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Ceramics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 39 Ceramics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Inspired by nature: sulfide minerals as sustainable and efficient thermoelectric materials

We have a vacancy for a PhD student to join a project at the forefront of research in thermoelectric materials, which can be used in devices for the direct conversion of waste heat into electrical power. Read more

Fully-funded PhD Studentship in The Corrosion of Magnox Spent Nuclear Fuel

The safe storage of the UK’s nuclear legacy is one of the key aims for Sellafield. Part of that legacy, Magnox reactors were fuelled using uranium metal rods clad in a magnesium-aluminium alloy. Read more

Solid polymer electrolytes for batteries and smart windows PhD

This research aims at development of solid polymer electrolytes for next-generation batteries and electrochromic smart windows. Batteries and smart windows are one of key technologies to improve energy efficiency and enable net-zero economies. Read more

Sustainable active materials for next-generation lithium-free batteries PhD

This research aims at discovery and development of novel active materials for next-generation lithium-free batteries. Net-zero economies require high-capacity batteries to enable clean transportation and store renewable energy. Read more

Novel interphases for ceramic composites: a high-throughput approach

The Department of Materials at Imperial College London, as part of the new CDT in Materials 4.0, is looking for a candidate to undertake a PhD project in the field of Ceramic Matrix Composites for the next generation of aero-engines and fusion reactors. Read more

Photonics for Net Zero Enabled by Patternable Boron-Phosphide Polymers

The manipulation of light in optoelectronic devices is a cornerstone for the delivery of Net Zero, for example in low-energy optical computing (silicon-photonics) and green hydrogen generation from water (photocatalysis). Read more

Physics-based Multi-scale Modelling of Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing

Project Details. Additive manufacturing (AM) is emerging as a promising alternative for designing multi-material parts for complex geometries in engineering applications; especially in the biomedical sector. Read more

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