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Applied Physics PhD Projects in Glasgow

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  Neuromorphic Nanophotonic Systems for Artificial Intelligence
  Dr A Hurtado, Dr M Strain
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
Start date. March 2019. Duration. 3 yrs. Background. Neuromorphic Photonics is an emerging discipline focusing on the development of light-enabled technologies inspired by the powerful computational capabilities of the brain for novel paradigms in information processing beyond traditional digital systems.
  Fully Funded PhD: Highly Efficient Elastic Perovskite Solar Cells for Integration with Robotics
  Dr A Ivaturi
Application Deadline: 15 January 2019
Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) based on organic-inorganic metal halide perovskite absorber materials have revolutionized photovoltaics research worldwide with the steepest ever increase in the power conversion efficiency from 3.8% in 2009 to 22.7% as of March 2017.
  Digitally interfaced high-speed LED-SPAD arrays for environment-aware wireless systems
  Prof M Dawson, Dr J Herrnsdorf
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Start date. October 2019. Duration. 3.5 yrs. Background. Digital cameras and active-matrix displays are powerful examples of how arrays of optical receivers and emitters can have transformative impact.
  PhD in Environmental Science: High precision surface exposure dating
  Dr R Shanks, Dr D Fabel, Dr T Bradwell
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
This project will determine how fast ice caps can melt by analysing the collapse of the ice cap that existed in Scotland about 11600 years ago and disappeared at a time when temperatures rose by 8°C, the same as the temperature rise predicted for the Arctic by 2100.
  Computational Biomedical Imaging: building a better light-sheet microscope
  Dr J Taylor, Prof A Harvey
Application Deadline: 13 January 2019
A PhD studentship is available in the Imaging Concepts Group at Glasgow University, researching computational imaging for light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM).
  Advanced microscopy for blood flow field mapping in the heart
  Dr J Taylor, Prof A Harvey
Application Deadline: 13 January 2019
A PhD studentship is available in the Imaging Concepts Group at Glasgow University, developing and applying advanced optical microscopy and computational imaging techniques to measure and study the blood flow and heart function in the developing zebrafish heart.
  Nano-assembly of 3D photonic integrated circuits on-a-chip
  Dr M Strain, Prof M Dawson
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Start date. October 2019. Duration. 3.5 yrs. Background. Chip scale photonic systems have seen a rapid uptake in a wide range of applications from lab-on-a-chip biosensors to ultra-high speed micro-displays and photonic integrated circuitry.
  Deep ultraviolet LED devices for few-photon optical communications and imaging
  Prof M Dawson, Dr J Herrnsdorf
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Start date. October 2019. Duration. 3.5 yrs. Background. Conventional optical communications is based on fibre-optic networks operating in the near-infrared.
  Theoretical and numerical studies of relativistic laser-plasma interaction and applications
  Prof Z Sheng
Applications accepted all year round
You might be a potential candidate if you are interested in using high performance computing to discover novel physics or solve key problems in high intensity laser-matter interactions and their applications, particularly in advanced particle accelerators and radiation sources (from THz to X-rays).
  Assessing the value of data for engineering seismology
  Dr J Douglas
Applications accepted all year round
The shaking that occurs in the epicentral region of large earthquakes can be highly destructive to civil engineering infrastructure.
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