Postgraduate Study in Physics
The Department offers opportunities for PhD research in all its research groups
You can begin studying for this MSc at any time of the academic year, as agreed with your chosen supervisor. Students will define and manage an independent research project which will equip them for more sustained and original work at the doctoral level or for advanced level applied research positions in a range of organisations including industry, government and charities.
Find out more about applying for PhD study at Lancaster.
Enquiries should be addressed to the Postgraduate Coordinator, Mrs Sandra Irving
Telephone: +44 (0)1524 592067
Fax: +44 (0)1524 844037
Specific enquiries about PhD research opportunities in a particular area may be directed to the head of the relevant research group.
Congratulations to Thomas Banaszek who has been selected to receive this year's FST award of Dean's Outstanding PhD scholarship which recognises outstanding potential. Thomas is currently studying for an MPhys in Theoretical Physics and will begin his PhD in Physics in October 2013 under the supervision of Dr Jonathan Gratus. Read more
Tue 30 April 2013
Congratulations to Dr Tomislav Stankovski (Physics Department), research associate and former PhD student supervised by Professor Aneta Stefanovska.
His thesis "Tackling the Inverse Problem for Non-autonomous Systems: Application to the Life Sciences" has been chosen by Springer Theses, the publisher which selects the best of the best theses from internationally top-ranked research institutes.
The series is available to readers worldwide. Dr Stankovski also receives a prize of €500. Read more
Fri 08 March 2013
Two researchers from Lancaster University have been chosen to present their work at the House of Commons as part of an annual event showcasing the work of the UK's best early career scientists, engineers and technologists. Read more
Story supplied by LU Press Office
Wed 13 February 2013