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I am a Nottingham Research Fellow and Group Leader in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nottingham.

We research polymers, nanomaterials, and nanocomposites, for use as energy materials and thermoelectrics.

Michael [dot] Weir [at] nottingham.ac.uk

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EU PhD in sustainability/LCA of new thermoelectrics hosted in Dublin

Fully funded Ph.D. Studentship (4 years): HeatToPower: Life cycle assessment of new generation of sustainable thermoelectric materials and devices  BiOrbic Bioeconomy, SFI Research Centre is Ireland’s national research centre, with over 100 researchers focused on the development of sustainable circular bioeconomy In conjunction with University of Nottingham BiOrbic runs the EPSRC and SFI Centre for … Continue reading “EU PhD in sustainability/LCA of new thermoelectrics hosted in Dublin”

CDT PhD studentship in the physics of sustainable energy materials

Would you like to do a PhD in Physics that also makes a difference to help us live and use energy more sustainably? If the answer is yes, there is a fully funded 48 month PhD studentship available in the University of Nottingham CDT in Sustainable Chemistry. Physicists don’t fear – the PhD you get … Continue reading “CDT PhD studentship in the physics of sustainable energy materials”