We have 35 Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

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Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

We have 35 Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

Quantum Computing platform with atomic qubits

Quantum computing offers efficient implementation of an important class of algorithms for which their classical counterparts suffer from an exponential growth of computational costs with system size. Read more

PhD Studentship: Quantum light to see the invisible at nanoscale

A PhD studentship is available at the intersection of quantum optics, nanophotonics, plasmonics and molecular spectroscopy. How to confine, control and manipulate light at atomic scales has been an area of immense fundamental and technological interest. Read more

Physics with intact protons detected way downstream of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider

There are wide-ranging PhD opportunities with the Birmingham ATLAS group, including analysis of Higgs, top and electroweak physics, construction of a state-of-the art upgraded tracking detector and operation and development of trigger electronics. Read more

Microfluidic-enabled reconfigurable reflective metasurfaces

Metamaterials, which are artificially engineered materials with properties not (commonly) available in nature, have shown the potential for effective control and manipulation of waves. Read more

The optimisation of neutron producing targets for the d-7Li reaction

The D-7Li reaction has the potential to produce a quasi-mono-energetic neutron source. This source is of key interest due to it having a starting energy of ~13.5 MeV and covering the DT neutron spectrum peak. Read more

Preparing for Deep-Inelastic Scattering at the Electron Ion Collider

The Birmingham Particle and Nuclear Physics groups are working with international collaborators in the ePIC collaboration towards a detector for the Electron Ion Collider which is expected to start operation at the Brookhaven Laboratory in the USA around 2030. Read more

Optical lattice clock for fundamental studies

We are offering PhD studentships in physics, working on an optical lattice clock. The clock is based on strontium atoms, which are laser-cooled to a temperature of 1µK, trapped in an optical-lattice. Read more

Sr optical clock with continuous operation

We are building a setup with novel research into physics and engineering identified by applications to ultimately achieve the next level of integration and practical usability. Read more

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