Partners Sought for Doctoral Training on Low Temperature Technology

February 2023

 We would like to draw your attention to the below opportunity from our members at Lancaster University

We are seeking partners for a new Centre for Doctoral Training in Low Temperature Technology.  This will be an initiative between Lancaster, Royal Holloway, and Cardiff Universities to train 50+ PhD students over the next 9 years, with a focus on low temperature technology for quantum computing, medical devices, particle physics, and nuclear fusion. The budget of the centre will be approximately £8M, from which the major share (if we are successful in our grant application) will come from EPSRC under their upcoming doctoral training funding programme.

We are looking for industrial partners to help shape the aims of the CDT and to contribute to its delivery, for example by sponsoring PhD students. If you are interested in influencing the future of the cryogenics in UK, please contact Prof. Viktor Tsepelin or Prof. Edward Laird at Lancaster University to discuss how we can contribute your needs and whether you might be able to support us as a project partner.

Professor Edward Laird | Co-director of the Quantum Technology Centre

Physics Department | Lancaster University
+44 (0)1524 510831 | A051 (office) | A523 (lab)

See the information sheet for more details.






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