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  Predicting long-term materials ageing using reaction discovery and machine learning
  Dr S Habershon
Applications accepted all year round

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Predicting the long-term (decades or more) stability of organic polymeric materials under ambient environmental photothermal conditions is a unique challenge because experimental testing on such time-scales is often impossible or too expensive.
  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.
  Tiny objects causing giant strength: Precipitate formation in superalloys
  Dr P Brommer
Applications accepted all year round

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The extraordinary strength of superalloys (used e.g. in aeroplane engines) is caused by nanoscale precipitates formed in an ageing process.
  Aircraft Electrification
  Research Group: Energy Systems
  Dr J Marco, Dr A Barai
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT OVERVIEW. This fully funded PhD studentship represents a unique opportunity to undertake advanced characterisation, control system design and modelling research in close partnership with Vertical Aerospace (http://www.vertical-aerospace.com).
  Imaging overcritical currents in a high-Tc superconducting dynamo
  Dr C Bumby, Dr R Badcock
Applications accepted all year round

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Superconducting dynamos are unusual devices which enable large DC currents to be injected into a closed superconducting coil. These small high-current (>1 kA) devices have the potential to revolutionise the design and use of superconducting magnets.
  Fully-funded PhD Studentship in Linear Particle Accelerators for X-ray Cargo Screening and Radiotherapy
  Dr G Burt
Applications accepted all year round

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The need to control borders has led to a rapid growth in the use of X-ray cargo imaging at ports, airports and rail depots. Many projects inspired by high energy physics (HEP) have led to rapid developments in detector technology.
  ONE Planet DTP - Ocean wave field and climate monitoring with a GNSS Wave Glider (OP20292)
  Dr N Penna
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Ocean wave field monitoring is needed for climatology, as it controls the input of wind stress into the oceanic mixed layer and thereby serves as a control for the global ocean climate.
  New antimicrobial agents for biofilm-related infections
  Dr K Fairfull-Smith
Applications accepted all year round

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The adhesion of bacteria to surfaces and their subsequent ability to aggregate into colonies called biofilms is a significant problem in healthcare systems around the world.
  Additive Manufacturing of Opto-Electronic Devices using Novel High Performing Polymer Inks
  Prof D Irvine
Applications accepted all year round

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Topic. The production of Novel Opto-Electronic devices by Additive Manufacturing based on the deposition of material containing low dimensional materials that exhibit differing and tuneable dielectric properties.
  Edge Intelligence for Time Critical IoT
  Assoc Prof Qi Zhang, Assoc Prof Alexandros Iosifidis
Application Deadline: 1 February 2020

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A variety of emerging Internet of Things (IoT) applications, e.g., AR/VR, digital twins, autonomous vehicles, and robotic control, require real-time artificial intelligence decision feedback.
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