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Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Doctoral Researcher (PhD student) in Machine Learning for Atmospheric Science

Aalto University is a community of bold thinkers where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future. Read more

Theory of perovskite quantum emitters

Overview. A PhD scholarship for 3–4 years is available in the theory of perovskite quantum emitters. The position is funded by Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, in association with the CEA-Grenoble, France. Read more

Longitudinal beam dynamics optimisation for multi-pass superconducting Energy Recovery Linacs

Creating environmentally-sustainable facilities for producing high-energy particle beams is an important consideration for the accelerator physics community, the industries and disciplines which make use of particle beams, and for future generations of fundamental nuclear and particle researchers. Read more

Developing Terahertz Frequency Drivers for Novel Accelerators

Novel acceleration schemes, such as THz-driven acceleration, aim to drastically shrink the size, and cost of future particle accelerators compared to conventional radio-frequency (RF) technology [1,2]. Read more

Electrically conductive porous coordination polymers and metal-organic frameworks for energy storage

Porous coordination polymers (PCPs) and metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are intrinsically porous extended solids formed by coordination bonding between organic ligands and geometry-directing metal ion clusters. Read more

Development of novel computational methods for quantum many-body problems in extended systems

The aim of this ambitious research project is to make progress in the numerical simulation tools that we have available, to describe challenging electronically strongly-correlated quantum materials to unprecedented accuracy, and apply these developments to systems where this correlated quantum physics is insufficiently described with existing techniques. Read more

Cold-air pooling in urbanised complex terrain

The aim of the project is to investigate how urban areas affect cold-air pooling in complex terrain. Cold-air pools are stable atmospheric boundary layers confined towards the bottom of landscape depressions. Read more

Quantum Effects in the Function of Biological Molecules

This research project spans computational chemistry (Sacchi) and theoretical quantum physics (Al-Khalili) with the aim of understanding the timescale and dynamics of photoinduced non-adiabatic mechanisms, including the propagation of the radiation damage in DNA and the extent of coherency in proteins (e.g, photosynthetic proteins). Read more

Working out mountains and valleys inside neutron stars

Neutron stars, the remnant of massive stars, are extreme objects. They are characterized by strong gravity and hosts large magnetic fields, the larger magnets known in the cosmo. Read more

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