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  Discovery of high-temperature superconductors using Deep Learning (Reference LRC1902CHEM)
  Dr D Bollegala, Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr M Gaultois, Dr V Gusev
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
High temperature superconductivity has great promise to transform society because it offers the transmission of electricity without loss of energy and the creation of large magnetic fields with applications including healthcare.
  Deep Learning with main target to Discover High-Temperature Superconductors
  Dr D Bollegala, Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr M Gaultois, Dr V Gusev
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
Reference LRC1903 CS. High temperature superconductivity has great promise to transform society because it offers the transmission of electricity without loss of energy and the creation of large magnetic fields with applications including healthcare.
  PhD in the interlink between charge order and superconductivity
  Dr S Ramos
Application Deadline: 8 February 2019
A PhD position is available in the field of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics. This project is in competition with other projects offered by the School of Physical Sciences for one of a number of Vice Chancellor’s PhD Studentships.
  Control of charge density waves in quantum materials by light and 2D self-assembly
  Dr E Da Como, Prof S J Bending
Application Deadline: 27 January 2019
One of the most fascinating states of matter is the charge density wave (CDW) condensate. It has been observed in a diverse range of materials, including 2D transition-metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), cuprate superconductors, and metal-oxides [1].
  Topological mesoscopic superfluidity of 3He
  Prof J Saunders
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Superfluid 3He is one of the most exciting and rich condensed matter systems we know. Over the past thirty years its intellectual impact has been felt in areas as diverse as unconventional superconductivity, cosmology and turbulence.
  Experimental Studies of Unconventional Superconductors
  Dr M R Lees, Dr G Balakrishnan
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
In conventional superconductors the supercurrents are carried by s-wave Cooper pairs. In unconventional superconductors, the pair wave function may be an odd-parity spin-triplet, or perhaps some mixture of even and odd parity.
  Development of Superconducting Detectors and Filtering Structures for the Next Generation of Sub-mm Astronomical Instruments
  Research Group: Astronomy Instrumentation
  Dr S Doyle
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
The Cardiff Astronomy Instrumentation Group (AIG) is one of the world leaders in Kinetic Inductance Detector (KID) development. These superconducting detectors are the most promising technology for the next generation of millimeter – THz wave detectors.
  Studying the applicability of multilayer thin film structures to superconducting RF cavities
  Dr T Junginger
Applications accepted all year round
Modern and planned state-of-the-art particle accelerators employ hundreds or thousands of superconducting radio frequency (SRF) niobium cavities to increase the energy of charged particles.
  Precision Many-Body Physics - developing state-of-the-art methods for the accurate description of many-electron systems
  Dr E Kozik
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are open for a PhD studentship in Condensed Matter Theory to work on the project “Precision Many-Body Physics” in the group of Dr.
  Studying the applicability of multilayer thin film structures to superconducting RF cavities
  Dr T Junginger
Applications accepted all year round
Modern and planned state-of-the-art particle accelerators employ hundreds or thousands of superconducting radio frequency (SRF) niobium cavities to increase the energy of charged particles.
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