PG research in Atomic and Molecular Physics
Applications are invited for three-and-a-half-year EPSRC-funded studentships leading to the degree of PhD. Applicants are required to have, or expect to gain, at least an upper second class MSci,MPhys or an MSc degree in Physics or a closely related discipline.
Durham University is one of the UK's leading centres for atomic, molecular and optical physics research, with a world-class group working in a wide range of fields covering experimental and theoretical topics. The Atmol staff in the department of physics numbers 6 faculty, 2 Research Fellows, 4 postdocs and 15 research students.