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AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Programme PhD studentship with Tate

June 15th, 2017

Pigment-additive interactions in synthetic emulsion materials and implications for the conservation of modern and contemporary art.

We are pleased to announce an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Programme PhD studentship opportunity in partnership with Tate. We are currently seeking to appoint a qualified applicant for the full-time PhD studentship investigating pigment-additive interactions in synthetic emulsion materials.

The studentship is funded for 3 years through the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership programme and commences 1 October 2017. The project is supervised by Dr Elizabeth Willneff (University of Leeds) and Dr Bronwyn Ormsby (Tate). Additional mentoring will be provided in Fine Arts by Dr Judith Tucker (University of Leeds – School of Design) and in characterisation of molecular materials by Prof Sven Schroeder (University of Leeds – School of Chemical and Process Engineering). Deadline Monday 31 July. Visit Postgraduate Scholarships at Leeds and Find a PhD for more details and to apply.

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