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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.

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Applications are considered on a rolling basis with the next deadline on 31 May 2022; each post will be filled as soon as a strong candidate is identified.

Please continue to check this page for details of projects for 2022-23 entry.

Alternatively, click here to see opportunities available under the 1+3 route.

2022 PhD Projects
Status ID Title Supervisors Partners



Precision synthesis using nanoscale electrochemistry

Paul Wilson (Chemistry)

Royal Society
Available SB-2022-BR

Developing fast magic-angle spinning NMR methods for applications to biological systems

Steven Brown (Physics) and Józef Lewandowski (Chemistry)

Allocated CD-2022-LU

Microstructural related residual stress distributions in solid state ceramic battery electrolytes processed by low energy methods

Claire Dancer, (Warwick Manufacturing Group) Lucideon
Available MIG-2022-EU

Cold-Chain Stable Protein/Polymer Therapeutic Conjugates

Matthew Gibson (Chemistry / Warwick Medical School  
Available SPB-2022-NOV

Analysis of soft matter gels during dissolution of solid oral pharmaceutical products by magic angle spinning NMR spectroscopy

Steven Brown (Physics) Novartis
Available PJS-2022-GK

Novel antimicrobial agents for combatting infectious diseases

Peter Sadler (Chemistry) GoldenKeys High-tech Materials Co., Ltd