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Cardiff University, Cardiff School of Physics and Astronomy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 51 Cardiff University, Cardiff School of Physics and Astronomy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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EPSRC DTP PhD Studentship in Numerical Modelling of Spin Ice Dynamics

  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
About the project.  . The School of Physics and Astronomy at Cardiff University are delighted to offer fully funded EPSRC studentships starting in October 2023. Read more

Exciton dynamics in diamond and two-dimensional metal dichalcogenide enabled van der Waals heterostructures

  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
Two-dimensional (2D) materials offer a platform that allows the creation of heterostructures with a variety of properties. One- atom-thick crystals now comprise a large family of these materials, collectively covering a comprehensive range of features and numerous intrigue scientific challenges. Read more

Understanding carrier dynamics in CuInZnS3 quantum dots toward high-performance indoor photovoltaics

  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
Project description. CuInZnS3 quantum dots (CIZS QDs) is a non-toxic and phosphide free material which has a significant potential to be used in wearable PVs and indoor PVs [1,2]. Read more

[STFC Studentship] Single photon detection for experimental quantum gravity

  Research Group: Gravity Exploration Institute
Quantum mechanics (QM) and general relativity (GR) are the most successful and profound theories of the 20th century. Beyond their insight into the workings of nature, they impact our lives from quantum technology in medicine or smartphones to GPS-guided navigation. . Read more

[STFC Studentship] Machine Learning for Real-Time Gravitational-Wave Astronomy

  Research Group: Gravity Exploration Institute
Gravitational waves (GWs) are produced by some of the most violent events in the Universe, such as the mergers of black holes and the explosive deaths of massive stars. Read more

[STFC Studentship] Massive galaxies and their circumgalactic medium in cosmological simulations

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
Galaxies live in large, dark matter-dominated, quasi-spherical structures called haloes. The gaseous com- ponent of these haloes is also known as the circumgalactic medium (CGM) and comprises the reservoir of material from which the embedded galaxies can grow. Read more

[STFC Studentship] The Birth of Clusters of Galaxies – Proto-Clusters in the Early Universe

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
The origin of the rich clusters of galaxies, sometimes containing several hundred galaxies, is one of the big questions in astronomy today. Read more

[STFC Studentship] Cosmology from the Cosmic Microwave Background

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) is a relic radiation leftover from the Big Bang and provides a unique window into the very early Universe. Read more

[STFC Studentship] Revealing the Hidden Light: Understanding the cosmic dust and cold gas in nearby galaxies.

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
Over half the light ever emitted by stars in the Universe having been absorbed by cosmic dust, and the situation is worse (>90%) when looking at regions where star-formation is occurring. Read more

[STFC Studentship] The observational signatures of molecular cloud formation

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
Stars form in dense molecular clouds throughout the interstellar medium (ISM). Although observational studies have established what the conditions necessary for star formation are, very few constraints exist on how, why, and where those conditions arise in the Galaxy. Read more

[STFC Studentship] Modelling dust, gas and metals in high redshift galaxies using BEDE

  Research Group: Cardiff Hub for Astrophysics Research and Technology
High redshift galaxies discovered using submillimetre surveys of the sky (so-called submillimetre galaxies) are likely ancestors of present-day massive early-type galaxies. Read more

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