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Condensed Matter Physics (january) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Exploiting the field-effect mechanism in 2D semiconductors
  Dr S Bonilla, Prof P R Wilshaw
Application Deadline: 24 January 2020

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2D semiconductor materials, such as MoS2 and WS2, have enormous potential to impact the future development of flexible electronics, sensors, solar cells, and post-silicon microprocessors based in complimentary MOSFET logic.
  Quantum Optics of Giant Rydberg Excitons in Cuprous Oxide
  Research Group: Condensed Matter and Photonics
  Prof W W Langbein, Dr S Lynch
Application Deadline: 13 December 2019

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PhD Type

Cuprous oxide (Cu2O) is one the oldest, and yet least well-known, semiconductor material. It has a slightly larger band gap than silicon, which means that the single crystal form of the material is slightly transparent in the visible part of the spectrum.
  Funded PhD place in experimental quantum and low temperature physics
  Dr E Laird
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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PhD Type

Lancaster University invites applications for funded PhD positions starting in October 2020, working in the fields of quantum and low temperature physics.
  High Speed Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic/Metal Multi-material Structures
  Dr D Engstrom
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Reference number. DEUF2019. Start date of studentship. 1 October 2019, 1 January 2020 or 1 April 2020. Interview date. TBC. Supervisors.
  Multi-scale modelling of bone fracture (SLUF2019)
  Dr S Li, Prof V Silberschmidt
Applications accepted all year round

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Bone fracture affects millions of people’s life worldwide. In UK alone, there are approximately more than 850,000 new fractures each year, and the estimated annual cost for bone fracture related treatment reached more than £2 billion.
  Halide perovskite thermoelectric materials
  Dr O Fenwick
Application Deadline: 22 November 2019

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PhD Type

Thermoelectric materials generate a voltage from a temperature gradient. Thermoelectric generators made from these materials can recover waste heat and convert it into electrical power.
  Computational Discovery of Conduction Mechanisms in Lithium-Ion Solid Electrolytes
  Dr B Morgan
Application Deadline: 24 November 2019

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PhD Type

A fully-funded 4-year PhD studentship in theoretical / computational chemistry is available in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Bath.
  Autonomous Implantable Sensors/Actuators on Commercial MEMS and CMOS platforms
  Dr A Mohammadi
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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PhD Type

Informal enquiries. Dr Ali Mohammadi ([email protected]). Supplying electrical power to the sensor nodes from alternative energy sources is a key enabling factor for future applications of wireless sensor networks such as Internet of Things (IoT).
  Programmable Lab-on-chip Devices in Magnetic MEMS for Medical Diagnostics and Biotechnology
  Dr A Mohammadi
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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PhD Type

Informal enquiries. Dr Ali Mohammadi ([email protected]). Miniaturisation of sensors and actuators in micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) has greatly benefitted many modern technologies including smart phones, medical devices and implants, high precision sensors etc.
  Understanding the electromechanical switching behaviour of porous ferroelectric ceramics
  Dr J Roscow
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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PhD Type

Informal queries should be directed to Dr James Roscow ([email protected]). Introducing carefully structured porosity into ferroelectric ceramics is an effective way of achieving a favourable balance of piezoelectric and dielectric properties for sensing and energy harvesting applications.
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