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  Designing nanomachines using computer simulations and artificial intelligence
  Dr A Saric
Applications accepted all year round

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We are looking for highly motivated students to join our interdisciplinary team for an exciting project at the interface of physics, computer science, and biology.
  PhD project on molecular dynamics at surfaces of 2D materials
  Prof A Shluger
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020

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This 3.5 years PhD project combines theory and experiment and will take you for two years to Singapore. It starts on September 28, 2020.
  Physics of cutting and reshaping of cell membranes
  Dr A Saric
Applications accepted all year round

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We are looking for highly motivated students to join our interdisciplinary team for an exciting project at the interface of physics, biology, and chemistry.
  PhD Opening for Research on Granular Transport and Pattern Formation
  Prof K. Kroy
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020

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We open a PhD position for theoretical work on aeolian sand transport and pattern formation within a joint theoretical and experimental research project, hosted at the Faculty of Physics and Earth Sciences of Leipzig University, Germany, as part of a recently granted German–Isreali (GIF) research collaboration.
  Mesoscopic modelling of Polymer Nano-composites
  Dr A Parnell, Dr B Chakrabarti
Applications accepted all year round

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The statistical theory of transport in polymer networks and gels, which are examples of mesoscale porous structures holds many challenges, including connections between structures across length scales, their associated mechanics, and role of thermal fluctuations.
  iCASE: Formulation Behaviour at Complex Liquid-Solid Interfaces
  Research Group: Multiscale Modelling
  Dr F Siperstein, Dr A Patti
Application Deadline: 28 June 2020

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A fully-funded iCASE PhD position in Formulation Behaviour at Complex Liquid-Solid Interfaces is available in the Multiscale Modelling Group at the University of Manchester, working with Dr Flor Siperstein and Dr Alessandro Patti, in collaboration with Dr Breanndán Ó Conchúir from IBM Research UK.
  Novel ways to model complex flows
  Research Group: Multiscale Modelling
  Prof A Masters
Applications accepted all year round

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While the equations governing the flow of Newtonian liquids like water or petrol are well-understood and excellent numerical methods exist to make accurate predictions of how such liquids will behave, the situation regarding complex fluids, such as blood, paint, shampoos, etc, is considerably less well understood.
  Atomic imaging for optimising van der Waals heterostructures
  Research Group: Nano and Functional Materials
  Dr S Haigh, Prof A Geim
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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The possibility to create new ‘designer’ materials by stacking together atomically thin layers extracted from layered materials with different properties…
  Atomic imaging in liquids
  Research Group: Nano and Functional Materials
  Dr S Haigh, Dr RG Gorbachev
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is one of the few techniques able to image the structure and chemistry of a wide range of materials at the atomic scale.
  Microstructure and defect formation in metal additive manufacturing
  Research Group: Imaging and Characterisation
  Dr W Mirihanage
Applications accepted all year round

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Additive manufacturing (AM) is a futuristic technology for rapid production of net-shaped or near-net-shaped components without the design constraints of traditional manufacturing routes.
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