We are now accepting applications for Physics PhD studentships to start in October 2013.
At least three funded PhD studentships are available to home or EU applicants and we anticipate that this number may increase in April 2013.
Studentships will be allocated on a competitive basis (excluding projects marked*) and applicants should expect to be interviewed.
Applications should be made via the University's Online Application Service.
- Bose-Einstein condensation of indirect excitons;
- Application of the Resonant State Expansion to Biosensing and Mode Control in Microlasers;
- Controlled Magnetic Fields in Narrow Band-gap Semiconductors;
- 3 dimensional magnetic data storage;
- 3 dimensional multiferroic nanostructures;
- Silicon-based Quantum Optics and Quantum Computing;
- Nanoscale molecular semiconductors;
- Nanoscale magnetism for data storage applications;
- Diamond Growth;
- Multidimensional non-linear spectroscopy and manipulation of single quantum dots;
- Electron Transfer in Single Protein Molecules;
- Colloidal Quantum Dot Lasers;
- Integrated sensor on an active III-V semiconductor platform;
- Quantum dot lasers on Silicon substrates;
- THz techniques for studies of protein structure and dynamics;
- Electrical transport in Graphene nanoribbons
The following project is independently funded and applications will be reviewed on an individual basis.