We have 46 Theoretical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK)

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Theoretical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK)

We have 46 Theoretical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK)

Preparation and Characterisation of ‘Green’ Photocathodes for the Generation of High-Brightness Electron Beams

The quality of the electron beam in an accelerator is limited largely by that of the electron source. Fourth generation light sources such as the planned UK X-FEL and ultrafast electron diffraction projects require high-brightness electron sources. Read more

Quantum Control with Quantum Fields

Supervisory Team: Dr Elinor Twyeffort. Project description: The University of Southampton is expanding its PhD research in the area of Quantum Technology Engineering. Read more

Exploring Light-Matter Interaction for Quantum Materials Engineering

Supervisory Team: Prof Simone De Liberato, Dr Erika Cortese . Project description. The University of Southampton is actively recruiting PhD candidates in the fascinating field of Quantum Technology. Read more

Integrated photonics for ion-trap quantum computing

Supervisory Team: Dr Peter Horak, Dr James Gates. Project description: The University of Southampton is expanding its PhD research in the area of Quantum Technology Engineering. Read more

(A*STAR Split-site) Combining twisted 2D materials and metaoptics for mid-far-IR & THz light matter interaction

The electromagnetic radiation is one of the prime tools to investigate matter and its properties. This is made possible. by the existence of efficient and compact sources and detectors in the whole spectrum, with the crucial exception of. Read more

Quantum Theory and Cognition

​​The work of cognitive psychologist Busemeyer and others have uncovered the astonishing fact that the probability rules underlying human cognitive behaviours are not those of classical probability, but rather their quantum counterparts. Read more

Quantum Entanglement and the arrow of time

​​In quantum mechanics, we appeal to decoherence as a process to explain the emergence of a quasi-classical order. Decoherence, whose origin lies in quantum entanglement, has no classical counterpart. Read more

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