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Loughborough University, School of Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 15 Loughborough University, School of Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Route to terahertz 4-dimensional microscopy

We aim to use Terahertz radiation combined with ultrafast Photonics to push the boundary of what we can see in the microscopic world, sharply beyond what it currently achievable. Read more

Temporal laser cavity solitons microcombs

This theoretical/experimental PhD project will focus on developing an optical clock based on a new type of nonlinear optical wave, called temporal laser cavity soliton, recently discovered in the Emergent Photonics laboratory [1,2] for ultra-efficient and resilient microcombs (. Read more

Computational design and optimization of water purification systems

Filtering dirt and/or other particles out of water by passing it through a porous membrane is not just crucial to healthy living but it is also involved in a huge range of engineering processes in the medical, pharmaceutical, biotechnological, and chemical sectors. Read more

Spectral theory of relativistic quantum Hamiltonians

The development of quantum mechanics is a great example of how mathematics and physics can stimulate mutual progress. At the core of this success story stands the spectral theory of self-adjoint operators – so called Hamiltonians – which determine the energy and time evolution of quantum systems. Read more

Boolean functions with optimal stability of their cryptographic indicators under restriction of their inputs

Encrypting data is essential for ensuring the security of our electronic communications. The ciphers in current use are built from smaller components, one of them being a cryptographic Boolean function. Read more

Modelling long timescale effects of irradiation damage of nuclear graphite

Synthetic graphite is a material that has widespread application in nuclear reactors, both within the existing reactors that are currently used in the UK and in the planned next generation reactors. Read more

Computational design of functional molecular materials

Functional molecular materials play an important role in modern science with applications in solar energy conversion, lighting, and data processing paving the path for a sustainable future. Read more
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