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  Artificial Intelligence Tactical Decision Aid for Management of Naval Sensors and Autonomous Vehicles
  Dr A Hunter, Mr M Donnelly
Application Deadline: 6 April 2020

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In naval tactical operations, it is necessary to optimally deploy and position a finite number of vehicles (manned and autonomous) in order to maximise the combined detection coverage of their sonar sensing systems over a geographical area of interest.
  Reaching the diffraction-limit of acoustic imaging with autonomous underwater vehicles
  Dr A Hunter
Application Deadline: 1 April 2020

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Project team. Dr Alan Hunter (University of Bath), Dr Thomas Fickenscher (Helmut-Schmidt University) & Dr Holger Schmaljohann (Bundeswehr, Maritime Technology & Research).
  Self-powered Sensors for Autonomous Applications
  Dr A Mohammadi
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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Interested applicants should first contact Dr Ali Mohammadi who will be happy to discuss the project in full (email. am3151 @bath.ac.uk).
  Next generation solid-state sodium electrolytes for battery and sensor applications
  Prof P S Salmon, Dr A Zeidler
Applications accepted all year round

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This PhD project is on the development of sodium-based solid-state electrolytes for re-chargeable battery and sensor applications.
  Optimisation trade-off between wing scale stiffness tailoring for improved aeroelastic load reduction and panel scale fibre steering for buckling
  Dr A Rhead, Dr D Cleaver, Prof R Butler
Application Deadline: 25 February 2020

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Supervisory team. Dr Andrew Rhead, Dr David Cleaver, Prof Richard Butler. Project enquiries. Dr Andrew Rhead [email protected] PROJECT.
  Additively manufactured morphing components for aeroelastic applications
  Dr E Loukaides
Application Deadline: 25 February 2020

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Informal queries should be directed to Dr Evripides Loukaides ([email protected]). Fuel consumption and structural performance of aeroplanes strongly depends on the geometry and behaviour of the wings.
  Active Whirl Flutter Control
  Dr D Cleaver
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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Lead Supervisor & informal enquiries. Dr David Cleaver ([email protected]). PROJECT. There is currently great interest from rotorcraft manufacturers in tilt-rotor aircraft (see AW609 and Cleansky Next Gen TiltRotor) due to their ability to achieve VTOL and high-speed long-range flight.
  Structural batteries mechanical resilience
  Dr ATR Rhead, Prof MSI Islam
Applications accepted all year round

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Batteries based on carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) have the potential to supply power with an improved overall efficiency (vehicle power to weight rather than battery power to weight) compared to current battery technologies.
  Programmable Lab-on-chip Devices in Magnetic MEMS for Medical Diagnostics and Biotechnology
  Dr A Mohammadi
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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Informal enquiries. Dr Ali Mohammadi ([email protected]). Miniaturisation of sensors and actuators in micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) has greatly benefitted many modern technologies including smart phones, medical devices and implants, high precision sensors etc.
  Understanding the electromechanical switching behaviour of porous ferroelectric ceramics
  Dr J Roscow
Application Deadline: 25 March 2020

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Informal queries should be directed to Dr James Roscow ([email protected]). Introducing carefully structured porosity into ferroelectric ceramics is an effective way of achieving a favourable balance of piezoelectric and dielectric properties for sensing and energy harvesting applications.
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