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Theoretical Physics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bradford

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We have 12 Theoretical Physics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bradford

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Cellular logistics: Biological physics of selective protein and gene transport across the nuclear envelope

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
The coordinated transport of proteins and nucleic acids between the nucleus and the cytosol is vital for proper gene expression and cell function, and hijacked by viruses to propagate. Read more

Topological quantum systems: synthesis and applications

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Topological phases of matter (Nobel Prize in Physics, 2016) is one of the most exciting topics of modern physics. This area of research investigates the novel quantum properties of materials that are robust against deformations of their parameters. Read more

Topological quantum systems: synthesis and applications

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Topological phases of matter (Nobel Prize in Physics, 2016) is one of the most exciting topics of modern physics. This area of research investigates the novel quantum properties of materials that are robust against deformations of their parameters. Read more

Magnetic skyrmions in chiral multilayers

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
In this project we will study magnetic skyrmions, nanoscale swirls of spins that possess a special topology. They appear in properly designed magnetic multilayers at room temperature and are candidates for next-generation data storage technology. Read more

Topological solitons in anisotropic superconductors

  Research Group: School of Mathematics
Superconductors subjected to a magnetic field can host topological solitons called "vortices", spatially localized tubes of magnetic flux and energy that cannot dissipate for topological reasons. Read more

Quantum Communications at Short and Long Distances

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Quantum technologies are expected to offer new computational and communication services. In particular, in order for future quantum computers to be able to talk to each other, new quantum communications protocols need to be devised and implemented. Read more

Topological insulator plasmonics

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Topological insulators (TIs) are a new type of material that has recently been discovered. They have highly conductive surface states, while their bulk remains insulating. Read more

Quantum Key Distribution

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
One of the biggest likely threats to cryptography is the current rapid progress in quantum computing. One of the most likely candidates to meet this threat is quantum key distribution, however this potentially leads to an enormous cost in creating the necessary infrastructure. Read more

Simulating black holes and quantum gravity with optical lattices

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Unlike the fundamental forces of the Standard Model, such as electromagnetic, weak and strong forces, the quantum effects of gravity are still experimentally inaccessible. Read more

Quantum Many-Body Scars and Weak Ergodicity Breaking in Rydberg-Atom Quantum Simulators

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
A perennial mystery of nature is how order can exist amidst chaos. Familiar systems such as the clock pendulum exhibit regular periodic motion. Read more

Chiral Gravitons in Topological Quantum Matter: From Solid-State Materials to Quantum Computers

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
A major open problem in modern physics is the table-top generation and detection of emergent particles analogous to gravitons. the elusive mediators of gravitational force in a quantum theory of gravity. Read more
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