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Applied Physics PhD Projects in Leicester

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  Nucleation of Atmospheric Aerosols
  Prof A M Ellis, Dr S Ball
Application Deadline: 25 April 2019
Aerosol particles are important constituents of the Earth’s atmosphere. They play a vital role in the lower atmosphere by affecting the Earth’s radiation balance through the scattering of solar radiation.
  PhD Studentship: Transient Wear Analysis Model for Cylindrical Gear Conjunctions
  Dr M Mohammadpour
Application Deadline: 21 May 2019
Application details. Reference number. MMP2019. Start date of studentship. 1 October 19. Closing date of advert. 21 May 2019. Interview date.
  PhD Studentship: Adaptive Online Optimisation for Improved Powertrain Performance
  Dr J Knowles, Dr B Mason
Application Deadline: 29 April 2019
Reference number. AAE-JK-1903. Start date. July 2019. Closing date. 29 April 2019. Primary supervisor. Dr James Knowles. Secondary supervisor.
  Cellular Automaton to Model Rapid Crystal Growth and Recrystallisation
  Dr A Roy, Dr K Baxevanakis
Applications accepted all year round
Texture in materials plays a crucial role in metallic products. A thorough study of the underlying morphology and its evolution is relevant for producing cast parts of innovative technological products.
  Liquid crystal microfluidics
  Dr M Mazza, Dr T Shendruk
Application Deadline: 1 June 2019
Liquid crystals (LCs) have been a source of fascinatingly abundant physics for more than a century. Because of their capacity to reorient, also in response to external fields, LCs are used in a wide range of applications.
  Numerical Modelling of 3D Microstructure of Nonwovens
  Dr E Demirci, Dr A Gleadall
Applications accepted all year round
The main aim of the proposed project is to develop a novel scheme for the analysis of a 3D orientation distribution function (ODF) of fibers in nonwovens using non-destructive testing methods, such as, X-ray micro computed tomography (CT), and to benchmark nonwovens analytically & graphically based on their 3D fibrous structure.
  Emerging application of gas plasma technologies
  Dr F Iza
Applications accepted all year round
Gas plasmas generate reactive environments at low temperature that can trigger chemical and bio-chemical processes that are hard to initiate by other means.
  Advanced electron beam sources
  Dr F Iza
Applications accepted all year round
Electron beam technology is a unique technology that enables joining dissimilar and otherwise hard to weld metals with very precise and clean welds while minimizing the heating of the material outside the working area.
  Magnetic Thin Films for Energy Harvesting
  Dr K Morrison
Applications accepted all year round
The spin Seebeck effect is a newly discovered phenomenon that manifests as the generation of a spin current when a magnetic material is subjected to a temperature gradient.
  Predicting failure in crystalline materials using machine learning techniques
  Dr A Roy, Dr M Pacella
Applications accepted all year round
Single crystal materials are extensively used in components ranging from the smallest (e.g. micro-lens, MEMS devices) to the largest sizes (e.g.
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