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Quantum Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 112 Quantum Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

PhD in Semiconductor Quantum Technology

Are you looking to get advanced doctorate-level training and become a future quantum engineer? We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic student to join our research team for two of our PhD projects in Quantum Technology. Read more

PhD in Electronic equipment for Quantum Technologies

Are you looking to get advanced doctorate-level training and become a future quantum engineer? We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic student to join our research team for a PhD project in Instrumentation for Quantum Technologies. Read more

Atomic scale characterisation and quantum engineering of energy-efficient molecular materials (QMol)

Project summary – The goal of this PhD project is to help realise a new generation of switchable molecular devices with the potential to fulfil societal needs for flexible energy harvesting materials, low-power neuromorphic computing, smart textiles, and self-powered patches for healthcare. Read more

Nanoscale ferroelectricity in epitaxial oxide heterostructures

Ferroelectrics have a multitude of applications that range from medical ultrasound transducers to non-volatile random access memories and exploit their superior dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and optical properties, as well as the defining characteristic of ferroelectrics—their spontaneous electrical polarization that can be switched by an electric field. Read more

Emergent helical dipole textures in quadruple perovskites

Ordering of magnetic dipoles in materials gives rise to many kinds of magnetic structures, from simple ferromagnetism to complex helices, that have found important applications with profound impacts in society. Read more

Polaritonic enhancement of metal halide perovskite photovoltaic performance

Clean, renewable solar energy is currently most widely harnessed by silicon solar cells. Competition has emerged over the last decade in the form of metal halide perovskites (MHPs), semiconductors whose excellent physical properties allow for highly efficient, easily fabricated solar cells. Read more

[STFC Studentship] Quantum technologies for laser interferometry

Since the start of their first observing runs in fall 2015, Advanced LIGO and Virgo have made direct detections of gravitational waves created by the collisions of black holes and of neutron stars, thus bringing to life a new instrument for astronomy. Read more

Pushing the scale boundaries for degradation simulations of industrially relevant materials

Supervisory Team.   Chris-Kriton Skylaris. Project description. The computational simulation of chemical reactions in materials requires an accurate, explicit description of their electrons. Read more

Exploring low-dimensional quantum magnetism in exotic new 2D materials

Experimental low-temperature physics focussed on lab-based crystal synthesis & characterisation and neutron scattering experiments at international facilities to study the details of magnetic structures. Read more

Dimensionality tuning and quantum engineering in new 2D materials

Experimental low-temperature physics involving high pressure, extreme magnetic field and milliKelvin temperature tuning of exotic low dimensional materials with hands-on experiments & development and opportunities for travel to international facilities. Read more

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