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We have 34 Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK) in Birmingham

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Birmingham  United Kingdom

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Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK) in Birmingham

We have 34 Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for European Students (exc UK) in Birmingham

Sustainable Recycled Textiles for Engineering Applications

Worldwide demand for the apparel industry keeps growing while triggering an environmental impact on human health. The textile industry accounts for around 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

Accelerating the Design of Patient-Specific Fracture Fixation

The design and advanced manufacturing of patient-specific biomedical implants is set to revolutionise healthcare. However, the costly design framework which is currently required to create personalised 3D digital models is a huge barrier to implementation in most clinical settings. Read more

Microfluidic devices for sustainable water desalination

Microfluidics is the manipulation of fluids at the micron-scale (one-millionth of a meter). Microfluidics devices have many applications to address the urgent needs of society and industries in engineering, biology, chemistry, pharmaceutical industries, and, recently water desalination. Read more

PhD in multi-energy systems analysis with Artificial Intelligence models

Background. The UK and the World are rapidly shifting towards multi-energy systems, such as districts and industrial parks with large amounts of renewable electricity, renewable heating & cooling, clean fuels (e.g. Read more

Understanding tritium trapping/retention in fusion materials due to helium induced cavities

A funded 3.5-year UK PhD studentship is available at the University of Birmingham with a tax-free stipend. The project is co-funded by the UK Atomic Energy Authority’s Tritium Fuel Cycle Division and will be collaborated with world-leading institutes in the US, France and Germany. Read more

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