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  Recycling textile fibers into carbon-based electrochemical devices
  Dr E Randviir
Applications accepted all year round
Reference Number. ER-2018-PhD-1. Project Summary. Around 300,000 tonnes of textile waste is sent to landfill in the UK each year, therefore new methods of recycling end of life textiles are required to.
  The prevalence and significance of specific synthetic textile fibre types on random surfaces in forensic investigations (ref: SF18/APP/Sheridan)
  Dr KJ Sheridan
Applications accepted all year round
Numerous studies have been conducted to aid the evaluation of the significance, if any, of textile fibre links found in criminal investigations.
  Experimental and analytical investigation on the behavior of masonry strengthened with the use of Textile Reinforced Mortars (TRM’s) subjected to elevated temperatures
  Dr T Krevaikas, Dr R Judge
Applications accepted all year round
The use of Textile Reinforced Mortars (TRM’s) in strengthening of masonry structures is a new and very promising technique which provides sustainable and energy saving solutions in structural repair or upgrading.
  Embroidered ground plane for wearable electronics - Ref: JFUF2018
  Dr J Flint
Applications accepted all year round
Achieving a good quality conducting ground plane to be used in textile antennas and electronic devices is not easy as it involves introducing conductive materials into the fabric.
  Novel finishing processes for late-stage personalisation of textiles.
  Prof P Goswami, Dr A Hewitt
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019
We offer a fully funded PhD opportunity to work with leading experts in technical textiles. Textile wet processing is currently an important aspect of textile production as it adds value to the textiles by improving aesthetics, comfort and functional properties.
  Natural Polymers based Functional Textiles for Engineering & Biological Applications
  Dr S.S Rahatekar, Prof K Koziol
Application Deadline: 4 April 2019
Natural polymers like cellulose, chitin, chitosan, alginate are one of the most abundant and renewable polymer with robust mechanical properties.
  Novel Passive Microwave Devices: investigating new production techniques and interconnection methods based around textiles, meta-materials and similar concepts -Ref: RSUF2018
  Dr R Seager
Applications accepted all year round
Microwave systems are becoming more mainstream with wearable applications needing to work at higher frequencies. There is a requirement for circuits and devices that can perform at these frequencies in a cost-effective manner.
  Optimisation models for sustainable fashion
  Prof J Bennell, Dr P Sinha
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
We invite applicants for a fully funded PhD scholarship to start in October 2019 or February 2020, supervised by Prof Julia Bennell and Dr Pammi Sinha.
  Development of versatile, bespoke, low-volume fabric manufacturing processes.
  Prof P Goswami, Dr S Rana
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019
We offer a fully funded PhD opportunity to work with leading experts in technical textiles. The nature of fabric manufacture can cause fabric producers to enforce long lead times and large minimum orders on their customers, making it difficult to produce bespoke fabrics in limited quantities.
  Scottish Decorative and Pictorial Painted Textiles in the Victorian and Edwardian Period
  Dr C Young
Application Deadline: 27 March 2019
A three-year PhD is offered jointly within the Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History, and The Hunterian at the University of Glasgow.
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