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Semiconductors PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Sheffield

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  EPSRC CDT in Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing

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This new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training provides fully funded PhD studentships and comprehensive training in Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing.
  Quantum optics using quantum dots
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof M Fox
Applications accepted all year round

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Semiconductor quantum dots are considered to be one of the best candidates to serve as the quantum emitters in quantum communication and quantum computing technologies.
  Spin-photon interface using InAs quantum dots
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof M Fox
Applications accepted all year round

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The spins of electrons and holes confined within InAs quantum dots can be used as qubits within spin quantum networks. The spins interact strongly with photons, and this provides the basis for a spin-photon interface, enabling transfer of quantum information between separated spin qubits using photons.
  Semiconductor Quantum Nanophotonics
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof M S Skolnick
Application Deadline: 31 July 2020

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Applications are invited for a PhD position in the quantum science and technology of semiconductor nanostructures.
  Part-funded PhD Opportunity - Design and fabrication of full colour micro-display with a high response speed using micro-LED
  Prof T Wang
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020

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Applications are invited for a part-funded 3.5 year PhD studentship to work on Design and fabrication of full colour micro-display with a high response speed using micro-LED.
  Part-funded PhD Opportunity - Fabrication and characterisation of ultra-small and ultra-efficiency micro-LEDs for visible light communications
  Prof T Wang
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020

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Applications are invited for a part-funded 3.5 year PhD studentship to work on fabrication and characterisation of ultra-small and ultra-efficiency micro-LEDs for visible light communications.
  Next generation additive manufacturing using laser diode arrays
  Dr K Groom, Dr K Mumtaz
Applications accepted all year round

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A funded PhD Studentship (UK/EU only) is available for research into next-generation additive manufacturing processes based on a new method for selective laser melting.
  PhD studentship in Organic Photovoltaics
  Dr D G Lidzey
Application Deadline: 31 March 2020

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We are delighted to announce a studentship in organic photovoltaic devices which is sponsored by the multi award-winning company Ossila Ltd (www.ossila.com).
  Fully-funded PhD studentship – Fabrication and characterisation of monolithic on-chip integration of III-nitride optoelectronics
  Prof T Wang
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020

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Applications are invited for a fully-funded 3.5 year PhD studentship to work on Fabrication and characterisation of monolithic on-chip integration of III-nitride photonics and electronics.
  PhD position in the field of nonlinear and quantum optics with polaritons in semiconductor nanostructures
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Dr D Krizhanovskii
Applications accepted all year round

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Recent advances in semiconductor nano-technology lead to a new generation of robust controllable structures where manipulation of coupling between light and matter can be performed on a submicrometer scale.
  Nanoscale quantum physics and quantum information processing with electrons and atoms in semiconductor quantum dots
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Dr E Chekhovich
Applications accepted all year round

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Nanoscale semiconductor structures have attracted considerable attention for potential applications in quantum information processing, energy harvesting, and photonics.
  Nano-magnetism in atomically thin 2D quantum materials and their heterostructures
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof A Tartakovskii
Applications accepted all year round

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Following the discovery of graphene, a large family of layered crystals has attracted significant attention. The properties of these materials range from superconductors and metals, to semiconductors and insulators.
  Strong light-matter interaction in van der Waals 2D materials: discovery of novel quantum states of the matter
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof A Tartakovskii
Applications accepted all year round

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The isolation of single-atomic layer graphene has led to a surge of interest in a large family of layered crystals with strong in-plane bonds and weak van der Waals interlayer coupling.
  Van der Waals 2D materials: optical manifestations of the quantum physics of moiré superlattices
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof A Tartakovskii
Applications accepted all year round

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Atomically-thin layers of two-dimensional materials can be assembled in vertical stacks (called ‘heterostructures’), which are held together by relatively weak van der Waals forces, allowing for coupling between monolayer crystals with incommensurate lattices and arbitrary mutual rotation, or ‘twist’.
  Sub-wavelength all-dielectric nano-photonics: 2D materials and beyond
  Research Group: Inorganic Semiconductors
  Prof A Tartakovskii
Applications accepted all year round

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So far nano-photonics has dealt with dielectric devices relying on confining light in diffraction-limited volumes. Beating the diffraction limit by confining light on sub-wavelength scales has been only possible with plasmonic structures made of nano-structured metal, which unavoidably suffer from large optical losses.
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