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We have 4 Electrical & Electronic (general (chemical sciences)) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Laser Astrocomb Development for the Extremely Large Telescope (EPS2022/24)

When construction is completed by the end of the decade, the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) will be the world's largest telescope. Its massive 39 metre diameter mirror will allow it to collect starlight whose spectra encode the periodic motions of exoplanets, and may even reveal the presence of signatures-of-life chemicals in exoplanet atmospheres. Read more

Ultrafast LiDAR for Imaging and Control (EPS2022/23)

Now common in cars and even phones, LiDAR is a laser ranging technique that measures distance by recording the time of flight of nanosecond laser pulses to and from a target, with the pulse duration limiting the best range resolution to few-mm resolutions. Read more

Underwater single-photon depth imaging (EPS2022/12)

This PhD project aims to investigate novel single‑photon detector arrays for underwater single‑photon depth imaging. The successful candidate will investigate different single-photon technologies to obtain three-dimensional images in several underwater environments. Read more
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Using the Ionic Liquid Ion Sources for Focused Ion Beam applications: Investigating the fundamentals

  Research Group: Astronautics
Supervisory Team. Dr Charlie Ryan, Dr Oleg Buchnev (ORC). Project description. Gallium Liquid Metal Ion Sources (LMIS) are the standard choice for ion beam material etching, facilitating ion beam lithography as the go-to technique for in situ microfabrication. Read more
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