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What makes radial diffusion tick? The symmetries driving radiation belt dynamics. (Advert ref: STFC23/EE/MPEE/BENTLEY)

Earth’s radiation belts are a collection of high energy electrons trapped by the magnetic field. Prediction of the particle populations here is an ongoing question due to the increasing number of satellites whose orbit coincides with the outer radiation belt. Read more

Next-generation models of radiation belt to assess importance of different acceleration and loss mechanisms (Advert ref: NUDATA23/MPEE/WATT)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

Searching for the key hidden influences on the Van Allen Radiation Belts (Advert ref: NUDATA23/EE/MPEE/RAE2)

This project is being offered as part of the STFC Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science, called NUdata, which is a collaboration between Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, STFC, and a portfolio of over 40 industrial partners, including SMEs, large/multinational companies, Government and not-for profit organisations, and international humanitarian organisations. Read more

Optimisation and control of laser-driven radiation sources using machine learning

Due to their compact nature and unique properties, high power laser-driven particle and radiation sources are an enabling technology with the potential for impact in a wide range of sectors, including medicine, industry and security. Routine generation of optimised and stable radiation beams is a key challenge for the development and exploitation of these promising sources. Read more

An integrative approach to studying evolutionary radiation, hybridisation and biodiversity: the Cervidae (deer) as an example.

Despite recent advances in phylogenetic analysis of the deer (Cervidae), many genera remain taxonomically confused. This is particularly true among New World taxa, which represent a recent adaptive radiation (Heckeberg et al. Read more

Reconstruction of Transverse Beam Distribution using Machine Learning

The beam transverse distribution in CERN's high-radiation environment is measured by imaging the light generated by the particle beam hitting a scintillating screen, using cameras produced in-house based on radiation hard tubes. 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

Mars crustal magnetic fields: protection for exploration

The surface of Mars is a harsh environment for robotic and human exploration, with strong temperature differences (0 to 20 °C during the day and -100 to -120 °C at night), ultraviolet radiation which penetrates the thin atmosphere, and a significant radiation environment from galactic and solar energetic particle sources. Read more

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