Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree (or above) in physics, materials science or similar discipline.
Ideally (but not necessary) the candidate will be familiar with some of the following:
• Electron microscopy (TEM in particular)
• Radiation damage in solids
• Modelling/computer programming (e.g. MATLAB, Python etc)
This PhD position is EPSRC funded and is only available to UK permanent residents. Stipend of £15,009 per annum incrementing each year.
Funds are also available for travel to national and international conferences/workshops to present work and meet other researchers from around the world.
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