We have 49 University of Surrey PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

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University of Surrey PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

We have 49 University of Surrey PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

Made-to-Measure modelling of the Milky Way

The European Space Agency’s Gaia mission to map the position and motion of nearly 1.8 billion stars has revolutionized our view of the Milky Way. But, 1.8 billion stars is still only 1% of the stars in our Galaxy, and a large part of the Milky Way remains unseen. Read more

Nuclear structure for the astrophysical r-process

The rapid neutron-capture (r) process produces about half of the nuclei heavier than iron. How this happens in exploding stars is one of the great open questions in physics. Read more

Innovative and new ways to self-assemble biomaterials

Do you want to work at the forefront of synthetic biology and active matter physics? This interdisciplinary project offers a unique opportunity to develop new innovative and sustainable biomaterials, which could have application in the field of biomedicine. Read more

Homotopical Algebra and Quantum Field Theory

Homotopy algebras have recently been identified to underpin any quantum field theory. In particular, they provide a powerful mathematical framework to analyse the mathematical structures of quantum field theory. . Read more

Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences fully funded studentships

Application Deadline: 3 April 2024
The University of Surrey's Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (FEPS) is delighted to announce its new PhD studentship programme for 2024. 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

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