The scholarship will pay an annual stipend at the standard rate (currently £14,777) and tuition fees. The scholarship is only available to UK or EU students. Interested students from outside the EU may also get in touch, but when doing so they must state how they expect to fund their PhD studies.
Taking monocrystalline silicon to the ultimate lifetime limit
T. Niewelt, A. Richter, T.C. Kho, N.E. Grant, R.S. Bonilla, B. Steinhauser, J.-I. Polzin, F. Feldmann, M. Hermle, J.D. Murphy, S.P. Phang, W. Kwapil, M.C. Schubert
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 185 252 (2018)
Superacid-treated silicon surfaces: extending the limit of carrier lifetime for photovoltaic applications
N.E. Grant, T. Niewelt, N.R. Wilson, E.C. Wheeler-Jones, J. Bullock, M. Al-Amin, M.C. Schubert, A.C. van Veen, A. Javey, J.D. Murphy
IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 7 1574 (2017)