About the Project
The project has three major objectives which are listed as follows:
i) To study the effects of electromigration in systems that have not previously been studied under electromigration e.g. porous and nanoporous systems, in order to explore how standard electromigration phenomena are modified in these new systems and geometries.
ii) To find practical applications of voids, hillocks, nanorods and whiskers which can be grown using electromigration for nanotechnology applications (e.g. sensor applications).
iii) To develop stochastic simulation methods for solving partial differential equations and determining where these methods are intrinsically superior to standard finite element solution strategies.
It is expected that as the project progresses, it will increasingly focus on one of the objectives.
To be considered for the position candidates must apply via King’s Apply online application system. Details are available at https://www.kcl.ac.uk/physics/postgraduate/research-degrees
Please indicate your desired supervisor and quote research group Photonics & Nanotechnology in your application and all correspondence.
The selection process will involve a pre-selection on documents, if selected this will be followed by an invitation to an interview. If successful at the interview, an offer will be provided in due time.
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