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Metrology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Southampton

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  Nanophotonics & Nano-metrology
  Prof N Zheludev, Prof K MacDonald, Dr E Plum
Applications accepted all year round
This project will explore ways in which recent fundamental advances in nanophotonics can be used in radically new metrological applications pushing the limits of resolution and functionality.
  High Fidelity Simulation of Atmospheric Dispersion
  Dr R Deiterding
Application Deadline: 22 March 2019
Understanding the dispersion of pollutants in atmospheric flow is of vital importance for infrastructure planning and urban development as well as forecasting the spread of air-borne hazards in outdoor and indoor environments.
  Electrostatic Array Sensor Development for Wear and Contact Distress Detection in Machines
  Research Group: nCATS
  Prof R J K Wood
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Micro and nano- electrostatic array sensors will be developed with embedded electronics that will allow far better spatial and temporal resolution of tribological contact decay (surface and lubricant) in machines.
  Electrostatic Array Sensor Correlation with Known Wear and Contact Distress Mechanisms
  Prof R J K Wood
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
This project is in the area of monitoring the performance of contacting surfaces within components of heavy machines using novel sensing systems (electrostatic sensor arrays ESA) and advanced machine learning techniques.
  PhD Studentship on Understanding Loss Mechanisms in Hollow Optical Fibers
  Dr F Poletti
Applications accepted all year round
Because of their unique properties derived from confining and guiding light in a hollow region rather than in a solid material, hollow optical fibers hold a great promise for a wide range of applications, including high power delivery, gas sensing, metrology, sensing, quantum optics and in particular optical communications.
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