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Using the Ionic Liquid Ion Sources for Focused Ion Beam applications: Investigating the fundamentals

  Research Group: Astronautics
Supervisory Team:  Dr Charlie Ryan, Dr Oleg Buchnev (ORC). Project description. Gallium Liquid Metal Ion Sources (LMIS) are the standard choice for ion beam material etching, facilitating ion beam lithography as the go-to technique for in situ microfabrication. Read more

Winchester School of Art (WSA) PhD Studentships

Part of the University of Southampton (a Russell Group research-intensive university), Winchester School of Art has a growing reputation as an international centre for research in global art and design and culture and communication, with nearly 80% of its research judged world-leading or internationally excellent (latest REF, 2014). Read more

Development of Nanomaterial Coating and Stabilising Strategies

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Xunli Zhang (Engineering, 60%); Dr Eugen Stulz (Chemistry, 40%). Project description. There are unmet needs to develop effective materials to absorb infra-red (IR) light, e.g., for IR signature management. Read more

Identification and development of cyclic peptide inhibitors of the Myc oncogenic transcription factor

Supervisory Team:  Prof Ali Tavassoli. Project description. We are seekign an outstanding applicant to work on an industrially-sponsored chemical biology project to identify and develop inhibitors of an oncogenic transcription factor. Read more

Atomistic and multiscale simulations of next generation energy storage systems

Supervisory Team. Professor Chris-Kriton Skylaris (80%) and Professor Denis Kramer (20%). Project description. Li-ion batteries have a vast range of applications from mobile phones and laptops to electric vehicles. Read more

Ultrafast Photoelectron Spectroscopy as a sensitive probe for molecular structure and dynamics

Supervisory Team. Dr Russell Minns, Dr Maria Krikunova (External, ELI Beamlines). Project description. Photochemistry involves the coupled motion of atoms and electrons on ultrafast timescales. Read more

Power system stability with renewable energy and grid-forming resources

  Research Group: Electrical Power Engineering
Supervisory Team.   Dr Efstratios Batzelis. Post summary. Applications are invited for one PhD studentship to be undertaken at the University of Southampton, School of Electronics and Computer Science. Read more

Renewable Integration in Power Systems: Challenges in Stability and Control

  Research Group: Electrical Power Engineering
Supervisory Team. Dr Abhinav Kumar Singh, Dr. Stratis Batzelis   . Project description. A fully-funded 3.5-year PhD studentship for UK students on Renewable Integration in Power Systems at the University of Southampton, a top university for Electrical Power Engineering in the UK and worldwide. Read more

Tribological Challenges of Green Energy Production and Use

  Research Group: nCATS
Supervisory Team:  Monica Ratoi, Brian Mellor.  Project description. An Industrially Sponsored Project. The reduction of carbon emissions which contribute to climate change requires novel technologies for green energy production and use e.g. Read more

The impact of continental break-up on the global carbon cycle

Project Rationale. The rupture of continents and the formation of new ocean basins are perhaps the most dramatic phenomena in global tectonics but these processes are rarely shown in text book cartoons of the plate tectonic and biogeochemical cycles (e.g., Kelemen & Manning, 2015). Read more

Marine Soundscapes - finding and communicating biological signals within acoustic data collected by autonomous vehicles

Project Rationale. Our oceans are increasingly noisy due to increasing anthropogenic activities, particularly shipping. This noisiness impacts marine mammals and some fish species who rely on sound to communicate, find prey, and steer clear of hazards and predators. Read more

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