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2022 CDT PhD Studentships

Employer
The University of Manchester
Location
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary
Funded
Closing date
9 Mar 2022

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CDT in Science and Applications of Graphene and Related Nanomaterials (Graphene NOWNANO)

4-year PhD Studentships available for UK applicants

Graphene NOWNANO is a well-established Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) based at the University of Manchester in partnership with Lancaster University. It builds on the world-leading expertise in the science and technology of graphene and other two-dimensional (2D) materials at Manchester and Lancaster to offer a broad interdisciplinary CDT. PhD students receive initial state-of-the-art training in fundamentals of graphene/2D materials, their applications, and key techniques. This is followed by a 3½ year research project that you will select from 30+ top-rated research groups across 9 disciplines/university departments (Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Science, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Pharmacy, Biomaterials, Nanotechnology for Medicine).

There are currently 80 students active across 4 year groups in the CDT offering excellent opportunities for sharing expertise and exchange of ideas. Extra opportunities on offer: student conferences, innovation and commercialisation training, joint events with other CDTs, outreach events. These contribute to building a group of outstanding scientists that will help to lead world research in graphene and other nanomaterials and development of their applications in the future.

Applications are invited for fully-funded PhD places. We welcome applications from graduates with a good degree (first or high upper second) in science, engineering or bio-medical disciplines looking for a challenging research project in an interdisciplinary environment. Places are available to UK nationals resident in the UK for >3 years. EU/International students are welcome to apply providing they have their own funding.

The programme

  • 6-month training in fundamentals of 2D materials and core research techniques, including 2 mini-projects in a choice of labs
  • Secondment opportunities to gain industry related skills or experience in research labs abroad
  • Cutting-edge research where you will develop interdisciplinary skills
  • Choice of experimental, theoretical and computational projects

Topics include:

  • Fundamental science of graphene and other two-dimensional materials;
  • Experimental and theoretical physics of nanodevices based on 2D materials;
  • 2D heterostructures: materials on demand;
  • Synthesis, fabrication, characterisation and modelling of 2D materials;
  • Applications of graphene and other 2D materials in:
  • Electronics
  • Photonics
  • Electrochemistry
  • Composites
  • Spintronics
  • Filtration and separation
  • Drug delivery
  • Regenerative medicine…

How to apply:
September 2022 applications should be made online from 7 October 2021 at:
http://www.graphene-nownano.manchester.ac.uk

For details visit:
www.graphene-nownano.manchester.ac.uk

Or email:
graphene-nownano@manchester.ac.uk

Company

The University of Manchester is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, with outstanding facilities and the widest range of courses. We are highly respected across the globe as a centre of teaching excellence and innovative research.

With 25 Nobel Prize winners among our current and former staff and students, we have a history of world firsts and brilliant discoveries, from splitting the atom to giving the world graphene.

We’re committed to world-class research, an outstanding learning and student experience, and social responsibility in everything we do. 

Find Us
Telephone
+447983874948
Location
2.08, Schuster building
Oxford Road
Manchester
Greater Manchester
M13 9PL
United Kingdom
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