PhD position available at the University of Southampton
A 3-years PhD Studentship in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance is available in the research group of Dr Giuseppe Pileio at the University of Southampton. The successful candidate will work on the development of a new diffusion tensor imaging technique labelled SAD-TI (Singlet-Assisted Diffusion Tensor Imaging).
The closing date for the application is 31st Aug 2018 and the job starts on 27th September 2018
For more details on the project and how to apply see:
Chemistry at the University of Southampton provides an excellent environment for taking a PhD. The department was ranked 6th for research intensity and 8th for research power in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. The magnetic resonance section (see https://www.southampton.ac.uk/magres) in Chemistry offers a variety of facilities and complimentary expertise that includes solid-state NMR, bioNMR, microfluidics and MRI. Facilities includes a 300MHz, two 400MHz, a 500MHz, three 600MHz and a 700MHz NMR magnets with equipment that allows solid-state, liquid state and micro-imaging applications. An EPR instrument is also available as well as a state-of-art dynamic nuclear (DNP) polariser. The University offers access to complimentary techniques including X-Ray, micro-CT, IR and MS.