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Solid State Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Electrodeposition of advanced Cu-based alloy catalysts for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to valuable chemicals

SolDAC is an Horizon Europe project ambition is to reinvent the ethylene industry by proving (TRL4) an emerging breakthrough technology for producing technically and economically competitive, socially desirable and climate-neutral (sustainable) ethylene and co-product ethanol (C2 products) from solar energy and air. Read more

Manufacturing Magnetic Nano Structures

EPSRC funded project 3.5 years full time starting October 2022. Magnetic nanostructures can be effectively fabricated from ferrofluids via photolithography and allow for novel nano-scale geometries, properties, and applications in the fields of magnetics, energy, and materials. Read more

Optimizing and tuning the optical characteristics of solution processed TADF OLEDs

The position advertised here looks at optimizing and tuning the optical characteristics of solution processed TADF OLEDs. Solution processed organic films are characterized by intrinsic disorder and inhomogeneity on different length scales. Read more

Metallurgy and Materials International Excellence Doctoral Studentship 2022/23

The School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham is pleased to announce the call for the 2022/23 “Metallurgy and Materials International Excellence Doctoral Studentship” scheme. Read more

Characterizing Photovoltaic Passivating Contacts Via Nonlinear Optical Metrology

The School of Photovoltaic & Renewable Energy Engineering (SPREE) within the UNSW Faculty of Engineering has been at the leading edge of global solar cell development for over 30 years, reporting many world record solar cell efficiencies. Read more

Record Superconductivity in Hydrogen Compounds

The project. Understanding high-temperature superconductivity in hydride compounds is of great importance to fundamental research and may lead to new applications. Read more

Quantum Critical Superconductivity

The project. High temperature superconductivity has the potential to transform use of electrical power, enabling low carbon technologies such as fusion reactors and electric airplanes. Read more

Heavy fermion thin films

The project. Bulk crystals can display heavy fermion behaviour, where the effective mass of mobile carriers can be up to 1000 times larger than the bare electron mass due to electron-electron interactions. Read more

From maximal to minimal dissipation. A new paradigm in superconductivity

The project. A new class of superconducting materials has emerged that host a metallic (resistive) state that fails to conform to the standard models of metallic behaviour, displaying strong signatures of incoherent transport. Read more

Perovskite Radiation Detectors

  Research Group: Radiation and Medical Physics Group
New technologies for digital X-ray sensors are currently revolutionising many aspects of public health and security, from medical imaging systems to the latest “3D” X-ray scanning technology used in airports. Read more

Single quasiparticle pumping in the integer and fractional quantum Hall regime

This experimental PhD project will develop semiconductor nanodevices and cryogenic measurement technologies for controlled transfer of single quasiparticles (electrons or fractionally-charged quasiparticles). Read more

Hot carrier dynamics in plasmonic photocatalysis

Plasmonic nanomaterials are new promising candidates for photocatalysis, which lies at the heart of new technologies ranging from the use of sunlight for water decontamination and for the generation of fuels and energy carriers in a net zero carbon economy, to bond selective photochemistry in drug manufacturing. Read more

Tracking the photochemistry fingerprint in plasmonic nanostructures

We seek a motivated student to join our international and diverse team at King’s College London. Chemical transformations lie at the heart of pharmaceutical and advanced materials development and are key to improving the environment through greenhouse gas reduction and pollutant decontamination. Read more

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