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Physical Chemistry (electronic and electrical engineering) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 11 Physical Chemistry (electronic and electrical engineering) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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University of Bath URSA project: A microfluidic electrochemical chip for monitoring of cancer cell therapies

This project is one of a number that are in competition for funding from the. University of Bath URSA competition. Project. There is a great need for approaches where each cancer patient is treated and monitored in a personalised way, i.e. Read more

E-Textiles Engineering: Triboelectric Energy Harvesting

Supervisory Team.   S P Beeby and R Torah. Project description. Electronic textiles, or e-textiles, refers to the addition of electronics, sensors, actuators, energy harvesters and energy storage within fabric materials. Read more

E-Textiles Engineering: Energy Storage

Supervisory Team. S P Beeby and R Torah. Project description. Electronic textiles, or e-textiles, refers to the addition of electronics, sensors, actuators, energy harvesters and energy storage within fabric materials. Read more

E-Textiles Engineering: Sensing

Supervisory Team.   S P Beeby and R Torah. Project description. Electronic textiles, or e-textiles, refers to the addition of electronics, sensors, actuators, energy harvesters and energy storage within fabric materials. Read more

Surface Plasmons for Enhanced Mid-Infrared Quantum Dots Photodetection

Supervisory Team.   Dr. Nema Abdelazim. The University of Southampton is ranked 1st in electrical and electronic engineering subjects (The Guardian University Guide, UK universities 2023 rankings). Read more

Deployable tritium detector using diamond voltaic structures for use in fusion fuel handling facilities

The climate emergency requires significant urgent advancement of a range of technologies to produce cleaner power. Fusion power is a key component of a range of climate change tackling advances which are required, hence the recent significant investment in fusion R&D at the UKAEA and worldwide. Read more

A 3-year PhD studentship in the Next Generation of Eco-friendly and high-performance Solar Cells

Applications are invited for a 3-year funded PhD studentship to join the Functional Materials and Optoelectronic Device group led by Dr Mojtaba Abdi-Jalebi at the Institute for Materials Discovery (. Read more
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