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Materials Science (electric) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Electric fields as a chemical reagent – Electrostatic catalysis in diffusive systems
  Dr S Ciampi, Dr N Darwish
Applications accepted all year round

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This PhD project seeks to demonstrate how chemical catalysis by an electric field can allow unmatched control on chemical reactivity.
  Advanced diagnostics for rapid grading/screening of electric vehicle batteries
  Dr O Curnick
Application Deadline: 13 January 2020

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Coventry University (CU) is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a (fully-funded) PhD studentship. This project encompasses battery diagnostics, battery management systems and vehicle network communication, industrial process integration and quality control.
  EngD in Innovative Methodology for the Complete Virtual Design, Simulation and Optimisation of a Future Electric Vehicle Powertrain
  Dr J Marco
Applications accepted all year round

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Supporting Company. Altair UK. WMG, University of Warwick and Altair Engineering are seeking a top class candidate to undertake research leading to the award of an International Engineering Doctorate awarded jointly by the Universities of Warwick, Exeter and Cranfield.
  Reduced order models for battery management systems.
  Dr TMP Pryer
Applications accepted all year round

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Lithium-ion batteries are prevalent sources of electric energy for a variety of applications, ranging from portable electronic devices like mobile phones, tablets and laptops to Electric Vehicles and Hybrid EVs.
  Durability analysis in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
  Dr M Aleyaasin, Dr A ALIAKBAR JAMSHIDI FAR
Applications accepted all year round

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In this project , the heavy duty hybrid electric vehicles is considered for the investigation. The propulsion in these trucks is based on parallel operation of a bank of lithium batteries and series of hydrogen fuel cells.
  In-situ manipulation of ferroelectric structures at the atomic level
  Prof A Sanchez-Fuentes
Applications accepted all year round

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Ferroelectric materials are characterized by the existence of a finite electric polarization in absence of an external field below the Curie temperature.
  Developing graphene-reinforced aluminium based nanocomposites through heavy shear deformation
  Dr A Abdelkader
Application Deadline: 8 December 2019

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The unique set of properties exhibited by 2D materials suggested significant enhancements over traditional fillers in many composites.
  Rechargeable Lithium-Air batteries with multicomponent cathodes
  Dr A Abdelkader
Application Deadline: 8 December 2019

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There is an increasing interest in lithium-air batteries as a potential energy source for powering electric vehicles due to its high theoretical energy density, which approaches that of gasoline.
  Simulation and optimisation of a spacecraft propulsion system based on a Field Reversed Configuration plasmoid using deep learning and machine learning algorithms
  Dr P Shaw
Applications accepted all year round

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This project aims to investigate an enabling technology for a more significant and complex system based on a High-Energy Density Electromechanical Thruster based on Stabilized Liner Compression of Plasma that could lead to manned exploration of the Solar system [1].
  Magnetic Thin Films for Energy Harvesting
  Dr K Morrison
Applications accepted all year round

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The spin Seebeck effect is a newly discovered phenomenon that manifests as the generation of a spin current when a magnetic material is subjected to a temperature gradient.
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