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Characterization of Vacancy-Related Point Defects in Nuclear Materials

The importance of both Fusion and Fission Nuclear Energy Technologies is growing. The materials used must be resilient to high levels of typically neutron and gamma-ray radiation. Read more

KESS 2 East Research Masters Scholarship: Development of advanced, targeted radioactive treatments for cancers

Project ID: BUK2E052. Annual Stipend: £11,937 p.a. Application Deadline: 22nd. July 2022. This project seeks to develop a new method in treating cancer by coupling nuclear medicine with Creo Medical’s sophisticated medical microwave technologies. Read more

Long range detection of alpha particles in air

Project Highlights. This is an industry backed project, the aim of which is to give the researcher experience of working in an industrial environment while completing their PhD, this will greatly enhance the researcher employment prospects post-degree. Read more

Nuclear DFT studies of atomic nuclei

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
The tool of choice to describe properties of atomic nuclei from light to heavy and from drip-line to drip-line is the nuclear density functional theory (NDFT). Read more

Fission studies of neutron-rich nuclei

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
The RIBF facility at RIKEN in Tokyo, Japan is the world’s leading laboratory in the production and study of the most exotic nuclear systems that we can currently access. Read more

Nuclear structure at the extremes: studies of neutron-rich nuclei

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
In the nuclear physics group at York, we focus on carrying out world-leading research aimed at the study of the fundamental properties of atomic nuclei and the origin of elements in the cosmos, employing and developing state-of-the-art experimental and theoretical techniques. Read more

Experimental study of nucleon-nucleon correlations in asymmetric nuclei

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
In the nuclear physics group at York, we focus on carrying out world-leading research aimed at the study of the fundamental properties of atomic nuclei and the origin of elements in the cosmos, employing and developing state-of-the-art experimental and theoretical techniques. Read more

Development of a novel gamma-ray spectrometer for nuclear structure studies

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
The RIBF facility at RIKEN in Tokyo, Japan is the world’s leading laboratory in the production and study of the most exotic nuclear systems that we can currently access. Read more

AI-driven data analytics for particle identification in high-energy gamma-beam experiments

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
Advanced electronic-signal data analytics is opening up new opportunities for physical science research, ranging from nuclear processes in the Big Bang [1] and neutron-star mergers, to how we can create radionuclides for medical diagnosis and treatment through gamma-induced fission and gamma-induced charged-particle emission. Read more

Metallurgy and Materials International Excellence Doctoral Studentship 2022/23

The School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham is pleased to announce the call for the 2022/23 “Metallurgy and Materials International Excellence Doctoral Studentship” scheme. Read more

Hydrogen Ventilation in a Geological Disposal Facility

One of the biggest engineering challenges in safeguarding the UK from the legacy of half a century of nuclear power generation may be found in the design of long-term storage for spent fuel. Read more

Artificial Intelligence at the Electron Ion Collider

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
The project is focused on the development of novel analysis tools based on Artificial Intelligence to enable new insights from both experimental and computational data while revolutionising the way high-level data analysis is currently done in nuclear and particle physics. Read more

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