The EngD is an alternative to a traditional PhD aimed at students wanting a career in industry. Students spend about 75% of their time working directly with a company in addition to receiving advanced-level training from a broad portfolio of technical and business courses.
PhDs are offered in an exciting and challenging research area, with a vibrant group of experimentalists and theoreticians developing and applying ultra-compact accelerators and x-ray sources based on laser-plasma interactions.
The University of Surry is offering a PhD studentship through the Radiation Detection Doctoral Network ‘RadNet’. This is a new collaborative doctoral training programme carrying out research and training in radiation detection and applications.
A 3-and-a-half year PhD position is available in in the Sussex Experimental Particle Physics Group. We are currently accepting applications for an industrial collaborative PhD studentship as part of the Radiation Detection Doctoral Network (Radnet).
The project aims at developing medical physics techniques for dosimetry of clinically used proton and hadron beams at the micrometre scale in order to improve cancer treatment with biologically optimized planning.
A fully-funded PhD studentship is available in high power laser-plasma physics, working within a vibrant team of experimentalists and theoreticians, to investigate relativistic plasma physics and laser-driven ion acceleration.