Research themes within the CDT-CMP span a range of disciplines in the field of hard condensed matter physics, encompassing experiment, theory, fundamental physics and device applications. We have more than twenty research supervisors associated to the centre, giving prospective students a broad range of training experiences and diverse set of project options.


Below is a list, ordered by year, of published scientific papers arising from work involving CDT students and supervisors (their names are highlighted in bold): 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 2020 Publications Superconducting subphase and substantial Knight shift in Sr2RuO4 Gupta, T. Saunderson, S. Shallcross, M. Gradhand, J. Quintanilla, and J. Annett Phys. […]

Project themes

These are some PhD project themes which exemplify the range of subjects covered by the CDT. You will select your actual PhD research project during your first year. The projects on offer will be more extensive than those described in this example list. Superconductivity Research on superconductivity in the CDT is wide ranging, spanning fundamental […]

Student Projects

Read more about what research our current students are doing. Cohort 1 Lewis Hart – Novel transition metal dichalcogenide semiconductors and heterostructures Supervisor –┬áDr. Daniel Wolverson There is a family of crystalline materials that can be isolated to layers which are only a few atoms thick, the 2D materials. Lewis’s work concentrates on two of […]