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

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We have 47 Physics (electronic and electrical engineering) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Single Event Effects in Wide Bandgap Semiconductors (Project 1)

Durham University, one of the top 100 universities in the world (ranked 82nd in QS World University Rankings 2022) is inviting applications for two fully funded PhD studentships to work within the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering within the Department of Engineering on the development of electronic systems for aerospace applications. Read more

High temperature monolithic position sensor

Durham University, one of the top 100 universities in the world (ranked 82nd in QS World University Rankings 2022) is inviting applications for two fully funded PhD studentships to work within the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering within the Department of Engineering on the development of electronic systems for aerospace applications. Read more

PhD Studentship - Ultra-High-Speed Electronic Sensors and Instrumentation

Summary. We have an exciting PhD scholarship in Electronic Engineering Sensor Systems at the University of Sheffield. The project is entitled "Ultra-High-Speed Electronic Sensors and Instrumentation". Read more

PhD Studentship in Distributed Quantum Computing

Position Summary Applications are invited for one fully funded PhD student position in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) at Imperial College in London. Read more

PhD Studentship in Nano-electronics: Deep cryogenic CMOS device characterisation and modelling for integrated quantum computing

Applications are invited for a PhD in the School of Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU). This fully funded three-year PhD Scholarship would comprise the waiving of annual tuition fees, a maintenance stipend of £ 16,062 per annum, plus a contribution towards research running costs of £1,600 per annum. Read more

5+ Fully funded 4-year PhDs in Ultrasonic Engineering at the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde

Ultrasonics is the science and technology of sound at frequencies above the audible range. It is vitally important across many sectors from robotics in the energy industries to medical imaging, with an annual market value of $45 billion. Read more

5+ Fully funded 4-year PhDs in Ultrasonic Engineering at the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde

Ultrasonics is the science and technology of sound at frequencies above the audible range. It is vitally important across many sectors from robotics in the energy industries to medical imaging, with an annual market value of $45 billion. Read more

Electronic properties of next generation perovskite solar cell materials

There is a new class material that is already showing the potential to compete with silicon in solar cell technology. These new materials are based on the metal halide perovskite system and the aim of the PhD is to relate the structural properties to the electronic properties. Read more

Advanced energy-efficient optical communication technology

The candidate will work on a cutting-edge optical communication technology focusing on energy efficiency and net-zero. There is a wide range of applications from Zero-energy Internet-of-Things to ultra-high-speed optical links for data centres. Read more

Novel VO2 based memristor for neuromorphic computing and AI

  Research Group: Sustainable Electronic Technologies
Vanadium dioxide (VO. 2. ) is a unique material as it has a temperature driven insulator to metal transition just above room temperature resulting in more than 3 orders of magnitude change in resistivity. Read more

Defect engineering in silicon solar cells

Would you like to work in a world-class research team, in a well-equipped state-of-the-art research laboratory, and on one of the most important topics facing us in the 21st century? Come to join us at the Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Group at the Australian National University (ANU). Read more

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