Development of diamond based solid state ionisation dosimeters for medical applications
Funding information:The studentship is fully funded (University fees and student stipend).Stipend: £15,000 a year.
Quantum Biology studentships
The Leverhulme Quantum Biology Doctoral Training Centre (QB DTC) invites applications from excellent candidates for seven fully funded PhD studentships, covering fees and maintenance, for October 2019 entry.
Supporting your studies
The successful candidates are expected to liaise where necessary with fellow research staff, support staff and students in the group. In addition, they will have the opportunity to benefit from the wide range of additional workshops and skill development opportunities facilitated through our university which maximise students’ preparation for a successful career beyond their PhD studies.
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- Developing a compact neutron/gamma dosimeter based on CZT - Annika Lohstroh
- Monochromatic breast imaging - Silvia Pani
- Multiple-energy imaging for breast density quantification - Silvia Pani
- Silica materials for dosimetry - Annika Lohstroh
- Synthetic diamond and silicon carbide for radiation detection - Annika Lohstroh.