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University of Birmingham, School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering PhD Projects

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  Advanced Power Conversion Systems for Hydrogen Trains
  Dr P Tricoli, Prof C Roberts
Applications accepted all year round
Railway electrification provides faster and reliable train journeys, but requires a substantial investment for the railway infrastructure.
  Flexible medium voltage DC electric railway systems
  Dr P Tricoli, Prof C Roberts
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The aim of this PhD programme is to investigate the next generation railway electrification systems, DC power electronic. traction transformers and technologies for integrating renewable sources, to challenge the traditional rail approach to.
  Integrated Antenna Arrays for Future Terahertz Systems
  Dr S Hanham
Applications accepted all year round
Terahertz waves (0.1 to 10 THz) have a range of useful properties that make them promising for future imaging, communication and radar systems.
  Low-loss terahertz waveguides and devices for sensors and communication systems
  Dr Y Wang
Applications accepted all year round
Terahertz (THz) wave holds great promise for industrial and scientific applications in security screening, sensing, material characterisation, astronomy and communications.
  Railway Electrification in the Era of Smart Grids
  Dr P Tricoli, Prof C Roberts
Applications accepted all year round
Electrification of the railway allows for faster, greener, more reliable train journeys, improves passenger services and supports economic growth in Britain.
  Terahertz Sensing with Trapped Electromagnetic Fields
  Dr S Hanham
Applications accepted all year round
The photon energies in the terahertz frequency band (0.1 to 10 THz) corresponds to the rotational and vibrational modes of many complex molecules, making the frequency range of interest for many biological and security sensing applications.
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