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Electrical & Electronic (lithium) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 5 Electrical & Electronic (lithium) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Lithium battery and composite fires

In the aerospace and ground transport industries, electrification of propulsion and reduction of vehicle weight through increased use of polymer matrix composites (PMCs) are the spearheads of the effort to decrease emissions. Read more

Large-scale additive manufacture using wire and arc technology aimed at high wear components in the mining sector PhD

This is a fully funded PhD opportunity sponsored by the Weir Group. The opportunity is in the field of large-scale additive manufacture using wire and arc technology and it will be focused on the development of materials and processes for high wear components in the mining sector. Read more

Self-powered monitoring system for energy sector using energy harvester

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3 year full-time or 6 year part-time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the School of Energy and Electronic Engineering and will be supervised by. Read more

A 3-year PhD studentship on MXene-based electrodes for Energy Storage

Applications are invited for a 3-year funded PhD studentship on a project supervised by Dr Yohan Dall’Agnese, Lecturer in Energy Storage at the Institute for Materials Discovery (. Read more

Development of battery-supercapacitor management systems for electric vehicles

Electric vehicles (EV) consuming low-carbon electricity are important assets to decarbonise the transport sector. Currently, most battery-electric vehicles including Tesla and Nissan use lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries as the energy source. Read more
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