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  Computed Tomography at the Quantum Limit using Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging
  Dr M Kitchen
Applications accepted all year round
The biggest problem with X-ray imaging in diagnostic medicine is the use of potentially dangerous ionizing radiation.
  X-ray Imaging for Industrial Applications
  Research Group: Metrology
  Dr J Warnett
Applications accepted all year round
Project overview. X-ray imaging originated as a medical tool in the 1980’s, but given its ability to generate 3D models of internal structures it has exploded as a tool for non-destructive testing in industry.
  Design and development of a practical x-ray interferometers (XRI) for length metrology
  Dr A Yacoot
Applications accepted all year round
Pay. £21852 tax free. Location. Teddington/Cambridge. Type. ICASE. Closing Date. 31 May 2018.
  Beam transport issues in high-power x-ray Free Electron Lasers
  Prof A Wolski, Dr F Jackson
Applications accepted all year round
Supervisors. Prof. Andy Wolski (University of Liverpool), Dr Frank Jackson (STFC/ASTeC). A studentship is available from October 2019 to study issues associated with efficient transport and precision control of high-quality electron beams in high-power x-ray Free Electron Lasers (x-ray FELs).
  PhD vacancy (4 years) on composite geometry reconstruction from CT images @ Ghent University (Belgium)
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round
This project is a large collaborative project between Ghent University and several industrial partners about X-ray imaging of materials and the related post-processing of the tomographic data to extract information about geometry, damage, moisture diffusion, etc.
  New ways to look at enzyme structures
  Dr P C E Moody, Dr J Basran
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
Metal-catalysed activation of oxygen in biology is achieved using either copper or iron. In the case of iron, this includes the heme-containing enzymes which activate oxygen.
  Mapping the Spatial and Temporal Progression of Enamel Biomineralisation using Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
  Dr M Al-Jawad, Prof F Wong
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Human dental enamel formation begins in utero and for most teeth takes several years to complete. It is a complex biological, physicochemical process where mineralisation progresses heterogeneously in space and time.
  In situ X-ray imaging of solidification and deformation mechanisms in Fe based alloys
  Dr M Azeen, Prof H Dong
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Iron based structural alloys are crucial for almost all industrial sectors, including automotive, maritime through to production of wind powered turbines.
  Exploring recycling and reuse of end-of-life lithium-ion batteries
  Dr P Allan
Application Deadline: 13 January 2019
With an increasing number of electric vehicles being purchased in the UK, methods to recycle automotive batteries at the end of life are urgently needed.
  Magama chambers or mush?
  Research Group: Geoscience
  Dr J Mecklenburgh, Prof E Rutter, Dr B O'Driscoll, Prof M Burton
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
The classical view of large volume magma chambers containing close to 100% melt below volcanoes has been the paradigm for over a century.
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