About the Project
Ionic liquids have a unique combination of physical properties. Among their wealth of potential applications are processes, such as multiphase catalysis, where their surfaces are of primary interest. You will develop new methods to probe their composition and structure, building on our recent demonstration that reactive-atom scattering coupled with laser-induced fluorescence has high surface selectivity and chemical specificity. This work is part of an EPSRC-funded project, in which the collaborators at University of York and internationally will provide expertise in chemical synthesis, complementary measurements, and industrially relevant applications. It complements a wider collaboration funded through a major joint EPSRC Programme Grant (https://molecularscattering.com/) with University of Oxford. There will be regular interactions and the opportunity for exchange visits with all the collaborators.
How to Apply
1. Important Information before you Apply
When applying through the Heriot-Watt on-line system please ensure you provide the following information:
(a) in ‘Study Option’
You will need to select ‘Edinburgh’ and ‘Postgraduate Research’. ‘Programme’ presents you with a drop-down menu. Choose Chemistry PhD, Physics PhD, Chemical Engineering PhD, Mechanical Engineering PhD, Bio-science & Bio-Engineering PhD or Electrical PhD as appropriate and select September 2021 for study option (this can be updated at a later date if required)
(b) in ‘Research Project Information’
You will be provided with a free text box for details of your research project. Enter Title and Reference number [ICSKM221] of the project for which you are applying and also enter the potential supervisor’s name.
This information will greatly assist us in tracking your application.
Please note that once you have submitted your application, it will not be considered until you have uploaded your CV and transcripts.
Applications must be made through the Heriot-Watt on-line
application system, https://www.hw.ac.uk/study/apply/uk/postgraduate.htm
3. Closing Date
All applications must be received by Wednesday 5th May 2021. All successful candidates will usually be expected to commence their studies in September/October 2021.
Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters.
Based on your current search criteria we thought you might be interested in these.