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thermoelectric PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 8 thermoelectric PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Wearable Thermoelectric Generators Using Advanced Materials

Supervisory Team: Dr Katrina Morgan, Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis . Project description. Wearable technologies are revolutionising our daily lives, integrating everyday objects into our clothes, accessories and even our bodies. Read more

Inspired by nature: sulfide minerals as sustainable and efficient thermoelectric materials

We have a vacancy for a PhD student to join a project at the forefront of research in thermoelectric materials, which can be used in devices for the direct conversion of waste heat into electrical power. Read more

Theremoelectric Nanomaterials for Energy Recovery

Thermoelectric materials offer the unique capability to convert waste heat directly into electrical energy. Efficiency is related to a figure of merit (ZT S2sT/k), that is determined by the Seebeck coefficient (S), electrical conductivity (s) and thermal conductivity (k). Read more

Thermo-electric materials for tab cooling of advanced batteries

Supervisory Team.   Prof Richard Wills, Dr Iris Nandhakumar. Project description. Effective thermal management of lithium-based battery systems is important for optimising cell efficiency, reducing cell degradation and preventing catastrophic failure. Read more

Harnessing waste-heat from challenging environments with flexible electronics, sponsored by BAE Systems

Supervisory Team. Dr Katrina Morgan, Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis, Prof Nick Harris, Prof Steve Beeby. Project description. This PhD is a sought after industrial Cooperative Award in Science and Techology (iCASE), with sponsorship from BAE Systems Ltd. Read more

Quantum phenomena and energy conversion in two-dimensional materials nanostructures

Fully funded PhD position on Quantum phenomena and energy conversion in two‐dimensional materials and nanostructures. UK-Greece collaboration in European Research Council (ERC) Project. Read more
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Nanofabrication of novel materials for spintronics and energy harvesting

Society has benefitted from the continued miniaturisation of electronic components to the extent that we now take the availability of portable personal devices such as smart watches, phones, tablets and lighter, faster laptops for granted. Read more
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