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Solid State Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

We have 9 Solid State Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

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Plasmonic-supported Intercept and Manipulation of Terahertz Waves

Applications are invited for a full-time PhD Scholarship (three-year in duration) to undertake research in the area of terahertz photonics and electronics as part of the £7m DSTL funded Electromagnetic Environment Hub bringing leading groups and industrial partners working towards next generation and generation after next science and technology research and capacity building. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Delivering Quantum Technologies

 4-year PhD programme in quantum technology and quantum systems engineering. Quantum technologies involve control and manipulation of quantum states to achieve results not possible with classical matter, transforming measurement, communication and computation. Read more

Development of precision methods for correlated electrons and unconventional superconductivity

The aim of this project is to develop novel computational techniques for predicting properties of correlated electrons with known and controlled error bars, and apply these tools to the longstanding problem of unconventional and high-temperature superconductivity. Read more

Development of novel computational methods for quantum many-body problems in extended systems

The aim of this ambitious research project is to make progress in the numerical simulation tools that we have available, to describe challenging electronically strongly-correlated quantum materials to unprecedented accuracy, and apply these developments to systems where this correlated quantum physics is insufficiently described with existing techniques. Read more
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