Optimal search strategies for automated, robotic material discovery
Dr J Fearnley, Prof A Cooper
Applications accepted all year round
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found. New functional materials are central to society but they can be hard to find in the laboratory because of the astronomical search space that is defined by the available atomic and molecular building blocks.
Geometry and topology for a continuous similarity between crystals
Dr V Kurlin
24 March 2019
The vision of the project is to transform materials discovery into a routine computational task. Materials discovery still needs a lot of human expertise, trial-and-error and even pure luck, because there is no rigorous theory to guide an efficient search in the huge space of all theoretically possible materials.
Uncertainty characterisation of ground motion from large earthquakes in urban areas
Dr M De Angelis, Dr B Edwards
23 February 2019
The URBASIS-EU project aims to provide a multi-disciplinary training platform for young scientists in order to develop their individual project and to promote their entrepreneurship and their employability toward the academic, private and insurance or decision-making sector.
Uncertainty quantification in digital twin engineering
Dr S Ferson, Dr M De Angelis
15 March 2019
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE TO THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, PROVIDING THE PROJECT TITLE, NAME OF THE PRIMARY SUPERVISOR AND SELECT THE PROGRAMME CODE "EGPR" (PHD - SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING).
PhD Industrial CASE studentship in computational modelling of the Human Microbiome
Prof F Falciani, Dr AC Darby
15 March 2019
Project title. - Development and application of computational network approaches for modelling the Human Microbiome. We offer a PhD studentship focusing on the development and application of computational network approaches for modelling the Human Microbiome1,2.