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  EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Statistical Applied Mathematics (SAMBa)
 10 PhD studentships in Statistical Applied Mathematics at the University of Bath. EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematical Sciences.
  Communication through complex media: a novel interdisciplinary paradigm to bridge information theory and multiscale flow and transport theory
  Dr M Icardi, Dr G Gradoni
Applications accepted all year round
University of Nottingham. School of Mathematical Sciences. EPSRC DTP CASE PhD studentship in Applied Mathematics. Communication through complex media.
  Gaining insight into the dynamics of drug-cancer cell interactions with the aid of continuous and hybrid multiscale models
  Dr M Cerasuolo, Dr J Foster, Dr A Burbanks
Application Deadline: 17 February 2019
Applications are invited for a fully-funded three year PhD to commence in October 2019. The PhD will be based in the School of Mathematics and Physics and will be supervised by Dr Marianna Cerasuolo, Dr Jamie Foster and Dr Andrew Burbanks.
  Enhancing the performance, condition, safety and reliability of offshore wind energy infrastructure systems using optimal design, inspections, structural health monitoring and structural control
  Dr P Omenzetter, Dr P Dunning, Dr S Sriramula, Dr Amir Siddiq
Applications accepted all year round
Wind turbines are exposed to frequent structural damage increasing the cost of wind energy generation. To drive these costs down, this project will develop new automated methods for detection of structural damage to wind turbines by examining vibration responses measured by sensors attached to the structure.
  Marine risers: experimental damage detection, monitoring and numerical modelling using digital twins
  Dr P Omenzetter, Dr D Van der A, Prof E Pavlovskaia, Dr Amir Siddiq
Applications accepted all year round
Marine risers are critical components of any offshore oil and gas production operations linking subsea field developments with production and drilling equipment atop fixed or floating facilities.
  PhD studentship in Biophysics Theory - building models for cell growth and survival
  Dr S Banerjee
Application Deadline: 20 December 2018
We are pleased to invite applications for a fully funded 4-year PhD studentship in the area of Theoretical and Computational Biophysics at the University College London (UCL).
  LNG sloshing and Leidenfrost droplet dynamics – modelling gas-cushioned liquid-solid impacts with phase change
  Dr P D Hicks, Dr M N Campbell-Bannerman
Applications accepted all year round
The impact of liquefied natural gas (LNG) with the walls of its containing tank and the impact of droplets with very hot surfaces are two examples of liquid-solid impacts in which the liquid may be close to thermodynamic equilibrium with the surrounding gas/vapour.
  Raindrops, pesticides, and oil spills – droplet interactions with porous and textured surfaces
  Dr P D Hicks, Dr Y Tanino
Applications accepted all year round
Droplet interactions with porous and textured surfaces play a crucial role in many important physical processes including the spraying of plant leaves with…
  Finite element modelling of heart valve deformation and mitral regurgitation after mitraclip implantation - Ref: LG2UF2018
  Dr L Zhao
Applications accepted all year round
he mitral valve (MV) is a complex structure regulating forward flow of blood between the left atrium (LA) and left ventricle (LV) of human heart.
  Fracture problems in microstructured materials - Ref: KB2UF2018
  Dr K Baxevanakis
Applications accepted all year round
Fracture in science and technology is understood as the total or partial separation of an originally intact body or structure. This phenomenon may have destructive effects on structures and lead to catastrophic failures, with high economic consequences or, in the worst case, loss of lives.
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