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  (A*STAR) Next generation (ultra-)high-strength ductile alloys through additive manufacturing
  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
  Dr E Jimenez-Melero, Prof G Burke
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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The aim is to design and manufacture the next generation metastable alloys by an additive manufacturing approach, i.e. by selective laser melting, so as to yield simulatenously (ultra-) high levels of mechanical strength and ductility not achievable by conventional metallurgical approaches.
  Step into the unknown: modelling titanium alloys at extreme conditions
  Dr A Bartok-Partay
Applications accepted all year round

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Titanium alloys are very popular in industrial and medical applications due to their excellent mechanical and chemical properties.
  Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording Using Exchange Bias
  Research Group: Condensed Matter Physics
  Dr G Vallejo Fernandez
Application Deadline: 21 February 2020

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Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) is considered to be the next technology to improve current magnetic recording densities. The principle of HAMR is that a laser delivers heat pulses via near field optics to the surface of a conventional disc with grains oriented in the perpendicular direction.
  Ductility & Brittleness in Refractory and High-entropy Alloys
  Dr C Brandl
Applications accepted all year round

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For a significant increase in operating temperatures in energy conversion processes, alternative constituent phases for new high-temperature alloys beyond tradition Ni-basis superalloys have to be explored.
  Rational Design of Stable Electrocatalysts on Corrosion Free Carbon Supports: Improving Fuel Cell Performance
  Prof J Macpherson, Prof M E Newton, Dr C Dancer
Applications accepted all year round

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Two of the main global challenges that humanity faces, climate change and the depletion of traditional fossil fuel energy resources, are intrinsically connected.
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