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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Dunedin

We have 14 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Dunedin

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We have 14 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Dunedin

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Design and synthesis of chemical tools to interrogate cannabinoid receptors

Research project. We are seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate to join an interdisciplinary team at the University of Otago, to undertake research developing chemical probes for the cannabinoid receptor, a type of G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR). Read more

Reactive collisions

Ultracold chemistry aims at controlling chemical reactions at the quantum state level. At its heart lies the idea of placing molecules into a single rotational, vibrational, electronic, and hyperfine state, and exploring how this affects their reactivity. This Ph.D. Read more

Synthesis of Carbon-rich Molecular Materials

New carbon-rich molecular materials, based on well-defined nanographenes and other novel polyaromatic architectures, will be rationally synthesised to better understand structure-property relationships. Read more

Processing and characterisation of Ti-Fe alloys as hydrogen storage materials from New Zealand feedstocks

Green hydrogen will become a pivotal vector to carry and store renewable energy in a future net-zero carbon world. Ti-Fe alloys demonstrate high hydrogen uptake at ambient conditions and are an attractive candidate material for stationary bulk hydrogen storage applications. Read more

Explore quantum vortices in a two-dimensional quantum fluid!

Explore quantum vortices in a two-dimensional quantum fluid! This project involves conducting new experiments, first establishing a Bose-Einstein Condensate and transferring it to a "pancake" trap, where atoms are only allowed to move in two dimensions. Read more
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