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  Enhancing Adoption of 3D Printing in Medical Technology Industry through Data Driven Decision Making
  Dr S Tavassoli, Assoc Prof B Abbasi
Applications accepted all year round
The project investigates the adoption of disruptive technologies by focusing on the case of 3D Printing (3DP) in the Medical Technology (MedTech) industry.
  DTC CS 14 - Improving 3D printing technologies - developing new algorithms for 3D printing
  Dr B Mora
Applications accepted all year round
The 3D printing revolution has changed the way we prototype models by accelerating and simplifying design. There are however algorithmically challenging aspects of 3D printers that still need to be researched about.
  Inkjet Printing for Security Features: delivering and characterising a series of inkjet inks suitable for printing bespoke authentication features
  Dr K Black, Prof P Chalker
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
This PhD project aims to deliver and characterise a series of inkjet inks suitable for printing bespoke authentication features on a range of substrates and applications for a government owned company.
  3D Printing of Novel Drug Delivery Devices
  Dr C McConville
Applications accepted all year round
3D printing is an additive manufacturing technique that allows for the manufacture of complex drug delivery devices. The aim of this project is to investigate the use of 3D printing for the manufacture of both solid oral dosage forms and implantable drug delivery devices for use in personalised medicine.
  3D Printing of Enzymes
  Prof R Wildman
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
4-year PhD studentship, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham. EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing.
  Hybrid soft material printing for future sensors and actuators (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/MCE/LI)
  Dr Y Li
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Micro/nano electro-mechanical sensor and actuator systems in future engineering (MEMS/NEMS) have been significantly developed in the last decade.
  Reactive Inkjet Printing of Functional Swimmers
  Dr X Zhao
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Production of small-scale devices that can autonomously generate thrust via catalytic reactions within fluidic environments has become an increasingly active field and has led to a focus on potential applications including environmental monitoring and remediation, in vivo drug delivery and repair, and lab on a chip diagnostics.
  Developing 3D printing techniques for the fabrication of integrated optical circuits
  Prof P Smith, Dr C Holmes
Applications accepted all year round
From its inception 3D printing has been applied to a range of fields. Photonics is an emerging field into which additive and subtractive laser manufacture techniques are being applied to enhance manufacturing capability.
  Novel micro/nano scale characterisation of interfaces in multimaterial additive manufacturing (3D printing).
  Prof R Hague, Prof C J Roberts
Application Deadline: 15 January 2019
In collaboration with Warwick and Birmingham Universities, as well as with the School of Pharmacy and Physics at the University of Nottingham, the Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM) http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/groups/cfam are exploring the new area of multi-material, multifunctional Additive Manufacturing through the recently awarded EPSRC Programme Grant.
  Reactive Inkjet Printing of Flexible Devices for Cancer Diagnostics, Environmental Monitoring and Energy Store
  Dr X Zhao
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Flexible devices such as microfluidic paper-based analytical devices (μPADs) have recently received significant attention as a potential platform for low-cost diagnostic assays.
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