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Electromagnetism PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Experimental Studies on Quench of HTS High Field Magnets

Supervisory Team:  Yifeng Yang. Project description. Next-generation High Field Superconducting Magnets. Superconducting magnets are the primary worldwide application of superconductivity. Read more

Fully-funded PhD Studentship: Low Level RF for the Future UK X-Ray Free Electron Laser

The UK is on a path to building an X-Ray Free Electron Laser (X-FEL). High brightness ultra-fast X-Ray pulses from an X-FEL allow the simultaneous imaging of atomic scale structure, electronic state and dynamics in a material. Read more

Manufacturing Magnetic Nano Structures

EPSRC funded project 3.5 years full time starting October 2022. Magnetic nanostructures can be effectively fabricated from ferrofluids via photolithography and allow for novel nano-scale geometries, properties, and applications in the fields of magnetics, energy, and materials. Read more

Picophotonics: The Science of Light-Matter Interactions at Sub-atomic Scale

The Project. This project will develop new concepts of optical imaging, metrology and device functionality at the atomic (picometre) scale, leveraging recent advances in topology, the structuring of optical fields, metamaterials, and artificial intelligence. Read more

New Optics Beyond Hertzian Waves: Anapoles and Flying Donuts

The Project. This project will advance optics and electromagnetism in the first radically new direction to emerge since Hertz, Marconi, Popov and Tesla originally developed technology for generating, detecting, and communicating with transverse electromagnetic waves. Read more

Metamaterials and Nano-Machines Driven with Light

The Project. The balance among elastic, electromagnetic and quantum forces changes dramatically at the nanometre scale. This project will explore the remarkable range of functional materials and devices that can be reconfigured with light and electromagnetic forces. Read more

Advanced characterisation and development of coated membranes using terahertz radiation: EPSRC DTP-CASE PhD studentship (3.5 years) in Engineering Department at Lancaster University with Johnson Matthey

Funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and Johnson Matthey, this CASE award aims to provide PhD students with a first-rate, challenging research training experience, within the context of a mutually beneficial research collaboration. Read more

Caloric effects in magnetic Weyl semimetals

Topological materials, including the recently discovered Dirac and Weyl semimetals (WSM), lead to a paradigm shift in science due to their inter-twinned spin and charge properties, protected against backscattering. Read more

PhD in Engineering Bio-inspired nanophotonic devices to control light emission on-a-chip

Natural systems offer a plethora of geometries and structures that have been optimised by billions of years of evolution. In particular, if we think of plants, flowers and insects, we can find examples of ingenious ways to create colours and to enhance the light-matter interaction, by reflecting and absorbing light. Read more

FLASH VHEE Radiotherapy Machine System Design

FLASH-RT entails delivering a high dose over a sub-second timescale and there have been experiments on animals which indicate cancerous regions suffer lethal… Read more

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