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The Department of Materials is an Athena Swan Silver Award holder (http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/eop/gender/athenaswan/) and is fully committed to engaging in the principles of Equality and Diversity. We strive to create a positive environment for all of our staff, students and visitors. We value our people highly, encouraging development and nurturing talent. By recruiting the best people and providing a stimulating and collaborative workplace, we continue to build upon our position as one of world’s leading materials research and teaching institutions.

Please see the lists below for the current vacancies. If you require further information on staff vacancies, please contact the HR Manger: tom.lake@materials.ox.ac.uk. For further information on research studentships, please contact the secretary to the Director of Graduate Studies: graduate.studies@materials.ox.ac.uk.

Oxford University is an Equal Opportunities Employer. For more information about pay and conditions see the Oxford University staff page.

 

Research Studentships

Studentship

Please see the postgraduate section of the website for a full list of projects currently available.

Projects listed below carry their own funding (subject to contract with the sponsor), so finance in the form of a stipend and payment of fees is available to the successful candidate. However, eligibility for funding is in some cases restricted by the applicant's country of legal residence: below and in the detailed description of funded projects we use the term 'citizen' in respect of this country.

12 funded projects available at present.

***The Effect of Microstructure on Strength and Fracture Resistance of Nuclear Graphite
( James Marrow, David Nowell (Engineering))

*Architectures and algorithms for near-future quantum machine learning and optimization
( Prof S C Benjamin)

*Defect engineering in diamond for magnetic field imaging and gradiometry
( Prof Jason Smith and Prof Martin Booth, Dept of Engineering Science)

*DNA sequencing using graphene nanoelectrodes
( Dr J. A. Mol and Professor G. A. D. Briggs)

*DPhil in Photonics – Nanomanufacturing devices
( Professor H Bhaskaran)

*Efficient quantum device tuning using machine learning
( Edward Laird, Natalia Ares, Andrew Briggs, Simon Benjamin)

*Exploring low energy excitations with electron microscopy
( Dr R J Nicholls, Prof J R Yates, Prof P D Nellist)

*Linking Microstructure to Neutron Irradiation Defects in Advanced Manufacture of Steels
( Prof M P Moody)

*Micro-mechanical testing of SiC/SiC Composites for Aerospace applications
( Dr D.E.J.Armstrong)

*Putting spins into carbon nanostructures
( Dr L. Bogani and Professor G. A. D. Briggs)

*Stress Hot Spots in Ti alloys
( Prof A J Wilkinson)

Flash Sintering of Non-Oxide Ceramics for Armour
( R I Todd, R Livesey (Dstl))

New projects are added from time-to-time, so please review the list regularly.

Please see the postgraduate section of the website for a full list of projects currently available.

Research Staff

Research Job

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Administrative Staff Jobs

Support Job

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