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PhD Studentship: Hybrid polymer colloids for advanced industrial applications

University of Warwick - Department of Chemistry

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Coventry
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students
Funding amount: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 10th May 2019
Closes: 10th August 2019

Supervisor: Prof. dr. ir. Stefan A. F. Bon

Funding availability: Home/EU stipend + fees. Typically a 4-year project

Deadline: Approx. August 2019

Project description:

We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people to join the BonLab as a PhD student. Start dates are flexible from now up to October 2019. Do you have what it takes to work at the forefront in supracolloidal chemical engineering?

The 4-year project will span synthesis of particles and macromolecules with a design tailored to provide function, the development of methods to (self)-organise colloidal matter, and the fabrication and characterization of advanced colloidal materials of use in a variety of industrial applications, with sustainability in mind.


You must hold, or be predicted to obtain, at least a 2.1 4-year degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics, or an equivalent scientific discipline. Exceptional students with a 3 year BSc degree only, will also be considered. This studentship is open to UK and EU nationals and those of equivalent status (fees paid, plus annum stipend). Availability is for 4 years beginning May 2019 up to a start date of 1st October 2019.

How to apply:

Please direct informal enquiries and requests for further information to Stefan Bon


Details on the formal application procedure can be found at

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