Ion Trap Cavity-QED and Molecular Physics Group in the Department of Physics & Astronomy has 3.5 year PhD position at the University of Sussex.
The project is part of an interdisciplinary alliance between the ITCM research group at Sussex and the research of Prof Tim Softley (Uni. of Birmingham) to study cold reactive collisions between neutral atomic and molecular redials and trapped molecular ions. The project at Sussex will aim on the development of new techniques to state selectively create the molecular ions and to measure the product ion’s state distribution. This includes the high resolution spectroscopy on seeded molecular beams, REMPI and REMPD spectroscopy on trapped molecular ions and the implementation of new state cooling schemes for molecular ions.
Type of award
- Postgraduate Research
- £14057/annum; tax free bursary and waiver of UK/EU fees each year for full term of studentship.
- Full-time study course
- I class degree in Physics or a 2.1 degree with a Masters or equivalent non-UK qualifications.
- Oversees students must have English at IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, and international students requiring a visa must have an English certificate.
- The costs covered are for UK/EU student fees only of £4068 per annum. International students can apply but must have a plan for raising the addition sums required for the higher fees of £17850 per annum.
- Send your Curriculum Vitae to Dr Matthias Keller at M.K.Keller@sussex.ac.uk
- Early application is recommended. The studentship will be allocated as soon as a suitable candidate is found.
- The expected start date at Sussex is September 2016 although start dates can be negotiated.
|Organization||University of Sussex|
|Fellowship amount||See above|
|Eligibility||Open for international scholars|
|Deadline||31st August 2016|
Informal enquiries: Dr Matthias Keller
Enquiries about eligibility: Rebecca Foster email@example.com
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