We have 17 Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Liverpool

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Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Liverpool

We have 17 Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Liverpool

High-throughput solid state synthesis of functional inorganic materials for net zero applications

The discovery of new functional materials to drive technologies for the net zero transition, such as batteries, solar absorbers, rare-earth-free magnets for wind power and a myriad of other unmet needs, is a scientific and societal grand challenge. Read more
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Experimental discovery of new Inorganic Materials Towards Net Zero Technologies

New inorganic materials are needed to advance technologies such as batteries for electric vehicles and grid storage, catalysts for biomass conversion or water splitting for hydrogen generation, photovoltaics for solar energy conversion, and to develop our basic scientific understanding of the connection between chemical composition, crystal structure and physical properties. Read more
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Discovery of Functional Inorganic Materials for Net Zero Applications using High-Throughput Synthesis

This project will use high-throughput solid state synthesis methods developed in the group (Hampson 2023) to accelerate the discovery of new functional inorganic (oxide) materials for applications towards net zero technologies e.g. Read more
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Experimental Discovery of New Ionic Conducting Materials Towards Net-Zero Technologies

The discovery of new inorganic materials is necessary to advance sustainable technologies, such as batteries and fuel cells which provide alternative routes to energy production that are critical for modern society to achieve net zero. Read more

Automated experimental functional materials discovery for net zero technologies

The discovery of materials that will drive technologies for the net zero transition, such as batteries, solar absorbers, rare-earth-free magnets for wind power and myriad other unmet needs, is a scientific and societal grand challenge that requires experimental realisation of materials in the laboratory. Read more

New Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) methods for the detection of functional changes in diagnostic nanocomposite particles

This PhD studentship aims are to develop smart diagnostic imaging methods through synthetic development of functional magnetic Inorganic/Organic Nanocomposite Particle (I/O-NP) tracers, coupled with investigation of Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) detection methodologies. Read more

Computationally driving automated functional materials discovery for net zero technologies with machine reasoning and decision-making

This project, suited to a student with a Computer Science or Mathematics background, will formally define the nature and consequences of the decisions that need to be made in the automated workflow and identify both the optimal combination of existing methods and tools to accelerate discovery and the gaps in capability that currently exist. Read more

Deploying safer robot chemists in real laboratory environments

Robotic chemists [1] are a totally new and disruptive development in human-centric labs, and these systems are already beginning to carry out complex experiments that require skills beyond sample transportation (e.g., sample weighing [2] and scraping samples from vials [3]. Read more

Predictive molecular models of high-performance elastomers in demanding environments

High-performance elastomers enable some of the most sophisticated modern technology. They are designed to operate in the often-punishing environments such as those encountered in aerospace industries. Read more

High-throughput first-principle simulations of charge transport in organic semiconductors

This project focuses on application of first-principle, fully quantum simulation methods such as Hybrid Monte-Carlo to study charge transport in a vast class of quasi-2D molecular organic semiconductors (rubrene, pentacene, and >4000 other materials). Read more

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