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University of Warwick, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 20 University of Warwick, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Modelling of radiation damage in diamond

The modelling of radiation damage in diamond and other crystalline materials is inherently a multiscale problem with a range of processes occurring over multiple different length (e.g., atomic to mm) and time scales (e.g., < fs to >103 s). Read more

Levitating Quantum Diamonds

Single nitrogen-vacancy (NV-) centres in diamond have isolated electronic and nuclear spins which can store quantum information at room temperature for over one second. Read more

Ultimate neutrino flux optimisation and design of next-generation neutrino experiments in nuSTORM

​Supervisors. Dr. Stefania Ricciardi (RAL, PPD) and Dr. Xianguo Lu (Warwick). The Neutrinos from Stored Muons (nuSTORM) facility will provide a neutrino beam from the decays of muons confined in a storage ring with tunable momentum (1-6 GeV/c). Read more

Fast ions and turbulence in fusion plasmas

Supervisor. B.F. McMillan, CFSA, Department of Physics, University of Warwick. The background fields in tokamak reactors provide excellent confinement of plasmas at extreme temperatures, but by perturbing the shape of these fields, and inducing electric field structures, the plasma can still find a way to escape. Read more

2D Quantum Straintronics

2D Quantum Straintronics. Project supervisors. Professor Neil Wilson (. neil.wilson@warwick.ac.uk. ). Dr Cephise Cacho (. cephise.cacho@diamond.ac.uk. Read more

Network science quantification of space weather at earth

Research at the Centre for Fusion, Space and Astrophysics (CFSA) focuses on plasma physics applied to the grand challenges of fusion power, space physics, solar physics, and astrophysics. Read more

Ferroelectric field effect transistors for next generation non-volatile memories and cognitive computing

Perovskite oxides are a family of materials that display an incredible diversity of physical phenomena including high-temperature superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance, magnetism, ferroelectricity, etc. Read more

Unconventional Superconductors

Department of Physics (www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/physics). University of Warwick (www2.warwick.ac.uk). Superconductivity and Magnetism Groups (go.warwick.ac.uk/supermag). Read more

Quantum materials at the interface of mobile electrons and frustrated magnetism studied using high magnetic elds

In magnetically frustrated materials it is not possible to satisfy all magnetic interactions simultaneously. They are the subject of a great deal of current research, because they may be home to a so-called quantum spin liquid. Read more

Highly frustrated magnetic materials by neutron scattering

The goal of the project is to experimentally investigate the low-temperatures properties of several highly frustrated magnets using various neutron scattering methods. Read more

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