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We have 21 Optical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Glasgow

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Optical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Glasgow

We have 21 Optical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Glasgow

PhD in Engineering - Chip Scale Optical Frequency Combs

The James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) are seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 3.5-year PhD project entitled “Chip Scale Optical Frequency Combs”. Read more

Photo-chemical adaptive integrated circuits for next generation neuromorphic computing

Neuromorphic computing, i.e., an approach to information processing inspired in basic morphology and working principles of the brain, is a rapidly growing area of research due to the availability of high-speed hardware and need for artificial intelligence (AI) systems across a wide range of applications. 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
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Spin-based quantum sensing beyond magnetic fields

Quantum sensing with optically addressable electronic spins in the solid state holds great potential to push the limits of conventional sensing methods. 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

PhD in Chemistry - Amorphous Aggregates and Non-Classical Crystal Nucleation

You are invited to apply for a fully funded 3.5 year PhD position in the School of Chemistry, available to start on 1 October 2024 in the Ultrafast/slow Chemical Physics group at the University of Glasgow (https://www.wijnne.com/), with the aim to understand the role of amorphous structures in crystal nucleation. Read more

SI-traceable atomic thermometry

  Research Group: Quantum Technologies
SI-traceable thermometry. You will be part of a new research area for the UK, namely making absolute and traceable measurements of temperature using optical measurements of the Doppler broadening of an atomic transition. Read more

Inspection of nuclear fusion components in high temperature using laser induced ultrasound phase arrays

This PhD project will face the challenges of ultrasonic imaging of nuclear fusion components using lasers to generate and detect ultrasound, remotely and in a series of environmental conditions with respect to temperature for the first time. Read more
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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

Technologies for optogenetic neural interfacing

The ability to express light-sensitive proteins (opsins) in neurons, in a genetically-targeted fashion, has helped transform our understanding of how the brain functions. Read more
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PhD in Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering - Active Photonic Resonator Thermometry (Quantum Thermometry)

Temperature is one of the most familiar measurable quantities that influences our lives. It is also a key quantity controlling biochemical processes, for example in the body, or in the manufacture of chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Read more

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