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We have 15 Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK) in Manchester

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Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK) in Manchester

We have 15 Computational Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK) in Manchester

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

FLASH VHEE Radiotherapy Machine System Design

A studentship is available from October 2024 on the development of a unique machine to deliver FLASH radiotherapy. To achieve this goal we anticipate strong collaboration with STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory and CERN. 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

Thermal hydraulics modelling of low-pressure, light water-cooled Small Modular Reactors

The Low-Pressure Water Reactor (LPWR) is a 300MW(e) pool-type water-cooled Small Modular Reactor (SMR) design in which the nuclear core is located at the bottom of a deep underground shaft instead of inside a pressure vessel. Read more

Metamaterials for catalysis

A meta-atom is an engineered sub-wavelength structure that, when periodically arranged like an atomic lattice, enable optical, electronic, thermal, and chemical functionalities not seen in conventional designs. Read more

A Hybrid Plasma Accelerator for Therapeutic Electron Beams

Would you like to join us at the University of Manchester to change the future of particle accelerators?. Using the available studentship, you will explore combining mature electron production technology with new plasma-based acceleration. Read more
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