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PhD Studentships in the Department of Physical Sciences, UK

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We invite applications for PhD projects in the Department of Physical Sciences, covering areas of Astronomy, Physics, Planetary and Space Sciences and Space Instrumentation. We anticipate approximately 10 full time studentships to be available across these research areas. The nominal start date is 3rd October 2016.

The timetable for the 2016 recruitment process is as follows, however applications can be made throughout the year and in some circumstances, studentships can start at other times of the year:

  • First round application deadline - 5th February 2016

  • Shortlist of applicants - February 2016

  • Interview dates - TBA

Please note: If you would like to apply then please send a completed application form, an up to date CV, list of individual courses taken and grades obtained, plus any other relevant information that you think may support your case for consideration, together with an indication of project(s) of interest to Science-PhD-Recruitment by the application deadline. You are encouraged to contact the lead supervisor of the project(s) for any informal enquiries.

Astronomy

A1: Characterising Mass-Losing Exoplanets

Contact: Dr Carole Haswell

A2: Monitoring the variable stellar Universe 

Contact: Dr. Ulrich Kolb

A3 / PSS7: Observing Rosetta’s comet

Contact: Dr Colin Snodgrass

A4 / PSS8: The shapes of primordial asteroids

Contact: Dr Colin Snodgrass

Physics

P1: Testing quantum enhancement in noisy systems

Contact: Dr Silvia Bergamini

P2: Absolute cross sections for electron attachment to mass-selected clusters

Contact:  Dr Sam Eden

P3: Improving the computational description of the molecular electronic continuum

Contact: Dr Jimena Gorfinkiel

P4: Establishing physics concept inventories using free text questions

Contact: Dr Sally Jordan

P5: Electron induced Chemistry; Using electrons to control molecular fragmentation

Contact: Professor Nigel Mason

P6: Modelling radiation damage in cellular systems

Contact: Professor Nigel Mason

P7: Electron attachment to molecular clusters

Contact:  Dr Sam Eden

Planetary and Space Sciences

PSS1: Volatiles in the Earth-Moon system, A chlorine isotope perspective 

Contact: Dr. Mahesh Anand

PSS2: Dust dynamics inside Mars' polar caps

Contact: Dr Axel Hagermann

PSS3: Untangling the Earliest Stages of Planetary Differentiation

ContactDr Ian Franchi

PSS4: Analysis of new atmospheric dust observations from Mars using a global circulation model

Contact: Dr Stephen.Lewis

PSS5: Geological mapping in the southern hemisphere of Mercury 

Contact: Professor David Rothery

PSS6: Thermal Environments of Airless Planetary Surfaces

Contact: Dr Ben Rozitis

A3 / PSS7: Observing Rosetta’s comet

Contact: Dr Colin Snodgrass

A4 / PSS8: The shapes of primordial asteroids

Contact: Dr Colin Snodgrass

PSS9: Metastable flows on Mars: laboratory investigation of downslope sediment transport on Mars

Contact: Dr Manish Patel

PSS10: Practical In Situ Resource Utilisation of lunar volatiles

Contact: Dr Andrew Morse

PSS11: Physics and Chemistry of comets – synthesis of the Rosetta/Philae legacy (Horizon 2020)

Contact: Dr Ian Wright

Space Instrumentation

SI1: Cryogenic irradiations, a realistic study of the impact of radiation on detectors in space

Contact: Dr Jason Gow

SI2: Mitigation strategies against radiation-induced instrument background for space astronomy missions

Contact: Dr David Hall

SI3: WFIRST AFTA-C, Challenges in direct imaging of ExoPlanets in a harsh radiation environment

Contact: Dr David Hall

SI4: Development of the detector array for SXI on SMILE

Contact: Prof Andrew Holland

SI5: PLATO, Challenges in indirect imaging of ExoPlanets in harsh radiation environments

Contact: Dr Neil Murray

SI6: CMOS Image Sensors for Precision Astronomy

Contact: Dr. Konstantin Stefanov

SI7: Next generation CMOS image sensors and instrumentation for Earth observation from space

Contact: Dr. Konstantin Stefanov

Further Information

Application Deadline : 5 February 2016

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