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Failure mechanisms in detectors, PhD

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Recruiter
Surrey University
Posted
15 June 2012
Contact
Noelle Hartley
Location
Surrey
Discipline
Engineering, Physics
Level
PhD/Studentships

Further information

Failure mechanisms in detectors, PhD

This project aims to better understand the failure mechanisms of Geiger Muller tubes, and from this, to develop tubes that work reliably at high temperature. It may prove to be the case that a more complete understanding of the failure mechanisms may also lead to the design of a Geiger detector that has greater efficiency. This would have the benefit of allowing smaller sources to be used.

Fully Funded Research Opportunity

Leading edge scientific research opportunities in Materials with the University of Surrey

We have a large number of funded opportunities at doctoral level, available for application now for a September 2012 entry.
Working closely with industry we have PhDs and EngDs in the area of:

Eligibility criteria apply in line with the funding partner, EPSRC.
To register interest, please contact Noelle Hartley (n.hartley@surrey.ac.uk) or 01483 683467

Surrey University


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