Battery related PhD opportunities in the UK
This is an exciting time to join a dynamic and diverse research community in the UK who are seeking pioneering solutions to optimise batteries as part of the quest for Net Zero.
Multi-disciplinary approaches are needed and include the skillsets of chemists, engineers, physicists, mathematicians, computationalists, biologists and more.
Prospective PhD researchers
The Faraday Institution offers an enrichment scheme designed to increase the knowledge, skills and aspirations of dynamic and diverse cohorts of UK battery related PhD researchers, and setting up individuals for career success.
Would you like to undertake a battery related PhD in the UK? Check out the current opportunities:
|Project title||University||Supervisor||Closing date|
|PhD in Lithium-Ion Battery Degradation and Performance Prediction in 2nd-Life Applications||WMG, University of Warwick||Professor James Marco|
|EPSRC CASE studentship Water dispersible binders for rapid cathode manufacture and efficient recycling||University of Leicester||Professor Andy Abbott and Professor Karl Ryder|
|Development of Organic Batteries||University of Nottingham||Dr L Johnson, Dr G Newton, Dr Darren Walsh||Applications accepted all year round|
|Development of the Mg battery||University of Nottingham||Dr L Johnson, Dr G Newton, Dr Darren Walsh||Applications accepted all year round|
|PhD in The Development of a New Multi-Modal Capability for Investigating the Performance-Controlling Interfaces and Microstructures that Underpin Operation of Battery Materials||WMG, University of Warwick||Louis Piper, Melanie Loveridge and Geoff West|
|PhD in Development of Advanced Diagnostic Methods for Lithium-Ion Batteries||WMG, University of Warwick||Prof James Marco|
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The Faraday Institution is committed to inspiring STEM talent to consider pursuing careers in the battery sector. With over 200 undergraduate internships provided to date through the Faraday Institution Summer Experience (FUSE) programme, as well as wider attraction work, we are creating a dynamic and diverse pool of talent. We now receive multiple enquiries about battery related PhD positions.
Do you have a UK based battery related PhD position you would like the Faraday Institution to advertise? If so, please send details to [email protected]