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Unconventional Superconductors

Department of Physics ( University of Warwick ( Superconductivity and Magnetism Groups ( Read more

Development of precision methods for correlated electrons and unconventional superconductivity

The aim of this project is to develop novel computational techniques for predicting properties of correlated electrons with known and controlled error bars, and apply these tools to the longstanding problem of unconventional and high-temperature superconductivity. Read more

Discovery of high-temperature superconductors using Deep Learning

High temperature superconductivity has great promise to transform society through the transmission of electricity with zero resistance, though the underlying physics is complex and difficult to predict from first principles, and the space of possible materials is large and equally complex. Read more

PhD positions on strongly correlated quantum matter

Strongly correlated many-body systems are at the forefront of current research in condensed matter physics and beyond. Such systems feature centrally in the ongoing attempts to develop theories for high-temperature superconducting materials, which are of major importance for both fundamental and applied reasons. Read more

AC Loss research in high temperature superconductors for fusion technology

We have a fully funded PhD scholarship available for research into experimental and numerical study of energy dissipation (AC loss) in high temperature superconductors for nuclear fusion technology. Read more

Superconducting bearings for high-speed machines

Would you like to contribute to building a sustainable low-emissions future? High power-density superconducting motors and generators are being actively studied as solutions for powering future large-scale electric aircraft. Read more

Powering the next generation of superconducting devices

Background. Superconductivity has the potential to revolutionise the modern world1. From space-based magnetoplasmadynamic thrusters2, fusion energy reactors3 and highly efficient motors4, superconductors can drive real change. Read more

Studying the Vibrations and other Properties of ‘Caged’ Molecules

Supervisory Team.   Prof. David Smith- Physics, Prof. Richard Whitby -Chem. Project description. This PhD project will focus on the fundamental molecular and solid-state properties of endofullerenes. Read more

The Max Planck Society is Germany's premier research organization. The 86 Max Planck Institutes conduct research at highest levels, in the service of the general public, in the natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. Read more

Combining Layers to Create New Inorganic Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

A diversity of novel materials is needed for applications such as photovoltaics, batteries, photocatalysts and thermoelectric generators to move to completely non-petrochemical energy generation and storage. Read more

Probing the local structure of functional materials under high pressure

This is a joint collaborative project between the University of Warwick and the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source. ISIS is a world-leading facility for studying the atomic-level structure of materials that attracts over 3000 external researchers each year from over 30 different countries. Read more

Ferroelectric field effect transistors for next generation non-volatile memories and cognitive computing

Perovskite oxides are a family of materials that display an incredible diversity of physical phenomena including high-temperature superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance, magnetism, ferroelectricity, etc. Read more

Structurally control over the electronic properties of oxide materials

The technologically useful electronic properties of many oxide materials are strongly influenced by small changes in their average or local atomic structure. … Read more

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