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University of Birmingham Electrochemistry PhD Projects

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  Lithium-ion Battery Recycling
  Dr P Anderson, Dr G Leeke
Application Deadline: 12 August 2019

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Applications are sought for a PhD position at the University of Birmingham, as part of the Faraday Institution funded program Recycling of Lithium-ion Batteries (ReLiB).
  The development of a fuel cell stack (power generator) for APU applications
  Dr A El-Kharouf
Application Deadline: 3 September 2019

Funding Type

PhD Type

This project focuses on the development of a low weight, low volume portable fuel cell device that can be used either as an APU system for small military vehicles or as a power supply for soldiers’ operation.
  Investigating Potential Applications of Functional DNA-based Materials and Sensors
  Prof J Tucker
Applications accepted all year round

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This PhD project falls into the areas of supramolecular chemistry, chemical biology and DNA nanotechnology and involves the preparation and study of DNA-based materials and sensors.
  Computational Structure Prediction of Energy Materials
  Dr A Morris
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

A 3-year UK/EU PhD student-ship is available in the group of Dr Andrew J. Morris who has recently relocated to the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham.
  Li-ion Batteries; Recovery and Reconditioning
  Prof E Kendrick
Applications accepted all year round

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A fully funded 4-year Faraday Institution studentship (PhD) is available in the School of Metallurgy and Materials, at the University of Birmingham under the supervision of Prof Emma Kendrick.
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