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  PhD Studentship Opportunity in Vehicle dynamics controllers and observers for all-terrain driving applications
  Dr D Tavernini, Dr A Sorniotti
Applications accepted all year round

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The project aims at exploring novel strategies to control the longitudinal and lateral dynamics of a vehicle by means of last generation actuators (e.g., electric in-wheel motors, active suspensions, brake-by-wire, etc.).
  PhD studentship in Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility sponsored by Ford Motor Company
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Dr J Dawson
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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PhD Type

All new vehicles must be tested to ensure that they are not susceptible to electromagnetic interference.
  Selective epitaxial growth of Silicon Carbide thin film materials
  Dr M Myronov
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Silicon carbide (SiC) is a wide band gap compound semiconductor material attractive for future applications in high power and high frequency electronic devices, UV photonic devices and sensors including those for bio-medical, industrial, IoT and automotive sectors.
  Next generation electrical motor drives for wind and automotive applications
  Dr S Durovic
Applications accepted all year round

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The automotive, aerospace, offshore wind and manufacturing sectors are looking for much improved performance envelope electrical machines and drives to underpin ambitions plans for market electrification.
  PhD Studentship in the development of novel metal forming technologies
  Dr J Jiang
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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PhD Type

The Metal Forming and Materials Modelling group wishes to provide 1x FULLY funded studentship to an EXCEPTIONAL candidate to conduct PhD research work in the Mechanical Engineering department, at Imperial College London.
  PhD in designing high-performance electric cars of the future.
  Prof P H Mellor
Applications accepted all year round

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Be a driving part of the Electric Revolution of transport by designing and testing affordable high-performance electric motors and be part of a global effort to reduce CO2 emissions.
  PhD in Wide-Bandgap-Enabled Power Electronics for Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles
  Dr S Jahdi
Applications accepted all year round

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Help tackle the big issues in global warming by enhancing green energy generation and consumption through next-gen power electronic solutions.
  Optimization of Ultra-fast Laser Based Production Processes
  Dr R Carter, Prof D P Hand
Applications accepted all year round

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Laser based manufacturing processes have become industry standard tools in a wide range of areas with scales as diverse as automotive and shipbuilding down to electronic circuits and micro medical devices.
  Hierarchically designed piezoelectric energy harvesting materials for application in flexible systems
  Dr H Khanbareh, Prof C R Bowen
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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Hierarchically designed piezoelectric energy harvesting materials for application in flexible systems. The high-strain environment of automotive tyres leads to deformations, allowing energy to be harvested using piezoelectric materials to power electronics such as Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS).
  Design, Fabrication and Characterisation of Optical-based CO2 Gas Sensor
  Dr G Chai
Application Deadline: 31 August 2020

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Supervisor. Grace Chai. Project description. Increased levels of indoor CO2 has been linked to occurrence of illnesses. Understanding and controlling common pollutants such as, CO2, indoors, can help to reduce the risk of indoor health concerns.
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