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  Processing and characterisation of ceramics for nuclear applications
  Research Group: Coatings and Ceramics
  Prof P Xiao
Applications accepted all year round

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The successful candidate(s) will join the ceramic coating group in School of Materials, University of Manchester to develop ceramics for nuclear applications.
  Microstructure and defect formation in metal additive manufacturing
  Research Group: Imaging and Characterisation
  Dr W Mirihanage
Applications accepted all year round

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Additive manufacturing (AM) is a futuristic technology for rapid production of net-shaped or near-net-shaped components without the design constraints of traditional manufacturing routes.
  Microstructure control in metal additive manufacturing
  Research Group: Imaging and Characterisation
  Dr W Mirihanage
Applications accepted all year round

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Metal additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly emerged as a viable alternative to subtractive manufacturing. Among various AM techniques.
  Investigating hydride growth mechanisms in zirconium alloys
  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
  Dr P Shanthraj, Prof M Preuss
Applications accepted all year round

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Zirconium alloys are most commonly used as the fuel cladding material in nuclear reactors. Hydrogen uptake in these alloys occurs as a result of aqueous corrosion during service, and the absorbed hydrogen precipitate out of solution as hydrides once its solubility limit in the alloy is exceeded.
  The Influence of Combined Oxidation and Fatigue Conditions on the Endurance of Titanium Alloys
  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
  Prof P Prangnell, Dr J Fonseca
Application Deadline: 30 November 2019

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High performance titanium alloys are being increasingly used in airframes where elevated temperatures can be experienced in the engine pylons.
  Polymer Processing in a Circular Plastic Economy
  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
  Prof M Shaver
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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The Green Materials Laboratory within the Department of Materials at the University of Manchester and housed in the Henry Royce Institute has a PhD position open now to an enthusiastic and collaborative chemist to develop the next generation of sustainable polymers.
  Polymeric Frustrated Lewis Pairs
  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
  Prof M Shaver
Application Deadline: 6 December 2019

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Functional materials that respond to external stimuli are of growing importance to fields as varied as computing, electronics, health and well-being and sustainability.
  Sustainable Polymer Synthesis
  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
  Prof M Shaver
Application Deadline: 6 December 2019

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The Green Materials Laboratory within the Department of Materials at the University of Manchester and housed in the Henry Royce Institute has a PhD position open now to an enthusiastic and collaborative chemist to develop the next generation of sustainable polymers.
  Automation of clothing pattern construction from body scan data
  Research Group: Textiles and Apparel
  Dr S Gill, Dr A Harwood, Dr S Hayes
Applications accepted all year round

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This project seeks to harness new technologies to create pattern blocks for clothing that better reflect the individual’s size, shape and proportion.
  Developing a sizing methodology for women’s sports compression garments
  Research Group: Textiles and Apparel
  Dr K Brubacher
Applications accepted all year round

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This project will look to develop sizing systems suitable for sports compression garments. Sports compression garments (SCGs) are skin-tight, elastic garments that are designed to apply pressure to the underlying body with the aim to improve exercise performance and recovery.
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