University of Cambridge
Research areas include: astrophysics; high energy physics; atomic,mesoscopic and optical physics; biological and soft systems; microelectronics; nanophotonics; optoelectronics; quantum matter; semiconductor physics; surface, microstructure and fracture; theory of condensed matter; thin film magmetism; particular areas of research include: quantum effect devices; nanolithography; superconductivity; magnetic thin films; conducting polymers; surface physics; fracture wear and erosion; microstructural physics; amorphous solids; electron microscopy; electronic structure theory and computation; structural phase transitions; fractals; quantum Monte Carlo calculations; inferential sciences (Bayesian method, geometrical algebra, maximum entropy, neural networks); medical imaging; PhD students are expected to attend lectures, seminars and colloquia and are assessed at the end of year 1 by means of PG Cert; in addition to the course fee (university composition fee) students may have to pay a college fee.
2.1 Master of science or Master of physics in physics or a cognate discipline; or equivalent.
Research Studentship funding:STFC (about 7 per year); EPSRC (about 18 per year); BBSRC (1 per year); plus industrial CASE awards and fully-funded JJ Thomson Studentship; Also DTC in Nanotechnology.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|PhD||Full-time||£ 7,362 per Academic year (home fees)||3 years|
|PhD||Full-time||£ 23,889 per Academic year (overseas fees)||3 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Cambridge University||Cambridge||CB2 1TN||East of England|
Secretary, Cavendish Laboratory