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  Crystal shape alteration using combined wet-milling and temperature cycling approaches
  Dr T Vetter
Applications accepted all year round
Crystallization is the most frequently used separation process in the manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API), where it provides purification and form control and enables isolation of the API as solid particles that can be further processed into a formulated drug product.
  Contact models for DEM simulations of non-spherical particles
  Dr K Hanley, Dr J Blackford
Application Deadline: 1 July 2019
The discrete element method (DEM) is a simulation tool originally developed in the 1970s. DEM allows complex systems of particles to be modelled, enabling analysis of the particle-scale mechanisms that underlie the complexity of the overall material response.
  Phase behaviour and Dynamics of Colloidal Liquid Crystals of Board-like Particles
  Research Group: Multiscale Modelling
  Dr A Patti, Prof A Masters
Applications accepted all year round
Colloids consist of particles dispersed in a solvent, whose size, between 10 nm and 10 μm, is small enough to neglect sedimentation with respect to Brownian motion.
  Non-exhaust particulate matter from road traffic
  Prof R Harrison, Dr Z Shi
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Our group has been at the forefront of work internationally to characterise and quantify non-exhaust emissions from road traffic1.
  Particle Dynamics in Thermally Driven Flows
  Dr M Lappa
Applications accepted all year round
We propose an investigation into a variety of dynamics and effects produced by the interaction of particles with fluid flow driven by a temperature gradient.
  Super-macro-particles to improve in Particle-in-cell codes.
  Dr J Gratus, Dr H Owen
Applications accepted all year round
Supervisor. Dr. Jonathan Gratus (Lancaster University) and Dr. Hywel Owen (Manchester University). A studentship is available from Oct 2019 on the development of the theory, computer coding and testing of an exciting new idea for improving the numerical simulation of charged particles.
  Improving our understanding of ice cloud microphysics using new aircraft and multi-wavelength radar measurements
  Dr C Westbrook, Dr T Stein, Dr S Mason
Applications accepted all year round
Ice particles in clouds play an important role for both weather and climate prediction. Half of all precipitation globally is initiated through the formation of ice, while the radiative impact of ice clouds is very important because of their widespread coverage.
  Development of nature-inspired polyester particles for cancer vaccines
  Prof Bernd Rehm
Applications accepted all year round
Advances in synthetic biology allows recombinant bacteria to produce protein coated polyester particles. These polyester particles have been utilized as particulate vaccines against bacterial and viral infections.
  Assessing nanoparticle populations in historic nuclear waste
  Prof EA Patterson
Applications accepted all year round
Legacy ponds at the Sellafield site have been used to store historic radioactive waste for decades, and progress is being made in reducing the risks associated with these facilities.
  Functionalized Biocompatible Block Copolymer Particles and Fibres Produced by Electrospraying/Electrospinning for Biomedical Applications
  Dr E Themistou
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The design of novel biodegradable polymeric nano- and micro- structures containing functional groups is of high importance in the biomedical field, and especially in drug delivery and tissue engineering.
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