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  Developing a "microstructural fingerprint" of titanium alloys - metallurgy in the information age
  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems CDT
  Dr C Race, Prof P Withers
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The CDT in Advanced Metallics is a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester and the I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Dublin.
  Developing a "microstructural fingerprint" of titanium alloys - metallurgy in the information age
  Dr C Race
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The properties of the metallic materials that we rely on in almost every aspect of our lives are highly dependent on their microstructures.
  EngD in Development of hybrid advanced manufacturing FAST-forge route for next generation aerospace components
  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training
  Dr M Jackson, Prof B Wynne
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The CDT in Advanced Metallics is a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester and the I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Dublin.
  Magnesium alloy implants: corrosion effects on its mechanical performance
  Dr Y Liu
Application Deadline: 1 February 2020
Resorbable metals, including magnesium- and iron-based metal alloy, were investigated intensively as biomaterials for production of orthopaedic implant and stents.
  Exploring the processes of nucleation and growth in the oxidation of zirconium alloy fuel rods
  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems CDT
  Dr P Shanthraj, Dr C Race
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
The CDT in Advanced Metallics is a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester and the I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Dublin.
  Small Scale Laboratory to Large Scale Component Manufacture - Scaling of Heat Treatment Behaviour of Low Alloy Steels
  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training
  Prof B Wynne, Dr E Pickering
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
This doctoral project is a collaboration between the CDT in Advanced Metallics at the University of Sheffield and Rolls Royce (Derby) in low alloy steel, aiming to bridge the gap between small scale laboratory heat treatment measurements and the conditions experienced during large scale manufacturing processes.
  Heusler alloy films for nano-spintronic devices
  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
  Prof A Hirohata
Applications accepted all year round
Heusler-alloy films are theoretically predicted to show 100% spin polarisation and is therefore ideal to be used in spintronic devices [1],[2].
  Modelling reactions between Ti-alloys and ceramic shells in turbine component castings
  Dr N Warnken, Prof S Blackburn, Prof N Green
Applications accepted all year round
Future jet engines will have to be lighter and more fuel efficient. A major contribution to this will come from creating lighter rotating parts, which are still being able to endure extremely high temperatures.
  Development of Novel High Temperature Brazing Filler Metals Based on High Entropy Alloys
  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training
  Dr R Goodall, Dr E Pickering
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
The CDT in Advanced Metallics is a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester and the I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Centre, Dublin.
  Development of Smart Memory Alloy with Enhanced Structural Performance under fire (Advert Reference: SF18-2/MCE/GONZALEZ SANCHEZ)
  Dr S Gonzalez Sanchez, Dr K Poologanthan, Dr B Nagaratnam
Applications accepted all year round
Shape memory alloys (SMAs) are special materials with a substantial potential for various structural engineering applications. The novelty of such materials lies in their ability to undergo large deformations and return to their un-deformed shape through stress removal or heating (shape-memory effect).
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