PhD position in Solar Physics available at Northumbria University

December 5, 2018, from Richard Morton

The Solar Physics Group at Northumbria University undertakes research in stellar and solar physics, and magnetohydrodynamic phenomenon, specialising in both observations and modelling of plasmas.

We are currently advertising a PhD position in Solar Physics to work with Dr Richard Morton on MHD waves in the Sun’s atmosphere, with the topic of the PhD focusing on the question – ‘Can a stars internal oscillations power their coronae?’. For further details on the project contact Richard (richard.morton@northumbria.ac.uk) or see:
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/can-a-stars-internal-oscillations-power-their-coronae-advert-reference-rdf19-ee-mpee-morton/?p103811

The PhD is a fully funded 3-year position with stipend, and is open to applicants from any country. It is expected that applicants have at least a degree in Mathematics or Physics at the time the position starts and a record of academic excellence. Experience in solar physics research, numerical modelling or astronomical observations would be highly beneficial.

The deadline for applications is Friday 25 January 2019 with an expected start date of 1 October 2019.

https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/can-a-stars-internal-oscillations-power-their-coronae-advert-reference-rdf19-ee-mpee-morton/?p103811


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