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Identification and classification of coherent flow structures in the plasma of the Sun’s photosphere

The Sun is a star with a cyclic magnetic activity that can impact all the solar system. Thus, the solar magnetic field can interact with the Earth's magnetic field, permitting the entrance of energetic particles in the upper atmosphere, affecting technological devices, telecommunications and human health. Read more

Prognostics and predictive analysis incorporating AI and stochastic modelling approach in the railway industry

Reference number. SCEBE/21SF/004/BA. Aim & Scope. A PhD opportunity in the railway industry. The railway industry is challenged with retrofits of smart condition technology to collect wide range of data information towards performance, availability and reliability improvement. Read more

Effects of hydrogen addition on soot formation in flames: experimental investigation by laser imaging

The health effects of fine, non-volatile particulate matter, and precursor aromatic species, generated by engines and furnaces are increasingly well known and have been the subject of considerable public interest in recent years. Read more

PhD studentship in Chromium-Based Superalloys for Concentrated Solar Power

A funded 3-year UK/EU PhD studentship is available in the group of Dr Sandy Knowles within the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham, with an effective tax free stipend of £15,285 per year. Read more

Mission Analysis

Mission analysis concerns the definition, development and preparation phases of a space project, analysing the best satellite orbits to achieve specific objectives within the space mission. Read more

Space Situational Awareness

Space debris is defined as all human-made objects including fragments that are non functional. Today, the global dimension of the problem is internationally recognised, and active control of the space debris environment has been deemed necessary to sustain safe space activities in the future. Read more

Fully-funded PhD positions in several natural sciences & engineering disciplines

Join an internationally renowned scientific community with the Hector FellowPhD program. PhD students benefit not only from the experience of the program, but also from the network of Hector Fellows. Read more

Testing Robotics and Autonomous Systems Using Search-based Techniques

  Research Group: Applied Computing
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) are becoming indispensable for human productivity and it is estimated that there will be a £13 billion global market for RAS by 2025. Read more

Welding and joining of advanced dissimilar lightweight alloys

  Research Group: Advanced Automotive Analytics Research Institute
The automotive industry’s interest in the use of lightweight materials has significantly increased in recent years due to an enhanced demand for fuel efficiency and clean green technologies that improve environmental conditions. Read more

Tailoring the Thermomechanical Properties of High Performance Aerospace & Automotive Composite Materials

Interested in high performance, lightweight composite materials? Take advantage of the fact that companies in the aerospace and automotive sectors are currently looking for good materials scientists and engineers with a composites PhD!. Read more

The use of deep learning and machine learning for the optimisation of space propulsion technologies

Deep learning has established itself as a useful tool for the analysis and processing of big data, used extensively in computer science and the gaming industry, it has only had relatively limited (yet important) advances in the aerospace engineering sphere. Read more

Rheological and mechanical behaviour of fibre composite with nanobiocomposites matrix for aerospace applications

The applications of nanocomposite materials derived from natural biopolymer components gaining more attraction because of their renewability, biodegradability, flexibility, and their capability of novel functionalities. Read more

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