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University of Liverpool Physical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 19 University of Liverpool Physical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Nuclear (NGN)
Next Generation Nuclear PhD Studentships Next Generation Nuclear is a partnership between the Universities of Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.
  Growth and Characterisation of Alkali Antimonide Photocathodes for the LHeC prototype accelerator PERLE in Orsay
  Prof G Dearden, Dr T Noakes, Dr L Jones, Dr B Militsyn
Applications accepted all year round
Supervisors. Prof. Geoff Dearden (Liverpool University), Dr. Tim Noakes (STFC Daresbury Laboratory), Dr. Lee Jones (STFC Daresbury Laboratory) and Dr.
  The Study of Hybrid Plasmas for the Deposition of Superconducting Thin Films
  Prof J Bradley, Dr R Valizadeh
Applications accepted all year round
Supervisor. Prof. James Bradley (Liverpool University), Dr. Reza Valizadeh (ASTeC Daresbury). A studentship is available from Oct 2019 on the study the basic processes in a unique hybrid physical-chemical vapour deposition (HPCVD) system developed in the ASTeC group at Darebury.
  AI Techniques for Advanced Materials Design
  Prof A I Cooper
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Description. AI is a rapidly emerging technology with a wide and deep impact. Recently, there have been significant steps forwards in the use of AI techniques such as Deep Learning for the acceleration and enrichment of the materials discovery process.
  Computational Identification of New Inorganic Materials for Automotive Applications
  Prof M Rosseinsky, Dr M Dyer
Application Deadline: 14 May 2019
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found. This 42 month PhD project will apply new computational techniques to discover materials for application as pigments in the automotive industry with reduced environmental and energy impact compared to existing materials.
  Design and Discovery of Functional Inorganic Materials
  Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr J Claridge
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
New inorganic materials are needed to advance technologies such as batteries for electric vehicles and grid storage, and to develop basic science.
  Designing efficient search strategies for new materials discovery (Reference LRC1906CHEM)
  Dr D Bollegala, Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr M Gaultois, Dr V Gusev
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
There is an urgent need to develop new experimental strategies to discover functional materials.
  Discovery of complex intermetallics as advanced magnetic and electrocatalytic materials (Reference LRC1901)
  Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr A Cowan, Dr J Alaria, Dr M Gaultois
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
This project involves the experimental design and synthesis of new intermetallic materials and characterisation of their crystal structures and magnetic and electrocatalytic properties.
  Discovery of high-temperature superconductors using Deep Learning (Reference LRC1902CHEM)
  Dr D Bollegala, Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr M Gaultois, Dr V Gusev
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
High temperature superconductivity has great promise to transform society because it offers the transmission of electricity without loss of energy and the creation of large magnetic fields with applications including healthcare.
  Discovery of solid electrolytes for new battery technology using Deep Learning (Reference LRC1904CHEM)
  Dr D Bollegala, Prof M J Rosseinsky, Dr M Gaultois, Dr V Gusev
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019
In the quest towards safer and higher capacity batteries, the development of an all-solid-state battery is a top priority, and is currently limited by the lack of a high-performance material to serve as a solid state electrolyte.
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