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Solid State Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 95 Solid State Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Environmental Transmission Electron Microscopy for Sustainable Materials Development: Modifying the Photocatalytic Properties of TiO2

Background. Understanding the (photo)chemistry of TiO2 is critical to current commercial (£20 billion) and future applications. Current applications include pigments, protective coatings, sunscreens, and self-cleaning surfaces. Read more

Lithium corrosion behaviour of RAFM steels for tritium breeder blankets in fusion energy production

The production of vast amounts of nuclear fusion energy in tokamak and compact spherical reactor designs, as a replica of nuclear reactions in the sun, rely on the deuterium (D)-tritium (T) reaction and the hot D-T plasma confinement using intense superconducting magnets. Read more
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Fundamental aspects of superconducting qubits and related quantum devices

Superconducting quantum devices are microelectronic devices operated in the quantum regime and have proved very successful, they currently underpin a very successful approach to quantum computing through various types of single and multi-qubit devices, as exemplified by Google and IBM among others. Read more

Cellular Automaton to Model Rapid Crystal Growth and Recrystallisation

Texture in materials plays a crucial role in metallic products. A thorough study of the underlying morphology and its evolution is relevant for producing cast parts of innovative technological products. Read more

A Multiscale Investigation of Dislocation-Grain Boundary Interactions in next generation alloys

The goal of this project is to develop a multiscale framework that incorporates continuum dislocation mechanics (CDM) with grain boundary mechanics to understand the interplay between dislocations and grain boundaries (GBs) in metallic alloys. . Read more

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