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Integrated Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 33 Integrated Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Are you passionate about engineering and want to take your knowledge and skills to the next level? Consider pursuing a PhD in Integrated Engineering, where you can delve deeper into the world of engineering and make groundbreaking discoveries.

What's it like to study a PhD in Integrated Engineering?

Studying a PhD in Integrated Engineering is an exciting and challenging journey. It allows you to specialize in a specific area of engineering while also exploring interdisciplinary approaches. You will have the opportunity to conduct in-depth research, collaborate with experts in the field, and contribute to the advancement of engineering knowledge.

During your PhD, you will work closely with your supervisor to develop a research proposal and plan. You will conduct experiments, analyze data, and write research papers. Additionally, you may have the chance to attend conferences and present your findings to the wider engineering community. This experience will not only enhance your technical skills but also develop your critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication abilities.

Entry requirements for a PhD in Integrated Engineering

To pursue a PhD in Integrated Engineering, you typically need a strong academic background in engineering or a related field. Most universities require a minimum of a 2.1 Honours degree or a Master's degree in a relevant subject. Additionally, you will need to submit a research proposal outlining your intended area of study and research objectives.

PhD in Integrated Engineering funding options

Funding for PhDs in Integrated Engineering may be available from various sources, including governments, universities and charities, business or industry. See our full guides to PhD funding for more information.

PhD in Integrated Engineering careers

A PhD in Integrated Engineering opens up a wide range of career opportunities. With your advanced knowledge and expertise, you can pursue a career in academia as a professor or researcher, contributing to the education and training of future engineers. Alternatively, you can work in industry, taking on leadership roles in research and development, innovation, or project management. Many engineering companies value individuals with a PhD for their ability to think critically, solve complex problems, and drive technological advancements.

Furthermore, a PhD in Integrated Engineering can also lead to entrepreneurial opportunities. Armed with a deep understanding of engineering principles and interdisciplinary approaches, you may choose to start your own engineering consultancy or venture into technology startups.

In conclusion, a PhD in Integrated Engineering offers a stimulating and rewarding experience for those passionate about engineering. It equips you with the skills and knowledge to make significant contributions to the field and opens up diverse career paths. So, if you're ready to take your engineering journey to new heights, consider pursuing a PhD in Integrated Engineering.

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Fire performance and durability of integrated engineered timber products (Ref: ABCE24/SC2a)

Engineered timber products have greatly increased the scope of structural projects that can be realised in timber; however, revised building regulations post-Grenfell, based on perceived risks surrounding fire safety, further restricted the allowable scale of timber buildings, thus impeding efforts to decarbonise construction. Read more

Optical metasurfaces for multifunctional mid-infrared spectroscopy

About the project. Mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy reveals nearly all chemical/biological substances through identification of their unique vibrational absorption signatures (molecular fingerprints)—essential for biomedical diagnostics, remote sensing and environmental monitoring. Read more

Condition monitoring and non-destructive testing of dynamic cable for offshore renewable energy industry

Offshore wind energy is central to UK’s ambition of transitioning to a sustainable future electricity grid. The growth in power generation from floating wind turbines is increasingly further away from shore and utilising the floating wind turbine support structures. Read more
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Aircraft Electric Propulsion Technologies for Zero Emission Aircraft PhD

A fully funded PhD studentship and great opportunity to work closely with a leading European Research Consortium at the forefront of Sustainable Aviation to research and develop novel electrified propulsion technologies for zero emission aircraft. Read more

Secure and Trustable Cyber-Physical Systems for Critical Infrastructures using Generative AI and Digital Twins

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Robotics
Introduction and Background. The rapid integration of emerging technologies such as generative artificial intelligence (GAI), digital twins, blockchain, and the internet of things (IoT) is revolutionizing complex systems in various industries. Read more

Wave devouring propulsion for marine decarbonisation PhD

This exciting fully funded PhD is sponsored by EPSRC, with an enhanced stipend of £20,000 per annum (with fees covered). This project will develop the new technology for wave-based thrust harvesting for various floating platforms for marine decarbonisation. . Read more

Bio-inspired Immersive Technology: Enhancing Well-being for the Visually Impaired

We envision a future where individuals with visual impairment (VI) can fully engage with the environment, having immersive experiences without relying on vision, just like dolphins and bats. Read more
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Artificial intelligence to Building Energy Systems for Next Generation Control Strategies

HVAC accounts for 60-70% of all end user energy in buildings. Despite advanced in. solar/thermal technologies there has been no real reduction in consumption across. Read more

Photo-chemical adaptive integrated circuits for next generation neuromorphic computing

Neuromorphic computing, i.e., an approach to information processing inspired in basic morphology and working principles of the brain, is a rapidly growing area of research due to the availability of high-speed hardware and need for artificial intelligence (AI) systems across a wide range of applications. Read more

Aero-Engine Experimental Aerodynamics PhD

This is a full funded PhD (fees and bursary) in propulsion system aerodynamics in collaboration with Rolls-Royce and EPSRC. Fundamental understanding of aerodynamic flows is at the heart of aero-engine design and a key research area is the ability to measure complex flow fields. Read more

Soft Flexible and Stretchable Energy Storage Device Development

Hybrid energy storage offers multiple advantages in electrochemical energy storage especially for portable electronic gadgets and autonomous systems due to its high energy and power density. Read more

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