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  PhD Studentship in Nano-electronics: Resistive-switching memory devices (ReRAM/FeRAM/memristor) and its application in neuromorphic and in-memory computing systems
  Prof W Zhang
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for a PhD position in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
  The Calculation of the Switching of Molecular Quantum Dot Cellular Automata for Mixed Valence Molecules
  Dr G Edwards, Dr G. Spink
Applications accepted all year round
The field of Nanoelectronics is concerned with the materials, devices, circuits and systems relevant to contemporary integrated circuits (ICs).
  The Simulation of Quantum Transport in Topological Insulators (TIs) and TI Based Nanoscale Field Effect Transistors (TI FETs)
  Dr G Edwards, Dr T. Papadopoulos
Applications accepted all year round
The field of Nanoelectronics is concerned with the materials, devices, circuits and systems relevant to contemporary integrated circuits (ICs).
  PhD Studentship – Supramolecular rare-earth photoncs for quantum memories
  Dr S Thompson
Application Deadline: 10 May 2019
Interviews will be held as applications are received. PhD Description. We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organised student to join a vibrant and growing Organic Chemistry research group to work on a collaborative project with the Zepler Institute for Photonics and Nanoelectronics.
  Spintronics with Topological Semimetals
  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
  Prof Y Xu
Applications accepted all year round
According to Moore’s law, the number of transistors in integrated circuits doubles approximately every two years. If this trend continues, the atomic length scales will be reached within several years.
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