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Topic Editors in Electrolytes for Non-Lithium Based Rechargeable Batteries and Ionic Capacitors, Frontiers, 2019, link


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Research facilities:

  • World-leading facilities from across Norwich Research Park (click)
  • UEA laboratories and equipment (click)
  • UEA Institute of Productivity (click)


Norwich Research Park is a partnership between the University of East Anglia, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, four independent research institutes namely the John Innes Centre, Quadram Institute and the Earlham Institute (all strategically funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)) and The Sainsbury Laboratory linked to the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. The BBSRC and the John Innes Foundation are also partners.


Potential research areas: metal-air battery, Al-ion battery, graphene synthesis, air treatment (VOCs, NOx), desalination, heat and mass transport in electrodes, battery thermal management, density functional theory (DFT) calculations, etc


UEA people website; Research member of Emerging Technologies for Electric Vehicles (EV)


Openings: Please send email to me ( for discussion.


  1. Visiting researcher: £ 1,000 per month as support (depends on qualification)

  2. We welcome applications from candidates eligible for PhD studentships funded by the China Scholarship Council (CSC) (click). CSC will cover University tuition fees, a grant for living costs and one return flight from China to the UK. Please note that candidates will not only have to submit an application to UEA but also apply directly for funding to the CSC by their required deadline. Apply to UEA by January 24th 2020 and mention their intention to apply for a CSC PhD Scholarship.

  3. Self-funded PhD (3 years) from China, South Korea, Japan, Pakistan, India, Turkey, and others. Tuition fee: £  per year (international)

  4. UK/EU PhD (3 years)

  5. CSC funded 0.5-2 year visiting Master/PhD student (no English level requirement, supporting T5 UK VISA)

  6. Local government funded (china) 0.5-2 year visiting scholars (no English level requirement, supporting T5 UK VISA)

  7. In supporting items 4. or 5., visitors can apply for Vice-Chancellor’s Global Challenges Research Fellowships (2 rounds with the following application deadlines in 2019: 14th June, 19th December). Successful Fellows will receive the following financial support: A stipend of £2,000 per month (is subject to tax and National Insurance deductions), Travel costs (including visa fees) of up to £2,000, Research, support and training costs of up to £5,000. Please contact and complete the application documents before the deadlines.

  8. Newton Advanced Fellowships, closes at 3pm on Tuesday 12 November 2019. click

  9. Newton International Fellowships 2020 click

  10. Part-time PhD for existing researchers with publications (click)

  11. UEA PhDs and Research Programmes (click)


For PhD only: Overall IELTS score: 6.5 (At least 6.0 in each component); valid for 2 years (click)



  1. Newton Fund PhD Call - Philippines. The call for the Newton Agham PhD Scholarship programme is open until 13 September 2019. The aim of the Newton PhD Programme is to facilitate the capacity building of individuals, and the building of sustainable, long-lasting links between the UK and the Philippines. (click)
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