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Optical Physics (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 6 Optical Physics (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing (Polymer Characterisation )

A Four Year PhD Scholarship (2022-2025) in Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing, specialising in Polymer Characterisation is available immediately from 1 December 2021. Read more

Polymer thin film preparation and optical modelling for infrared reflectometry, AFM-IR and infrared ellipsometry

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
The Edmondson research group is based in the Department of Materials at The University of Manchester. Our research sits at the interface of polymer chemistry and polymer characterisation, with particular expertise in. Read more

Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing (Laser Processing)

A Four Year PhD Scholarship (2022-2025) in  Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing, specialising in Laser Processing is available immediately from 1 December 2021. Read more

Plexcitonic Sensors for Medical Diagnostics.

Do you enjoy exciting, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge research? We invite applications for this studentship, starting on 1 October 2022, as part of a £7.3 M collaborative project funded by EPSRC and led by Prof G. Read more

PhD Studentship in Materials Physics

The Materials Physics group is led by. Professor Alan Dalton. . Find out more about the group. here. The Project. Ceramic materials within X-ray scanners can lose mechanical integrity due to deleterious charging. Read more
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