Research at the LCN is exceptionally broad. It covers all aspects of core nanotechnology, and also topics in many related areas of fundamental science that might not be classified as nanotechnology in other institutions. These include condensed matter physics, healthcare, energy research, photonics, materials science, neutron and x-ray scattering, security science, complex systems and molecular modelling.
The Centre invites applications from recent graduate students in any scientific discipline, from any country. You need to be able to demonstrate a high level of academic achievement as well as strong motivation for doing a PhD at the LCN.
LCN – UCL site
The LCN (UCL site) is an independent academic Department within University College London. At any one time there are over 100 PhD students at the centre. Please click on the sections below for more information.
- Currently available PhD studentships at UCL
- How to apply to UCL (UK or EU students)
- How to apply to UCL (non-UK or EU students)
LCN – Imperial site
- Currently available PhD studentships at Imperial College
- How to apply to Imperial College (UK/EU or Overseas)
- UCL's formal application process and entry requirements
You can also see here for Doctoral Training Centres available to LCN students.