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PhD in Computational Science - the use of computational techniques for solving scientific problems.

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  • Full or part time
    Prof Jonathan Tennyson
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    Applications accepted all year round

Project Description

A studentship is available in the area of Computational Science. The project will be a collaboration between UCL’s Department of Physics and Astronomy and Computer Science. The PhD will aim to:
1. Inverse problems such as developing highly accurate potential energy surfaces from high resolution spectroscopic data;
2. Determining uncertainties in computed cross sections for electron - molecule collisions;
3. An R-matrix approach to ultracold chemistry.
The project will contain a significant part of code deveopment and applicants should be interested in the use of computaitonal techniques for solving scientific problems.

Informal enquiries can be made to Prof Jonathan Tennyson ([email protected])
Applications will be assessed as they arrive; the studentship will start in 2015.

Funding Notes

EPSRC DTA studentship open to UK students and UK resident EU students

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