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PhD in experimental particle physics

   Department of Physics

  Dr Tom Blake  Applications accepted all year round  Funded PhD Project (UK Students Only)

About the Project

The elementary particle physics (EPP) group at the University of Warwick is looking to recruit a Ph. D. student to work in one of its research areas.

The Warwick EPP group has a diverse research programme that includes energy frontier physics with the ATLAS experiment at the LHC, quark-flavour physics with the LHCb experiment, neutrino physics, dark matter detection, and R&D towards the development of future accelerators and detectors. More details on the research being carried out in the EPP group can be found on the group's web pages (

Ph. D. projects are available on a variety of topics. Example projects can be found on the group's web pages at Students are also able to propose their own research topic as long as it fits within the broader research interests of the EPP group.

Additional information

For more information, please contact Dr Tom Blake ().

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Funding is available for a UK Ph. D. student, which covers the costs of tuition fees, travel needed for the project, and a stipend that covers living expenses. Funding for overseas candidates cannot be guaranteed but applications from outstanding candidates will be considered.

Details on the stipend can be found at

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