A full 3.5 year studentship for UK or EU students (fees and maintenance) is available. Candidates should hold or expect to hold a 1st (or high 2.1) in Physics or related subject area.
Applications are accepted at any time, but it is likely that interviews will be from January 2020 onwards.
The Physics department is proud to be an IOP Juno Champion and a winner of an Athena Swan Silver Award, reflecting our commitment to equal opportunity and to fostering an environment in which all can excel.
 J. Liu, et al., Physical Review Letters 122, 057207 (2019)
 K. Gotze et al., arXiv:1907.09181 (2019).
 R. Williams et al., arXiv:1909.07900 (2019).
FTE Category A staff submitted: 54.60
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