Planetary PhD Projects - STFC funded scholarship [6 Opportunities]

Imperial College London

PhD 3 years London, UK

Job Description

The Department of Earth Science and Engineering is seeking a strong and highly motivated candidate for this 3.5 year STFC funded scholarship in planetary science.

A diverse range of projects is available to apply to, which use either petrological, chemical and/or physical methods to study the evolution of planets and the solar system. The list of projects and supervisors can be found below.  The funding is available for applicants with UK residency. For further information about the projects, please contact the potential supervisors directly. Other enquiries can be directed to Amanda Allotey, Postgraduate Research

Planetary PhD Projects

MIXING AND VOLATILE DEPLETION IN THE EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM  [Info Sheet - Early Solar System]Mark Rehkamper

MICROSPHERULES IN THE GEOLOGICAL RECORD [Info Sheet - Microspherules]

Matt Genge

TOWARDS A ROBUST NON-HEATING METHOD OF PALAEOINTENSITY DETERMINATION FROM METEORITES[muxworthy-heslop-pint-2018‌]‌

Adrian Muxworthy and David Heslop (ANU, Canberra)

DETERMINING PALAEOINTENSITIES FROM CHEMICAL REMANENT MAGNETISATIONS IN ROCKS AND METEORITES [muxworthy-heslop-crm-2018‌]

Adrian Muxworthy and David Heslop (ANU, Canberra)

UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THERMAL FLUCTUATIONS ON THE FIDELITY OF MAGNETIC RECORDING IN NATURAL SYSTEMS[muxworthy-williams-micromag-2018‌]‌

Adrian Muxworthy and Wyn Williams (University of Edinburgh)

CAN EARLY SOLAR NEBULAR MAGNETIC FIELDS BE RECORDED THROUGH IMPACTS? [Info Sheet - Meteoritic]

Adrian Muxworthy(Imperial), Gareth Collins (Imperial), Dan Eakins (Univ. of Oxford) and Phil Bland (Curtin University)

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