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radiation PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 100 radiation PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Fully Funded PhD Scholarship in Gamma Radiation Dose Evaluation (GRaDE) - Outdoor gamma dose evaluation for the Irish population

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time funded PhD scholarship starting in May 2024, affiliated to the College of Science and Engineering / School of Natural Sciences / Earth and Ocean Sciences / Ryan Institute, at the University of Galway. Read more

PhD in Learned Iterative Image Reconstruction for Tomographic Imaging with the Radiotherapy Treatment Radiation

​Radiation therapy is used for more than half of all cancer patients. New frontiers in radiation therapy are reached by integrating together imaging and radiation-therapy systems, for imaging the patient immediately prior or during treatment. Read more
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Development of automatic plan-of-the-day selection tools for radiation therapy of pelvic cancer

This PhD is an exciting opportunity to apply your physics, mathematics, and/or computing skills to improve the way in which we treat patients with cancer. We are seeking an individual who is a keen programmer, and wishes to work in a multidisciplinary environment with radiographers, physicists, and clinicians and is passionate about a career in cancer research and medical imaging. . Read more

Reconfigurable tensorial impedance surfaces for modulating RF scattering and antenna function (enhanced stipend) Ref: 5053

Project Description. It is the focus of this project to design, model, fabricate and characterise active 2D metasurfaces that demonstrate a reconfigurable tensorial surface impedance [1-3] to enable temporal modulation of the amplitude, frequency, phase, directionality, or polarisation state of RF/mm-wave radiation. Read more

Modelling and Computation for Radiation Chemistry at Interfaces

This project is an interdisciplinary collaboration between Mathematics and Chemistry. Real-world applications include safe radioactive wate disposal, plutonium stewardship and radiation based cancer care. Read more

Understanding and Controlling Beam Losses in High-Power X-ray Free-Electron Lasers

Light sources based on electron accelerators have long been of crucial importance for scientific and engineering research in fields ranging from medicine and life sciences to the properties and structure of materials. Read more

Generation of THz radiation beams and its applications

John Adams Institute (JAI) for Accelerator Science offers a PhD opportunity in the area of advanced instrumentation, in particular, development of beyond state-of-the-art non-invasive THz generators in modern accelerator facilities based on coherent Cherenkov diffraction radiation mechanism. Read more

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