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We have 11 Physical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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Physical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

We have 11 Physical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

A study of Sensing and Wireless Communications

This project is to investigate novel techniques for sensing and achieving efficient wireless communication. To fulfil the needs of future communication networks, the study will explore both the optical and radio frequencies for simultaneous sensing and wireless communications. Read more

Electron Driven Chemistry in the Interstellar Medium

A PhD studentship is available joint between the groups of Cate Anstöter and Ewen Campbell, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh, see https://isla-edi.com/ . Read more

Designing Structured Surfaces with Superwettability Properties

The wetting behaviours of liquids on solid surfaces play an important role for a wide range of engineering applications, including coatings, electronics, oil recovery, microfluidics, and inkjet printing. Read more

Flexible Electrochemical Multi sensors For online Water Quality Monitoring

Solid-state electrochemical sensor technologies with IoT systems have significant importance in many fields such as medical, biological, agricultural, and environmental pollution monitoring systems. Read more

Soft Flexible and Stretchable Energy Storage Device Development

Hybrid energy storage offers multiple advantages in electrochemical energy storage especially for portable electronic gadgets and autonomous systems due to its high energy and power density. Read more

Development of Stretchable Conductive Layers For Wearable Devices

Flexible and wearable electronic devices require the development of, highly conductive , mechanically, electrochemically stable (against oxidation/reduction with various fluids), weightless and a sustainable (recyclable and biocompatible materials), and conductive electrodes. Read more
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