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We have 342 Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 342 Other PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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The fabrication and application of high temperature materials using acoustic levitation

The project. The fabrication and application of high temperature materials using acoustic levitation. Glasses are used in a wide range of technological applications for example, in windows, fibre optic cables, lasers and sensors. 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

Phase transitions and self-assembly of protein in biological fluids

The project. The ability to control the self-assembly of biological molecules to form defined or functional structures with a high degree of predictability is a central aim for soft matter science and synthetic biology. Read more

Nanoparticle dynamics and behaviour - a new approach to tracking and measurement of key physical properties

A fully-funded 4-year PhD scholarship in Physics at the University of Bristol. As the PhD student on this project, you would carry out your own programme of original academic research using fundamental optical experiments to track nanometre-sized particles. Read more

High Temperature Superconductivity: Competing order

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

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

TRANSFER: Targeting Synthesis Routes and Novel Materials from Sustainable Flow Processing

In this highly collaborative theme based both at the University of Nottingham and University College Dublin, we are looking for students in Engineering, Chemistry and Physics and related disciplines. Read more

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