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We have 34 Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Cardiff

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Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Cardiff

We have 34 Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Cardiff

Locking CO2 into cement: new perspectives from advanced spectroscopic techniques

EPSRC DTP studentship in Engineering. 3.5 years starting 1st October 2024, 1st January 2025 or 1st April 2025. Project Summary. Our aim is to improve carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) in the cement and concrete industry by introducing reactive carbonates to replace clinkers. Read more

Data-driven modelling of energy demands in buildings

Project Summary. 3.5 years full time, start date 1st October 23. Description of Project. We seek to recruit a highly motivated PhD researcher with technical ability to conduct research in the area of modelling energy demand in buildings. Read more

Building Resilience: Investigating Progressive Collapse in Wooden Structures

Self funded project. 3 years start date October 1st 2024. Project Summary. The project aims to develop advanced computational models for simulating the progressive collapse behaviour of wooden structures under various loading scenarios. Read more

Circular hybrid manufacturing involving metal binder jetting process

This PhD project will ignite an exciting new research area for the sustainable production, consumption and recycling of metallic materials for use in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes, in particular binder jetting process. Read more

A comparative study between binder jetting and powder bed fusion additive manufacturing processes for metallic materials

This PhD project will explore the capabilities of novel metal binder jetting additive manufacturing process for metallic materials, in particular the materials that are compatible for metal injection moulding (MIM) process. Read more

Integrating Intelligence: Smart Textiles for Retrofitting and Monitoring Cultural Heritage Buildings

3 Year self funded project. The doctoral project will complete the activities of a European Union project focused on advancing hybrid structural retrofit solutions based on smart textiles with customized structural health monitoring for masonry cultural heritage building envelopes. Read more

Developing an ingenious hybrid additive-subtractive manufacturing route for producing biomedical implants via metal AM processes and laser post-processing

3 Year Self funded project. This PhD project will ignite an exciting new research area involving hybrid additive-subtractive manufacturing (AM-SM) routes for the fabrication of biomedical implants economically to meet the growing demand of biomedical industries. Read more

A novel approach to the circular production of sustainable powders for metal additive manufacturing

3 Year Self funded project. This PhD project will ignite an exciting new research area for the sustainable production, consumption and recycling of metallic materials for use in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes. Read more

Development of next generation electrosurgery electrode design via surface microtexturing

SELF FUNDED PROJECT. 3 years full time, start date 1st April, 1st July, 1st October 2024. Electrosurgery is a medical procedure that utilises an alternating and high frequency current (200kHz-3.3MHz) to either cut and/or coagulate tissues and achieve haemostasis. Read more

Engineering extracellular vesicles/exosomes for the treatment of ocular disease

Extracellular vesicles, also referred to as exosomes, are membrane‐bound particles containing huge numbers of proteins as well as genetic material in the form of RNA (mRNA and miRNA). Read more

Understanding how formulation parameters influence the performance of novel capsule formulations

Two-piece capsules are used in dry powder inhalers (DPIs) as a single-dose container for powdered pharmaceutical formulations. These formulations contain active pharmaceutical ingredients to treat pulmonary conditions, such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Read more

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