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We have 6 Chemistry (electronic and electrical engineering) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK)

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Chemistry (electronic and electrical engineering) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK)

We have 6 Chemistry (electronic and electrical engineering) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK)

A study of Sensing and Wireless Communications

This project is to investigate novel techniques for sensing and achieving efficient wireless communication. To fulfil the needs of future communication networks, the study will explore both the optical and radio frequencies for simultaneous sensing and wireless communications. Read more

Metamaterials for catalysis

A meta-atom is an engineered sub-wavelength structure that, when periodically arranged like an atomic lattice, enable optical, electronic, thermal, and chemical functionalities not seen in conventional designs. Read more

Engaging, informative and innovative! Researching in a future-oriented environment in UNNC

At the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC), we offer excellent learning and research infrastructure. We are proud of our superb faculty made up of world renowned educators and researchers. Read more

Fabrication and Modelling of Artificial Synapses for Neuromorphic Computing

Supervisory Team. Firman Simanjuntak (UoS), Gan Chee Kwan (A*STAR), Harold Chong (UoS). Project description. Sustainable Electronic Technologies (SET) Research Group, University of Southampton, U.K. Read more

Breaking the salt barrier: catalysts for efficient seawater electrolysis PhD

A viable path toward attaining energy sustainability is the production of green hydrogen using renewable energy sources. Nonetheless, conventional water electrolysis technologies predominantly rely on freshwater, exacerbating strain on already limited resources. Read more
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