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PhD Studentships Available at University of Warwick

Contact: Dr. Mark Newton

Details about available projects can be found at http://go.warwick.ac.uk/diamond Postgraduate students can find information about the formal application process at http://go.warwick.ac.uk/physics/

Defect-controlled Properties of Materials:

This project will involve the implementation of pulsed Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation experiments at as high field as possible with new sequences for the investigation of defect-controlled properties in a variety of insulator and semiconductor materials including Diamond. This project would suit a student with a Physics, Materials Science or Physical Chemistry background.

Electrochemical Magnetic Resonance Studies:

As well as being of significant fundamental interest, electrode processes are key to energy technologies, new sensors and chemical synthesis strategies. The project will involve the development of new magnetic resonance-electrochemical probes which will be used to study important processes at both semiconductor-liquid and metal-liquid interfaces. This project would suit a student with a Physics or Chemistry background.

Extreme High Pressure Electron Paramagnetic Resonance:

This project will exploit a new type of high pressure EPR instrument to identify the structure of colour centres which affect the properties of new and technologically useful materials, and investigate by varying the pressure, the physics which will determine if individual unpaired electrons can be used as the building blocks of the computers of tomorrow. This project would suit a student with a Physics, Materials Science or Physical Chemistry background.

Development of diamond based spectro-electrochemical devices for analytical science:

This project involves the development and application of a combined spectroscopic and electrochemical devices fabricated from diamond for analytical science applications. This project would suit a student with a Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or Physics background.

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