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Chemical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Warwick

We have 26 Chemical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Warwick



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We have 26 Chemical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Warwick

PhD in Assessment and development of antimicrobial resistant coated steels for indoor applications

  Research Group: Materials and Manufacturing
Project Overview. Tata Steel is one of Europe’s leading steel producers, with steelmaking in the UK and the Netherlands, and manufacturing plants across Europe. Read more

Organometallic chemistry of alkane activation reactions: a synthetic and computational investigation

Overview. As well-defined platforms for advancing our understanding of homogeneous alkane activation reactions, the investigation of metallocatenanes constructed from phosphine-based pincer complexes and cycloalkanes is proposed. Read more

Exploration of the action of M3 on bacterial growth, inflammation and cell growth

Introduction. Coventry University (CU) is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a (fully-funded) PhD studentship to work on a project to determine the mechanism of action of a solution which when used in the treatment of burns patients, significantly improves their survival. Read more

Atomistic Simulations of Novel Materials for the Next-gen All-Solid-State Battery Technology

Nearing the theoretical limits of conventional Li-ion batteries, the ever-increasing demand for powering today’s energy-intensive applications has urged next-generation energy storage technologies. Read more

Sodium-Ion Batteries: Understanding Degradation Processes of Electrode Materials and Interfaces.

This PhD thesis project finds its context in the increasingly growing research field of sodium-ion batteries (SIBs), which represent one of the most promising next generation environmentally friendly electrochemical energy storage systems. Read more

Characterisation of Materials for Heterogeneous Catalysis Using Advanced Analytical Techniques

This PhD project is in collaboration with Johnson Matthey and the Warwick Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training, and will explore the use of a variety of advanced analytical techniques for the characterisation of materials used for catalysis in applications such as automotive catalytic converters. Read more

Next-generation in-situ sensors for hydrogen fuel cells

Coventry University (CU) is inviting applications from suitably-qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship aiming to develop and demonstrate advanced in-situ sensing technologies for low-temperature fuel cells. Read more

PhD in Next Generation Battery Characterisation

  Research Group: Materials and Manufacturing
Lithium-ion battery technology will continue to dominate the electric vehicle (EV) industry in the next decade. The development of next-generation batteries for EV applications is extremely challenging since they require more stringent requirements than for portable applications i.e. Read more

Coventry-Deakin Cotutelle PhD Opportunities 2021

Coventry University has a global reputation for research and has developed significant collaborations with research partners and leading institutions around the world. Read more

PhD in Uncovering a Pathway for Sustainable Strip Steel Production

  Research Group: Steels Processing
Sustainability is the topic of our generation. Shifting from carbon intensive wasteful tendencies to a responsible circular economy is key to tackling the issues at hand. Read more

Selective epitaxy of Silicon Carbide for energy applications

This PhD project is an exciting opportunity to be involved in innovative and pioneering research on selective epitaxial growth of silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductor material. Read more

Polymeric Materials for Cryopreservation

Project description. 3 linked (but independent) PhD positions are available as part of a €2M ERC grant to professor Gibson to develop the next generation of materials to cryopreservation therapeutic cells and proteins. Read more

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