Exciting opportunity for funded PhD working with Razorbill Instruments

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Condensed Matter Physics (CM-CDT) have today announced several new fully funded PhD positions for candidates interested in working with the highly technical field of hard condensed matter physics but also have a keen interest in commercialisation and the desire to experience the atmosphere of a small but quickly growing start-up.

The project will many take place at the University of St Andrews and be supervised by Dr Peter Wahl, a world-leading researcher in cryogenic scanning probe microscopy. During the project the student will be responsible developing cutting edge cryogenic apparatus and then to both use these newly developed tools to explore new areas of science but also to take the first steps into turning the technology into a saleable product.

Please note that interested candidates should be in touch (cm-cdt@supa.ac.uk) before the 23rd of May. For more information see http://cm-cdt.supa.ac.uk/research/NEW%20PhDs.php#6

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