The group has students undertaking research towards a Ph.D in cryogenics. The research undertaken is linked to our cooler programme but can be very diverse. Topics range from considering the use of our technology in future space missions to fundamental investigation into electron and phonon transport in materials and material formation.
The group has two well equipped cryogenics laboratories details of which can be found here.
Examples of current and past ph.d research is given below:
- Thermal magnetoresistivity (current).
- Thermal transport in micron structures (current).
- Development of milli-Kelvin ADR technology for space mission (past).
- Design of a 50 mK Continuous adiabatic demagnetisation refrigerator for future space missions (past).
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