mperial College London

Funded by the Royal Society and covers tuition fees plus a stipend of £16,553 pa. Available to UK and EU students.

Applications are invited for a PhD position in the group of Prof Alexander Shluger at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London http://www.alexshluger.com/. The successful candidate will join a very active inter-disciplinary group to work on the theory and implementation of novel algorithms to model atomistic processes at surfaces of 2D materials using high performance computing.

First-principles Studies Towards Understanding Catalyst Poisoning (Ref: 1722022)

Application deadline 30-Jun-2018

Accelerated Kinetic Monte-Carlo Method Development for Modelling Heterogeneous Catalysts

(Ref: 1708784)

Application deadline 30-Jun-2018

2 x PhD positions in theory and simulation of materials are available at University College London

A number of PhD Studentships with industry is now available at Imperial College London

A fully-funded three-year joint PhD studentship at Royal Holloway, University of London and the National Physical Laboratory is available starting immediately, and is open to applicants from the European Economic Area.

Two PhD studentships are available to work under the supervision of Prof Jochen Blumberger at the Condensed Matter and Materials Physics Laboratory, University College London, UK.

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