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Particle Physics with the Belle II detector at the SuperKEKB electron-positron collider

This project provides the opportunity to join the global effort to search for physics beyond the Standard Model of Particle Physics using data from the Belle II Experiment at KEK&rs more...

Supervisor(s): Varvell, Kevin (Professor)

Quantum transport in molecule/carbon-based nanostructures for new molecular electronic devices

Various projects available in the field molecular electronics and sensors. Large scale ab initio calculations will be used to investigate and predict novel structures and systems. A more...

Supervisor(s): Stampfl, Catherine (Professor)

Building Nano-X: a smaller and smarter cancer treatment machine

Nano-X is a smaller and smarter machine that will transform cancer treatment for millions of patients around the world every year. PhD positions are now available in advanced biomed more...

Supervisor(s): Keall, Paul (Professor)

Hybrid plasmonic waveguide for integrated photonic signal

The growing demand for faster communications technologies and the inherent limitations of electronic integrated circuits stimulated the research of nanophotonic components. Furtherm more...

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

Developing marker-free head motion tracking for motion-compensated MRI of the brain

Even slight movement of the head during MRI can dramatically degrade the usability of the images. In this project you will develop a novel and highly accurate marker-free motion tra more...

Supervisor(s): Fulton, Roger (Associate Professor), Kyme, Andre (Dr)

Cross-Spectral Imaging and Classification of Concealed Targets in Cluttered Environments

This project involves developing a software defined radar system to improve robotic perception in highly unstructured environments. Can multi-spectral techniques be used to iterativ more...

Supervisor(s): Johnson, David (Dr)

Electromagnetic Simulation of Complex Dynamic Environments to Assist Cognitive Active Perception

  Active perception involves moving a sensor to maximise information gain about the local environment. Cognitive radar goes even further, to change the sensor parameters themse more...

Supervisor(s): Johnson, David (Dr)

The modes of granular segregation

Granular segregation will be studied using dynamic X-ray tomography. This will be a pioneering study into the fundamental mechanisms underlying the phenomenon of segregation. more...

Supervisor(s): Marks, Benjy (Dr)

Levee formation in debris flows and avalanches

Levees are a feature of many gravity current flows, yet their formation is not fully understood. This project will track their formation in laboratory scale experiments, and develop more...

Supervisor(s): Marks, Benjy (Dr)

Crushable granular flows

In both earthquakes and landslides, grains are often crushed during flow. This changes the flowing behaviour, and causes the flow to accelerate. This project will develop an experim more...

Supervisor(s): Marks, Benjy (Dr)