PhD Opportunities

PhD Research Project opportunities at the Institute for Micro and Nano Systems (IMNS)
PhD Titlesort descending Research Themes Principal Investigator
A Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Sensing and Measurement (CDT-ISM) - (This EPSRC initiative has funded positions available) Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology

Prof Ian Underwood

Bio-inspired Circuits and Systems Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology

Dr Alister Hamilton

Characterisation of magnetic films for integrated micro-components and sensors (funded positions available) Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology

Prof Anthony Walton

Development and Characterisation of Nano Electrode Arrays for Electrochemical Sensing (funded positions available) Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology

Prof Anthony Walton

Development of Integrated Microsystems for Low-Cost Chemical Analysis Bioengineering, Materials and Structures

Dr Adam Stokes

Development of Microelectrode Sensor Systems for Operation in Harsh Environments (funded positions available) Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology

Prof Anthony Walton

Development of impedance sensing and measurement techniques for biomedical applications (funded positions available) Sensors

Dr Stewart Smith

Development of temperature and pressure sensing technology to characterise and monitor the performance of microchannels using the boiling of liqiuds to cool microelectronic devices (funded positions available) Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology, Multiphase Flows and Transport Phenomena

Prof Anthony Walton

Innovative Electrochemical Sensor Development Utilising Inkjet/Printing Drop on Demand (DoD) Technology (funded positions available) Materials and Structures, Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology, Materials Design and Characterisation

Dr Dimitrios Kampouris (Chemistry)

Integrated liquid crystal microfluidic laser systems - funded position available Institute for Micro and Nano Systems Themes, Sensors

Dr Philip J. W. Hands, School of Engineering

Materials for bio-inspired sensors and energy harvesters Institute for Micro and Nano Systems Themes

Dr Enrico Mastropaolo

Micro-sensors for adaptive acoustic transduction (funded positions available) Materials and Structures, Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology

Prof Rebecca Cheung

Miniature SPAD Sensors for Fluorescence Lifetime Endoscopy Institute for Micro and Nano Systems Themes, Sensors

Prof Robert Henderson

Photonic crystal fibres for chemical sensing and photochemistry (funded positions available) Optical Systems and Materials

Professor Anita C Jones (Chemistry)

Printed polymer-based electrical biosensors for micro-RNA detection and point-of-care disease diagnostics Institute for Micro and Nano Systems Themes, Sensors

Dr Philip J. W. Hands, School of Engineering

Wireless Power and Communications for Implanted Sensor Devices (funded positions available) Sensors, Smart MEMS and Microsystems Technology, Smart Wireless Devices and Systems

Prof Alan Murray

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