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Electrical & Electronic PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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  Nature Inspired Optical Nanostructures for Sensing
  Dr R Gupta
Applications accepted all year round
The wings of a morpho butterfly show vivid blue colour because of the presence of periodic nanostructures. We have been developing photochemistries and materials to fabricate similar nanostructures made of hydrogels.
  Blockchains as a Distributed Ledger for Attribution of RCM Data in Rail (B4CM)
  Dr J Easton, Prof C Roberts
Applications accepted all year round
Over the past decade there has been a significant level of investment throughout Europe in the digitalisation of the rail network; with sensors installed on the infrastructure and vehicles, the deployment of next generation traffic management systems that allow real-time management of the system, and the provision of mobile applications for passengers and staff.
  Prestigious PhD studentship/Early-Stage Researcher in European Industrial Doctorate “Fibre Optic Non-linear Technologies FONTE”
Applications are invited by Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies (AIPT) for a prestigious three year postgraduate position (leading to a PhD) as Early Stage Researcher (ESR), within the European Industrial Doctorates project FONTE.
  Advanced THz microscopy for biological applications
  Dr M Navarro-Cia
Applications accepted all year round
Sandwiched between microwaves and infrared in the electromagnetic spectrum, THz radiation (ca. 0.1 – 3 THz) holds promise for medical diagnosis, security applications (chemical fingerprinting and standoff screening) and industrial control processes.
  Additive Manufacturing of Composites for Railway Switches and Crossings
  Dr S Kaewunruen
Applications accepted all year round
The University of Birmingham is host to the world-leading Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, a multi-disciplinary group of staff from the Schools of Civil Engineering, Electronic, Electrical & Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials & Metallurgy.
  How will global crop production develop under climate change? Improving our predictive capability.
  Dr T Pugh, Prof M Tausz
Applications accepted all year round
Crop yields are highly sensitive to climate, with even relatively moderate climate change, such as that aimed for by the Paris agreement, placing future food security in doubt (Pugh et al., 2016).
  Assessing the condition of roads and buried infrastructure using geophysical technologies
  Prof D N Chapman, Prof N Metje
Applications accepted all year round
With a growing urban population around the world, we are more than ever reliant on a healthy and functional infrastructure system.
  Novel high temperature capable electromagnetic materials for Rolls-Royce
  Prof J Binner
Applications accepted all year round
This project is funded by the UK’s Ministry of Defence and involves Rolls Royce and the University of Birmingham. It is a PhD studentship that is focused on developing new materials that both possess specific electromagnetic properties and are also capable of withstanding high temperatures.
  Integrated Antenna Arrays for Future Terahertz Systems
  Dr S Hanham
Applications accepted all year round
Terahertz waves (0.1 to 10 THz) have a range of useful properties that make them promising for future imaging, communication and radar systems.
  Smart Monitoring and Prediction of Generator and Drive Motor Temperature
  Prof R Dixon, Dr S Hilmansen
Applications accepted all year round
Overheating of electrical machines leads to rapid failure. Hence, the main limitation on electrical generators and drive is a temperature limit, which is generally enforced with an electrical fuse (current limit).
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