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King’s College London, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 12 King’s College London, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 12 King’s College London, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Mechanochemical Regulation of Force-Sensing Proteins

The project. Protein unfolding and refolding under force underpins a large number of biological processes, providing a key molecular mechanism that allows cells to detect and respond to the mechanical forces imposed by their microenvironment. Read more

Sense of Belonging and Attainment in undergraduate Physics

Applications are invited for a 3.5 year funded PhD studentship to become a member of the Physics Education Research group (PER) in the Department of Physics at King’s College London. Read more

Spatial and temporal structures in attosecond light

Advances in laser sources over the past three decades have allowed us to push nonlinear optics into extreme, highly non-perturbative regimes where large numbers of photons interact with matter and each other, often merging into high-order harmonics of the driving laser source and producing ultrafast light pulses lasting for mere attoseconds [1]. Read more

Levitation to understand quantum physics at the macroscopic scale

Join our international and diverse research group, studying the ways in which physics changes at the nanoscale. We aim to shed light on a range of phenomena, such as the limits of quantum physics, bio-energetics and nano-thermodynamics, and build new technologies with levitated nanoparticles at the core. . Read more

Simulations for Correlated Materials

Applications are open for a PhD studentship in Condensed Matter Theory with the focus of correlated materials in the group of Jan Tomczak at King’s College London [. Read more

Stochastic Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Living Systems.

The project. Life at the microscale is noisy, inevitably impacted by thermal fluctuations. On the one hand, noise plays a negative role, hampering the ability to perform tasks reliably. Read more

Development of precision methods for correlated electrons and unconventional superconductivity

The aim of this project is to develop novel computational techniques for predicting properties of correlated electrons with known and controlled error bars, and apply these tools to the longstanding problem of unconventional and high-temperature superconductivity. 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

Mechanical Force Propagation: From the Cell Surface to the Nucleus

Cells constantly sense and respond to the mechanical properties of their surrounding environment. This in turn can trigger changes in cellular behaviour, function, and fate. Read more
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