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Tuning of 2D material for wearable devices and biomedical applications.


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  Dr Umar Khan, Prof Suresh Pillai  No more applications being accepted  Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

ATU Sligo is offering a fully funded PhD studentship.

The main research work will be carried out in ATU Sligo; however, this project is a collaboration with external university therefore part of reach work may be carried out in other universities.  

This project will explore the potentials of nanomaterials in the preparation of electrically conducting wearable devices. This is an interdisciplinary project with various sections of science and engineering. Liquid phase exploitation of graphene/other layered nanomaterials and the preparation electrically conducting nanocomposites will be part of the project. Electro-mechanical properties of the nanocomposites will also be investigated.

 Completed applications should be submitted to to the Research office, Atlantic Technological University Sligo Campus,

To Sean Walker at [Email Address Removed] Closing date 111h of December 2022 before 23:00


Funding Notes

Scholarship €18,500 (4 years) and the fees will be paid
Postgraduate fees for EU and for Non-EU students will be covered by the project.
IELTS/TOEFL certificate is required for candidates applying from non-English speaking countries. ATU Sligo’s approved English Language Entry Requirements for postgraduate students is IELTS 6.0 (Overall) with no component score less than 5.5.

References

Must require:
Candidate must have a 4-year honours degree in one of the following or related fields.
Chemistry
Physics
Material science/ Engineering
Chemical Engineering

Desirable qualities: The fowling are desirables but not essential,
The ideal candidate should have a Master degree in the stated areas.
Experience in (nano) composite preparation.
Nanomaterials characterising.
Good mathematical skills.
Measurement of electrical and mechanical properties of conducting composite materials.
Some Experience with, UV Vis, XRD, FTIR, TGA, SEM and TEM characterisation techniques
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