This project is part of a 4-year Dual PhD degree program between the National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan) and the University of Liverpool (England). As part of the NTHU-UoL Dual PhD Award students are in the unique position of being able to gain 2 PhD awards at the end of their degree from two internationally recognized world-leading Universities. As well as benefiting from a rich cultural experience, students can draw on large-scale national facilities of both countries and create a worldwide network of contacts across two continents.
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In the field of terahertz science, the development of future systems is significantly constrained by the bulky and low-power nature of terahertz sources. Recently, however, observations suggest that new, high efficiency and
chip-integrated sources can be developed using the inter-conversion of spin and charge currents
The project provides the unique opportunity for a student to gain experience in a host of research techniques. Training in Femto-second device simulation, fabrication and characterization will be readily provided by NTHU. These complement that available at UoL, where the student will gain expertise in magnetic and spintronic characterization as well a host of structural and chemical characterization tools.
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physics and physical sciences
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