|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students|
|Funding amount:||£15,009 annual stipend and covers tuition fees|
|Placed On:||22nd February 2019|
|Expires:||22nd May 2019|
Supervisors: Prof Dušan Uhrín
This 3 year PhD studentship is available to start on 1st of September 2019. The studentship is fully funded for 36 months and covers tuition fees and an annual stipend (starting at £15,009 per annum) for a candidate satisfying EPSRC criteria: https://www.epsrc.ac.uk/skills/students/help/eligibility/
The programme seeks to advance NMR methodology, with an emphasis on liquid-state NMR, however, solids and in vivo applications will also be considered. Part of the program will align with the on-going research in applying and developing further recently introduced SHARPER methodology, but also in other hot topics of the day, such as analysis of complex mixtures, pure-shift methodology and the emerging field of benchtop NMR.
Access will be provided to six 300-800 MHz NMR spectrometers (several equipped with cryoprobes) in the School of Chemistry central NMR facility. The PhD student will be working alongside a recently appointed postdoctoral research associate working on an EPSRC funded 3 year project: “SHARPER NMR: fast and accurate analysis of molecules, reactions and processes” but his/her remit will not be limited to this topic. For more information about the Uhrín group please see http://uhringroup.wixsite.com/nmrgroup and recent publications given below.
The successful candidate will possess, or expect to obtain, a first class or upper-second class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) chemistry or physics, an aptitude and strong interest in developing their skills in area of NMR methodology and computer assisted interpretation of NMR spectra.
In the first instance, informal enquiries (accompanied by a CV) should be directed to Prof. Dušan Uhrín Dusan.Uhrin@ed.ac.uk . The position will remain open until filled.
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