PhD students typically begin in October, however applications are accepted throughout the year. Students will join a vibrant cohort of over 30 students working on both fundamental and applied quantum technologies and receive focused graduate training in experimental atomic physics and quantum optics.
Students (including non-European students) with an excellent track record can apply for a SUPA prize PhD studentship with us and other PhD scholarship options at Strathclyde are shown here. Below, we give details of current fully-funded projects available. If you would like to know more about the projects in a given area or to work in something not listed below, please email the relevant member of academic staff for details.
The available projects listed below are fully-funded for the October intake; however, there is some flexibility for a deferred start. Please contact the named academic supervisor for information.