We have 6 Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Warwick

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Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Warwick

We have 6 Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Warwick

PhD in Beam-Steering Programmable Metasurfaces for Microwave Devices

Project Overview. We are seeking exceptional candidates with a passion for interdisciplinary research in the fields of Physics, Engineering, and Material Science for a fully funded 3.5-year PhD research project. Read more

Mono-Material Barrier Films for Sustainable and Circular Plastic Packaging Applications (MonoFilm)

Plastic packaging materials play a crucial role in today's society, offering advantages such as versatility, hygiene, safety, lightweight properties, and, notably, a low carbon footprint when compared to alternative materials. Read more

PhD in Behaviours of Nitrogen in the Future Green Steelmaking Routes

An enthusiastic individual is being invited to join a team of researchers to work on the Warwick Industrial Fellowship funded project sponsored by Tata Steel in the Netherlands. Read more

Clamp-on ultrasonic transducer arrays for flow measurement

Clamp-on ultrasonic flow measurement of liquids, is a technology whose advancement has been held back by the cost and complexity of the ultrasonic transducers needed to perform such measurements. Read more

PhD in Manufacturing Routes for Highly Controlled Structured Metamaterial Nanoparticles

This is a challenging and unique PhD opportunity for a student with a good materials, physics and/or engineering background, interested in applying their knowledge to the rapidly growing and multidisciplinary field of metamaterials. Read more

Imaging atomic-level electrochemistry in real-time using 2D material devices

Imaging atomic-level electrochemistry in real-time using 2D material devices. Funded project. You will construct and use a new 2D material heterostructure device to allow the atomic to nanoscale imaging of electrochemical reactions inside a transmission electron microscope (TEM). Read more
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