Doctoral (DPhil) projects

Current projects, current and past students in Oxide Electronics

In the Oxide Electronics groups, we regularly offer a range of exciting doctoral projects. We are particularly proud of the variety of techniques, both theoretical/computational and experimental, which our DPhil students master by the end of their doctoral studies, and of their ability to develop completely new experimental and analysis methods. DPhil students working in our group learn how to plan and lead experiments at some of the best experimental facilities in the world, such as synchrotron and neutron sources), as well as at state-of-the-art in-house facilities. They also hone their analytical abilities and become experts in scientific writing – all highly valuable transferable skills, regardless of their ultimate career choice. We also offer students the opportunity to spending time in overseas laboratories to learn new techniques.