The automotive, aerospace, offshore wind and manufacturing sectors are looking for much improved performance envelope electric machines and drives to underpin ambitions plans for market electrification.
This university PhD project offers an exciting opportunity to pursue advanced research within the Photon Science Institute and the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Manchester.
Background. The discovery of graphene and first studies of its electrical and optical properties initiated the search of other two-dimensional (2D) materials with the properties complementing those of graphene.
The SpiNNaker project aims to deliver a computing system that incorporates a million embedded ARM processors with the objective of supporting simulations of very large-scale systems of spiking neurons in real time.