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Materials Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Ireland

We have 5 Materials Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Ireland

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  Theoretical study of charge, spin and valley transport in 2D heterostructures
  Dr S Power
Applications accepted all year round
A fully-funded 4-year theoretical/computational PhD studentship is available to study charge, spin and valley transport phenomena in 2D systems.
  Theory and simulation of Bi2Te3-based nanostructured thermoelectric materials
  Dr I Savic, Dr E Murray
Applications accepted all year round
One PhD position is available in the Materials Theory Group at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, Ireland, under the supervision of Dr.
  PhD on quantum optics and quantum information with site-controlled dots
  Dr E Pelucchi
Applications accepted all year round
Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork invites applications for a PhD opportunity. The EPN group, Tyndall National Institution and University College Cork fund a PhD position on “quantum optics and quantum information with site-controlled dots “.
  Photonic quantum technologies with cluster states from quantum dots
  Dr G Juska
Applications accepted all year round
The Epitaxy and Physics of Nanostructures (EPN) group, Tyndall National Institute and University College Cork (Ireland) fund a PhD position on photonic quantum technologies with cluster states from quantum dots.
  Computational modelling of bionano interface
  Dr V Lobaskin
Application Deadline: 31 December 2018
EU H2020/SFI funded Postdoctoral opportunities at the School of Physics, University College Dublin, Ireland. Bio-Interface project is going to develop predictive models for functionality and biocompatibility of inorganic materials used in medical devices and food industry.
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