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  Step into the unknown: modelling titanium alloys at extreme conditions
  Dr A Bartok-Partay
Applications accepted all year round

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Titanium alloys are very popular in industrial and medical applications due to their excellent mechanical and chemical properties.
  Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording Using Exchange Bias
  Research Group: Condensed Matter Physics
  Dr G Vallejo Fernandez
Application Deadline: 21 February 2020

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Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) is considered to be the next technology to improve current magnetic recording densities. The principle of HAMR is that a laser delivers heat pulses via near field optics to the surface of a conventional disc with grains oriented in the perpendicular direction.
  Optimising Mechanical Performance of Additively Manufactured (3D Printed) Titanium Alloys
  Dr M Kartal, Dr Amir Siddiq
Applications accepted all year round

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Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a common term used to describe the technology in which three-dimensional (3D) objects are fabricated by successive layers of material.
  Full funded PhD Studentship in Multiscale modelling for Materials Design in Additive Manufacturing
  Dr W Wen, Prof P Rivera
Applications accepted all year round

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A full PhD studentship on the multiscale modelling for materials design in Additive Manufacturing (AM). The project is led by Dr Wei Wen (Lecturer) and Professor Pedro Rivera at the Department of Engineering, Lancaster University, in collaboration with LPW.
  Modelling of primary water stress corrosion cracking (PWSCC) of nickel based alloys (NBAs) in nuclear (PWR) primary coolant
  Prof M C Smith, Dr A Jivkov
Applications accepted all year round

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Nickel based alloy (NBA) materials and their associated weld metals are of interest to new build and advanced nuclear reactors due to their superior structural performance when compared with traditional steel materials.
  Microstructure in molecular framework alloys
  Dr H Yeung
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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We seek to recruit a highly motivated and talented PhD student in the School of Chemistry at the University of Birmingham within the research group of Dr Hamish H-M Yeung.
  A microstructure-informed model to predict the deformation and shear bands formed during a nickel superalloy machining operation
  Dr H Basoalto
Applications accepted all year round

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The School of Metallurgy and Materials is seeking a high calibre candidate for a PhD studentship in materials modelling.
  Exploiting formability in ultra-lightweight magnesium alloys
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  Rapid Solidification of High Entropy Alloys
  Dr A Mullis, Dr R F Cochrane
Application Deadline: 2 February 2020

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High entropy alloys (HEA’s) are an exciting new class of metallic materials in which typically 5 or more constituent elements are combined in approximately equal quantities.
  Effects of Radiation Damage on ALM produced components
  Prof K Whittle
Applications accepted all year round

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Additive Layer Manufactured (ALM) components are currently being developed for use in a range of industries, and variants of ALM have been investigated since the 1980s.
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