We have 14 Chemical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

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Chemical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

We have 14 Chemical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

Developing novel light-induced in-situ Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) methods

Light-induced in-situ Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) studies are a growing field in both continuous wave and pulsed EPR. It can be used to monitor photoactivated chemical and biochemical reactions involving radical reagents, projects or intermediates. Read more

Rational design of photo/electrocatalysts towards Green Nitrogen Fixation and Ammonia Production

In an era marked by the urgent need for sustainable solutions, this project stands at the forefront of innovation in catalysis, focusing on the rational design of photo/electrocatalysts for nitrogen fixation and ammonia production. Read more

Rational design of photo/electrocatalysts towards Green Nitrogen Fixation and Ammonia Production

In an era marked by the urgent need for sustainable solutions, this project stands at the forefront of innovation in catalysis, focusing on the rational design of photo/electrocatalysts for nitrogen fixation and ammonia production. Read more

Detecting and Quantifying Hydrogen Isotopes in Nuclear Fusion Breeding Materials using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

Future fusion power reactors such as the UK’s STEP reactor, due to begin construction in the next 10 years, will require the tritium fuel to be generated (bred), extracted, separated, and regenerated into new fueling (either pellets or gas) prior to (re-)introduction into the fusion core. Read more

Understanding shale rock swelling for energy systems: novel integrated modelling and experimental approaches

A fully funded PhD position is available in the group of Professor Carbone (Department of Chemistry) and Professor Taylor (Department of Earth Science) at the University of Manchester starting from September 2024. Read more

Impact of impurity elements on the corrosion performance of high strength aluminium alloys

Applications are invited for a full-time industry funded studentship in research on the impact of impurity elements on the corrosion performance of high strength aluminium alloys at the Department of Materials, The University of Manchester. Read more

Development of ceramic thermal and environmental barrier coatings for high temperature applications

  Research Group: Coatings and Ceramics
Ceramic coatings are vital in high-temperature applications, especially in aero-engines and the power generation industry. These coatings increase the engine’s operating temperature to improve efficiency and reduce the engine’s environmental impact. Read more

EPSRC - Light-coupled NMR to design novel photo-driven chemistry and materials

Over the last decade, visible light-driven chemistry has come to the forefront of modern organic synthesis, chemical biology, and materials science, providing a powerful platform through which to rapidly construct new and complex molecules. Read more
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