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We have 11 Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Glasgow

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Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Glasgow

We have 11 Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Glasgow

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PhD in Quantum Cryptography with Electrons

Are you looking to get advanced doctorate-level training and become a future quantum engineer? We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic student to join our research team for two of our PhD projects in Quantum Computing and Cryptography. Read more

Neuromorphic photonic-electronic integrated circuits for fast and efficient SPIKE-based information PROcessing (SPIKEPRO)

The human brain is exceptional at performing highly complex tasks fast and efficiently. Hence, neuromorphic (brain-like) information processing is receiving increasing research interest for use in novel computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) hardware. Read more

Modelling exsolution: materials design for sustainable energy

One of the primary challenges for the global community is the supply of plentiful and affordable energy, moving the world away from dependence on fossil fuels by providing green alternatives. Read more

Design and control of nanoparticle structuring and self-organisation

Nature forms many materials which possess intricate structures on length scales from nanometres to many microns, which are important in applications ranging from biological systems to porous materials for energy storage. Read more

Plasma photonics at ultra-high intensities

The PhD studentship will support a bold and innovative project to evaluate novel methods of creating robust time-dependent plasma photonic structures by colliding intense laser pulses in plasma or gas. Read more

Foam Hadron Collider

Microfluidic devices involving small droplets or bubbles flowing along narrow channels are becoming increasingly important, not least in the context Covid-19 testing. Read more
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