The London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN) is a joint enterprise between University College London (UCL), Imperial College London, and King’s College London. It is one of the world's leading centres for nanotechnology and nanoscience, covering all aspects of core nanotechnology and many other subjects that you may not think of as nanotechnology: condensed matter physics, energy research, photonics, materials science, neutron and x-ray scattering, security science, complex systems, molecular modelling.
The LCN at University College London is seeking to appoint PhD students who can demonstrate a high level of academic achievement as well as strong motivation for doing scientific research. To be eligible for these positions you must either be a UK national or an EU resident who has been living in the UK (eg for education purposes) for three years prior to the course commencing. You will typically hold a first-class degree in a relevant scientific discipline or be a final year student expecting a first-class degree. Candidates holding or expecting upper second-class degrees will also be considered.
Please send your academic CV, including a clear statement of the area of research are in which you are interested, by e-mail to [email protected] Research supervisors at the LCN will contact you further if they are interested in pursuing your application.