PhD - DPhil in Photonics – Nanomanufacturing Devices

University of Oxford

Professor H Bhaskaran

We are seeking a DPhil student in one of the areas of interest to the Advanced Nanoscale Engineering Group. You are encouraged to browse through the group's research and publications and to contact Professor Bhaskaran for further details. Examples of projects within the group include exciting display applications of phase change materials (see recent news articles linked to on our webpage), artificial retinas and muscles, highly novel and sensitive NEMS, nanomanufacturing as well as nanoscale device manufacture and testing.

The areas being targeted for the present studentship are either Photonic devices using functional materials for next generation computing or Additive nanomanufacturing concepts for 3D nanoscale device fabrication. The creative student will have the option of tailoring a research in collaboration with the supervisor.

Candidates are considered in the January 2017 admissions cycle which has an application deadline of 20 January 2017.

This 3.5-year EPSRC DTP studentship will provide full fees and maintenance for a student who has home fee status (this includes an EU student who has spent the previous three years (or more) in the UK undertaking undergraduate study). The stipend will be at least £15,296 per year. Other EU students should read the guidance at for further information about eligibility.

Any questions concerning the project can be addressed to Professor Harish Bhaskaran ( General enquiries on how to apply can be made by e‑mail to You must complete the standard Oxford University Application for Graduate Studies. Further information and an electronic copy of the application form can be found at

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