Postgraduate Studies

Last updated January 17, 2018 by Ian Stewart

Proposed Research Projects

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We are happy to receive applications from people wishing to undertake a PhD. Full funding (stipend and tuition fees) would be available for a number of UK nationals or EU nationals who have lived in the UK for over 3 years prior to their application. The closing date is 28th Februrary 2018.  All research projects are subject to availability and due to commence in October 2018.

For further information, please contact the supervisors of the Projects listed below or Prof. M Paternostro

Universal resources for quantum information processing
Supervisors: Dr A. Ferraro; Prof M. Paternostro; Dr M.G.A. Paris (UniMi)
Attosecond Two-Dimensional Spectroscopy
Supervisors: Dr A. Brown; Prof H. van der Hart
XUV-initiated HHG: driving electrons to the forefront of ultrafast dynamics
Supervisors: Dr A. Brown; Prof H. van der Hart
Dirac R-matrix photoionization calculations in Support of Astrophysical Spectral Diagnostics
Supervisors: Dr C P Ballance; Dr C Ramsbottom

Studentships

The school of Mathematics and Physics has a number of fully-funded studentships available to the UK students and EU students who have completed their undergraduate studies in the UK. Apart from these, a small amount of support is available through a Purser studentship.

Please note that we will not be able to accept applications that do not follow the required procedures/forms.

For further information, please contact

Dr M. Paternostro
Centre for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
The School of Mathematics and Physics
Old Physics Building
The Queen’s University of Belfast
Belfast BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland
United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0)28 9097 1928 Direct Line
Email: m.paternostro@qub.ac.uk


About CTAMOP:

We are a Research Cluster of the School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland. Our research interests are focused primarily on computational and theoretical physics.

Old Physics Building

The Old Physics Building,
where CTAMOP is situated.