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4-Year Newcastle-Singapore PhD Studentship

Posted on 19th December 2016

Available Research Projects are of a high-end numerical nature, and involve supervision at both Newcastle University (Prof. Nick Proukakis and Dr. Nick Parker) and Singapore. There is a choice between:

Atomtronics Devices & their Optimisation

Quantum Gases Far from Equilibrium: Role of Temperature, Disorder and Interactions

Potentially interested applicants are highly encouraged to contact Prof. Nick Proukakis (nikolaos.proukakis@ncl.ac.uk) to discuss their application in advance, sending also a copy of their cv.

All completed applications should have been received by 12 February following the procedure outlined at:

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/sage/study/postgrad/singapore/


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