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Mechanical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

We have 22 Mechanical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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We have 22 Mechanical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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Wearable Sensors and Soft Robots for Biomedical Applications

The Integrated Soft Machines Lab in the Institute of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering (IMPEE) at Heriot-Watt University is offering a 3-year fully funded PhD studentship to explore wearable sensors and soft robots for biomedical applications. Read more

EPSRC and NERC InDustrial CDT for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE)

A jointly awarded Doctorate in Engineering from the University of Edinburgh, Exeter University and Strathclyde University, offering ten places per year funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Read more

3D Beam Shaping for Laser Based-Manufacturing

Requirements. All applicants must have or expect to have a 1st class MChem, MPhys, MSci, MEng or equivalent degree. Selection will be based on academic excellence and research potential, and all short-listed applicants will be interviewed (in person or via Microsoft Teams). Read more

Laser-based manufacture of a micro-needle sensing platform for electrophysiology testing

Requirements. All applicants must have or expect to have a 1st class MChem, MPhys, MSci, MEng or equivalent degree. Selection will be based on academic excellence and research potential, and all short-listed applicants will be interviewed (in person or via Microsoft Teams). Read more

Laser Material-Interactions on the Ultra-fast scale

Requirements. All applicants must have or expect to have a 1st class MChem, MPhys, MSci, MEng or equivalent degree. Selection will be based on academic excellence and research potential, and all short-listed applicants will be interviewed (in person or via Microsoft Teams). Read more

New optical components and devices from micro-structured fibres

Requirements. All applicants must have or expect to have a 1st class MChem, MPhys, MSci, MEng or equivalent degree. Selection will be based on academic excellence and research potential, and all short-listed applicants will be interviewed (in person or via Microsoft Teams). Read more

Laser controlled nanoparticle deposition

Requirements. All applicants must have or expect to have a 1st class MChem, MPhys, MSci, MEng or equivalent degree. Selection will be based on academic excellence and research potential, and all short-listed applicants will be interviewed (in person or via Microsoft Teams). Read more

Modelling of phase change in dense particle assemblies

This project aims to deliver a new modeling approach to efficiently simulate the powder flow and phase change (solid-liquid-solid) in dense packings of powder consisting of tens of millions of individual grains with application to manufacturing processes. Read more

Non-contact handling of small particles

In this multi-disciplinary project, the successful candidate will concentrate on non-contact handling of fine powders. We are interested in stabilisation and uniform bulk delivery of micron-sized particles with application to advanced manufacturing processes. Read more

Elucidating the Environmental Impact of Nanoplastics (NP) through a Mechanistic Understanding of NP-induced Cell Membrane Damage

Plastic pollution is one of the main environmental problems of our time. Due to mismanagement or inadequate recycling practices, up to 300 million tons of plastic end up annually in landfills or are discharged into ecosystems, posing potential threats to aquatic and terrestrial life. Read more

Using nanoscale vibrations to reduce icing on surfaces

The undesired formation and accumulation of ice on surfaces (“icing”) is not merely annoying, as everyone who has defrosted their car can attest, but also potentially dangerous. Read more

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