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thin film PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 30 thin film PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Self-assembly of nanoparticles on thin films and droplets of surfactant-polymer mixes

Many types of nanomaterials rely on the self-assembly process of their corresponding nanoparticles. Soft matter thin films are often used as templates to direct the assembly of the nanoparticles into desired arrangements. Read more

Self-assembly of nanoparticles on thin films and droplets of surfactant-polymer mixes

Many types of nanomaterials rely on the self-assembly process of their corresponding nanoparticles. Soft matter thin films are often used as templates to direct the assembly of the nanoparticles into desired arrangements. Read more

Electronic properties of ferroelectric domain walls

Perovskite oxides, materials with the simple chemical formula ABO3 (where A and B are positively charged cations), can exhibit a vast range of phenomena, including ferroelectricity, high-temperature superconductivity, and magnetism. Read more

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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Preparation and Characterisation of ‘Green’ Photocathodes for the Generation of High-Brightness Electron Beams

The quality of the electron beam in an accelerator is limited largely by that of the electron source. Fourth generation light sources such as the planned UK X-FEL and ultrafast electron diffraction projects require high-brightness electron sources. Read more

Altermagnetism. A new phase for Spin

  Research Group: Condensed matter and materials physics
Recently, there have been observations in which phenomena typical of ferromagnets are accompanied by order that would normally be associated with antiferromagnets. Read more

Particle-surface adhesive forces and their role in resuspension phenomena

This project will be undertaken through the EPSRC Aerosol Science CDT with the University of Bristol and the University of Bath. Resuspension of coarse particles is a significant source of aerosol particles and can pose an enduring health risk (e.g. Read more

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