Your Search Results

Modelling plasma synthesis of nanoparticles for non-invasive diagnosis and targeted treatment of disease

This project will develop multiphysics models of a low temperature capacitively coupled plasma reactor to engineer functionalised nanoparticles for biomedical applications.This proj more...

Supervisor(s): Bilek, Marcela (Professor), Baldry, Mark (Dr)

Formation of soot and nanoparticles in turbulent flames

This PhD project will look at the development, validation and application of computational models for the formation of soot and other nano-scale particles in turbulent flames. The s more...

Supervisor(s): Cleary, Matthew (Associate Professor)

NANOPARTICLE-BASED BIOMOLECULE DETECTION SYSTEMS

You will develop novel systems to detect biomolecular expression profiles for use in imaging and flow cytometry. This multidisciplinary project aims to improve our understanding of more...

Supervisor(s): Fraser, Stuart (Dr)

Nanoparticle-based biomolecule detection systems

You will develop novel systems to detect biomolecular expression profiles for use in imaging and flow cytometry. This multidisciplinary project aims to improve our understandin more...

Supervisor(s): Bilek, Marcela (Professor)

Upconverting nanoparticle in DNA-linked plasmonic dimer for biosensing

This project aims to develop a solution-based plasmonic enhanced biosensor. more...

Supervisor(s): Palomba, Stefano (Associate Professor)

Modelling atmospheric plasma processes for biofunctionalization in additive manufacturing

This project will develop multiphysics models of atmospheric pressure plasma systems to engineer interfaces and biofunctionalised scaffolds in 3D bioprinting.  The Applied Phys more...

Supervisor(s): Bilek, Marcela (Professor), Baldry, Mark (Dr)

Atmospheric water capture through passive cooling

The development of a theoretical model of atmospheric water capture, opening up the possibility of a new reliable source of water. more...

Supervisor(s): Alexander , Tristram (Dr), Neto, Chiara (Professor)

Using computer simulations to design better printable solar cells

The ability to print efficient, stable and cheap solar cells near ambient conditions would revolutionise our transition to renewable energy.  Metal halide perovskites have more...

Supervisor(s): Widmer-Cooper, Asaph (Dr)