Applications are invited for an STFC funded studentship leading to the degree of PhD in nuclear physics. As a nuclear physics PhD student at Brighton, you will be part of the UK and international community and will participate in and lead experiments at world-leading experimental facilities. You will be part of a group which uses the techniques of gamma-ray spectroscopy to study the shapes of neutron-rich nuclei in the A~100 mass region. Experimental work is carried out in collaboration with UK and international partners at facilities abroad and detailed analysis and interpretation is carried out at the University of Brighton.
The successful applicant will work on data taken at the RIBF facility in Japan as part of the IDATEN fast-timing collaboration.