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  Interface formation in injection overmoulding of composite structures for aerospace and automotive applications
  Dr M Ali Aravand
Applications accepted all year round

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Composite injection overmoulding or hybrid injection moulding is a recently developed manufacturing technique which enables fabrication of parts combining the strength and stiffness of continuous fibre reinforced composites with the complexity and high production rate of injection moulded components.
  Four-year EngD scholarship with the National Composites Centre: Exploitation of Novel Material Technologies (ExMaT)
  Prof IK Partridge
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Faculty/School/Department. Faculty of Engineering (University of Bristol). Location. National Composites Centre, Bristol (BS16 7FS).
  Automotive crowdsourcing
  Prof J Giacomin
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Problem Statement. Among innovation experts crowdsourcing is considered to be a highly cost effective manner for businesses to connect with their customers, identify new design concepts and outsource work.
  2D material enhanced nonlinear integrated photonics (EPS2020/19)
  Dr M Ferrera
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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PhD Type

The project focuses on studying the nonlinear optical properties of numerous 2D materials and how to interface them with low-loss integrated photonics for the creation of novel ultra-fast all-optical devices.
  3D laser beam shaping
  Dr R Carter, Dr J D Shephard
Applications accepted all year round

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Combining 2D beam shaping elements (including refractive and diffractive elements) with bespoke focussing optics to shape a laser beam though the entire focal volume rather than in a single focal plane.
  Advanced RF device technologies for global wireless networks (EPS2020/38)
  Prof J Hong
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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The project aims to develop new concepts and novel designs of RF front-end components deploying emerging material and manufacturing technologies for global wireless networks.
  Biorefining of seafood processing waste (EPS2020/46)
  Dr S R Euston
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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Waste from the processing of fish or shellfish contains a range of valuable co-products (including proteins, oil, carotenoids, carbohydrates and minerals).
  Modelling growth, deposition and breakage of dynamic particle structures (EPS2020/52)
  Dr V Francia
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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Investigation of the structure of cohesive powders under various flow regimes. Combining AI driven tools with state-of-the-art computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and discrete element methods (DEM), we will look into how dynamic particle structures form in complex systems.
  Nature Inspired Surgical Tools (EPS2020/44)
  Prof M Desmulliez
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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PhD Type

The stings of insects provide a wealth of information on how to design and manufacture better cutting surgical tools. By close examination of specimen obtained from museums, lessons from the profiles of stings of insects will be applied towards the manufacture and tests of novel surgical blades.
  Innovation readiness of public sector procurement practices in the construction industry (Advert Reference: SF19/EE/MCE/SAMWINGA)
  Dr V Samwinga, Prof D Greenwood
Applications accepted all year round

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Carillion’s collapse in January 2018, which will cost taxpayers at least £148 million and affected up to 30,000 subsidiary businesses, has intensified debate over the effectiveness of UK public procurement practices and how risk is dealt with.
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