfluid optomechanics
  Dr X Rojas
Applications accepted all year round

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Studying quantum effects in mechanical systems is appealing to both understanding the foundation of quantum theory, and developing applications in quantum technology.
  PHD in RF-Powered Battery-less Wireless Sensor Network Design and Peformance Evaluation for Internet of Things (IoT) Applications SEBE0028
  Dr C H See, Prof H Yu, Dr K Goh
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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Wireless sensor network (WSN) is a cutting-edge technology with applications in every corner, ranging from space exploration, process/production, environment monitoring to healthcare inspection and disease diagnosis, and essentially forms the core of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
  Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) to mitigate air pollution
  Dr A Laybourn, Dr Chris Dodds
Applications accepted all year round

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Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are high surface area materials based on metal nodes/clusters and organic linkers. MOFs are highly tuneable enabling them to be tailored towards gaseous pollutant capture and separation.
  Sub-THz Radar sensing of the Environment for future Autonomous Marine platforms (STREAM)
  Dr D A Robertson
Applications accepted all year round

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This PhD will complement the 3.5 year STREAM project, a £1.5M EPSRC funded collaboration between the University of St Andrews and the University of Birmingham.
  PhD in Engineering: Fundamental interactions of cells with electromagnetic fields
  Dr C Williams
Application Deadline: 26 June 2020

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Underpinning the function of any biosensor is the fundamental interaction that leads to the reporter signal of the sensor. Within this IDTH, we are already using microwaves for the rapid release of target DNA from cells, and study the fundamental interactions of microwaves with living cells.
  PHD in Miniaturised Cellulose Nanomaterial-based Antennas and Arrays Design and Performance Evaluation for Internet of Things applications. SEBE0029
  Dr C H See, Dr M Dorris, Dr D Sun, Prof H Yu
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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The advances in wireless networks and electronics have led to the emergence of Wireless Sensor networks (WSNs), which are considered to be one of the most important technologies that can revolutionize healthcare systems.
  A combined framework of machine learning and full waveform inversion for electromagnetic sensing of infrastructure (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/MCE/WARREN)
  Dr C Warren, Prof J Martin
Applications accepted all year round

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Electromagnetic sensing systems, such as Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), are critical tools to allow us to evaluate the condition of surface and sub-surface infrastructure.
  Advanced Manufacturing of Antennas for Wireless Data Transmission
  Dr T Jones, Prof A Abdolvand
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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The efficient transmission of data for 5G application and the internet-of-things, is pushing the development of electromechanical device fabrication, especially with regards to the design and testing of unique antenna systems within the RF/microwave frequencies, and applications further extended upto THz ranges.
  Surface Acoustic Wave Sensors for Infrastructure Monitoring
  Research Group: Electronic Materials & Devices
  Prof T Prodromakis
Application Deadline: 31 August 2020

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Supervisor. Professor Themis Prodromakis. Project description. The Centre for Electronics Frontiers at the University of Southampton is a dynamic interdisciplinary Centre that delivers novel solutions for advanced sensory systems, energy technologies and unconventional computing architectures.
  Electromagnetic dosimetry in a reverberant environment
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Dr M P Robinson
Applications accepted all year round

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The aim is to assess how much power is absorbed in the human body from exposure to radiation from mobile phones, hand-held radios, and other microwave sources.
  Production of value-added chemicals and/or fuels from plastic wastes by unconventional technologies
  Dr I Graca, Dr C Fernandez-Martin, Dr A McCue
Applications accepted all year round

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Plastics are the preferred materials in many important areas, such as packaging, beverage, construction, automobiles, medicine, etc., owing to their low cost, easy manufacture, and physicochemical properties.
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