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Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Looking for a PhD in the arts and humanities? Would love to be fully funded?

We offer two funding schemes. Student-Led Project Awards, in which you propose your own research project, and Collaborative Doctoral Awards, for which you help shape a project proposed by experienced academics working with external partner organisations. Read more

Using numerical relativity to model gravitational waves from binary black holes

  Research Group: Gravity Exploration Institute
Numerical solutions of the Einstein equations for the last orbits and merger of two black holes are essential to model the gravitational-wave signal from such systems, which are the prime source for gravitational-wave observations with Advanced LIGO and Virgo. Read more

Topological solitons in anisotropic superconductors

  Research Group: School of Mathematics
Superconductors subjected to a magnetic field can host topological solitons called "vortices", spatially localized tubes of magnetic flux and energy that cannot dissipate for topological reasons. Read more

PhD in Engineering: On-chip single-photon sources for quantum information technology applications

Non-classical optical sources emitting single photons are required for applications in quantum information science. Quantum cryptography, for instance, exploits the fundamental principles of quantum mechanics to provide unconditional security for communication. Read more

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