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Pollard Institute: Real-time gas sensing using terahertz quantum cascade lasers

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
This project will develop fast detection systems to provide the first real-time gas sensing and imaging in the terahertz (THz) region of the electromagnetic spectrum. Read more

Pollard Institute: Control of terahertz lasers using sound

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Applicants are sought for a funded PhD position investigating the acoustic control of terahertz frequency quantum cascade lasers (THz QCLs). Read more

Pollard Institute: Topological insulator plasmonics

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Topological insulators (TIs) are a recently discovered new type of material. Although their bulk is insulating, they have highly conductive surface states that are almost free from scattering even at room temperature, through a process known as topological protection. Read more

Climate compatible decision making in the UK construction sector

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
Global demand for concrete has grown 3-fold and steel 2-fold over the last 10 years. Both are responsible for approximately 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), 75% of which is associated with buildings and infrastructure. . Read more

BCAST/ Investigation of deformation modes in the development of manufacturing-induced property enhanced AA6xxx series Aluminium Alloys

Constellium are leading the way for automotive lightweighting of the future generations of sustainable vehicles by the development of high strength AA6xxx series aluminium extrusion alloys with tensile yield strength (Rp0.2) above 400MPa and >10% elongation. Read more

Leading infrastructure projects in the face of climate challenges

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
The aim of this PhD project is to generate insights on project leadership in the face of global climate challenges. Infrastructure development and renewal projects are critical to the achievement of Net Zero targets and the creation of a resilient future. Read more

Manipulation of skyrmions with tailored acoustic potentials

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Magnetic skyrmions are nanoscale spin textures with a non-zero topological charge that appear in some condensed matter systems such as magnetic multilayers. … Read more

Incorporating Knowledge Management into the Planning of Infrastructure Projects

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
Infrastructure projects are typically complex and dynamic, in which the design of operations and construction methods can play a significant role in the successful delivery of such mega projects in terms of key objectives such as schedule, cost, environmental, and safety performance. Read more
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PhD Studentship in Civil Engineering: Exploiting viral ecology to combat problem organisms in biological wastewater treatment

Overview. In nature, viruses drive bacterial abundance, activity, and community composition. they are responsible for up to 100% of bacterial mortality every day, severely affecting ecosystem function. Read more

Develop single-cell biomechanical nanotools for novel cardiovascular mechanobiology and cancer immunotherapy

In view of the high complexity and dynamics of protein complexes that perform important physiological functions, it is difficult to visualise and characterise their kinetic and signaling processes on single living cells using traditional biochemical and biophysical techniques. Read more

A novel computational biomechanics framework to model vascular mechanopropagation and single cell mechanosensing

The mechanical stimuli generated by body exercise can be transmitted from cortical bone into the deep bone marrow. A mechanosensitive perivascular stem cell niche is recently identified within the bone marrow for osteogenesis and lymphopoiesis. Read more

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