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We have 24 University of Liverpool, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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University of Liverpool, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 24 University of Liverpool, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Accelerated Inorganic Materials Discovery Driven by Magnetic Resonance

This studentship will explore experimental and computational Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy approaches to probe the fast oxide ion transport (e.g., self-diffusion coefficients, diffusion pathways, dimensionality of motion) of oxide in inorganic materials aimed at establishing design rules for the discovery of next generation fast conductors. Read more

Development of NMR Methods for the Study of Dynamics in Solids

One fully funded PhD studentship is available in the area of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) of solids. The position is available for 42-months starting in October 2024. Read more

Experimental Discovery of New Ionic Conducting Materials Towards Net-Zero Technologies

Materials that allow the rapid motion of ions are essential for the new energy technologies needed to meet the challenge of net zero, such as batteries, fuel cells and electrolysers for green hydrogen. Read more

Electrochemically switchable materials down to the single molecule level

This project will study the electrochemical properties of materials down to the single molecule level and it will investigate how electrochemical (redox state) switching of the molecules can change useful materials properties. Read more

Discovery of Functional Inorganic Materials for Net Zero Applications using High-Throughput Synthesis

This project will use high-throughput solid state synthesis methods developed in the group (Hampson 2023) to accelerate the discovery of new functional inorganic (oxide) materials for applications towards net zero technologies e.g. Read more

Predictive molecular models of high-performance elastomers in demanding environments

High-performance elastomers enable some of the most sophisticated modern technology. They are designed to operate in the often-punishing environments such as those encountered in aerospace industries. Read more

Computationally driving automated functional materials discovery for net zero technologies with machine reasoning and decision-making

This project, suited to a student with a Computer Science or Mathematics background, will formally define the nature and consequences of the decisions that need to be made in the automated workflow and identify both the optimal combination of existing methods and tools to accelerate discovery and the gaps in capability that currently exist. Read more

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