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  Joint elastic-electrical properties of clay-rich sediments with fluid-filled fractures
  Dr A Best, Dr S Sahoo, Dr L North, Prof T Minshull
Application Deadline: 3 January 2020

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Project Rationale. Accurate characterization of shallow sub-seafloor geological reservoirs and overburden sediments is essential for geological CO2 storage, gas hydrate exploitation and monitoring of fluids and host sediment properties during gas production and CO2 storage activities.
  Electrical Steels: Magnetic properties enhancement using alternative manufacturing processes
  Dr D Evans
Application Deadline: 30 December 2019

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Working with the AFRC’s Tier 1 Members this PhD proposal is a collaboration between Cogent-Power and AFRC on the development and advancement of electric steel (E-steel) technologies for electrical vehicles.
  Optimisation of Placement of Charging Stations for Electrical Vehicles in Road Networks
  Dr A Gagarin, Dr P Corcoran, Prof C Jones
Applications accepted all year round

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The aim of this project is to develop novel modelling and algorithmic solutions for the optimisation problem by drawing from existing research in the fields of optimisation and network theory.
  Understanding the Electric Field in Electrical Stimulation for biomedical application
  Prof W Holderbaum, Prof S Nasuto
Applications accepted all year round

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"Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a treatment that applies small electrical charges to a muscle that has become paralysed or weakened, due to damage in your brain or spinal cord.
  On-board Integrated Chargers and Battery Management Systems for Electrical Vehicles (EVs)
  Dr A ALIAKBAR JAMSHIDI FAR, Dr S S Aphale
Applications accepted all year round

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With the increasing population and environmental constraints on the conventional transportation system, alternative cleaner and sustainable transportation systems are becoming very demanding.
  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.
  Developing bioelectronic implants through fusion of stem cells and electroactive scaffolds
  Dr C Adams
Application Deadline: 28 October 2019

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This is a cross institution (Keele University and Lancaster University) and multidisciplinary PhD program with the primary goal to develop and test new materials for repairing spinal cord injury.
  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 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Radar
  Prof A Manikas
Application Deadline: 15 December 2019

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Applications are invited for a PhD studentship, to be undertaken at Imperial College London (Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department) supported by SAAB Research UK.
  The effects of mechanical and electrical stimulation on the maturity of tissue engineered skeletal muscle
  Prof M.P. Lewis, Dr A Capel
Applications accepted all year round

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Skeletal muscle undergoes hypertrophy in response to exercise and mechanical loading, however although this response is well studied and established, the molecular sensors and signaling pathways which produce this response are not fully elucidated.
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