Students will study for a multidisciplinary PhD in Analytical Science. There is a wide pool of Warwick supervisors from Chemistry & Physics, Engineering & Manufacturing, Life Sciences & Medicine and Statistics, as well as industrial partners from the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and additives sectors and instrument manufacturers. Each MSc or PhD research project will be aimed at the creation of new instrumentation and techniques or improvements to existing methods to solve real-world problems that cannot be tackled now.
Four years' funding is provided, with two recruitment routes offered:
A) 1+3: MSc followed by PhD, with the choice of the PhD project made during the MSc (during the second 10-week project).
2020 1 + 3 MSc + PhD Project Areas
|Novel statistical methods for large datasets from FTICR Mass spectrometry||N/A|
|Applying Bayesian statistics to NMR crystallography||Simon Spencer and Steven Brown||N/A|
|Is Your Tumor Treatable? Functional Data Analysis of Dynamic Optoacoustic Tomography Imaging||Shahin Tavokoli||
Sarah Bohndiek (Cancer Research UK, Cambridge)
AZ have collaborated on projects in many areas of analytical Science including diffraction, electrochemistry, mass spectrometry and NMR with the previous CDT, you can see a list of projects they are included in on the MAS CDT website
|To be confirmed during MSc year|
B) Direct recruitment to a specific PhD project, with 60 CATS of MSc modules taken in the first year of the PhD (leading to a certificate).
PhD Projects October 2020
Pete O'Connor (Chemistry)
Richard Walton (Chemistry)
Reinhard Maurer (Chemistry)
David Duncan (DLS)
|Diamond Light Source|
||Investigating the atomic and electronic structures of nano-scale molecular metal-oxo clusters.
||Sebastian Pike (Chemistry)|