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Mechanistic design of effective pharmaceutical cocrystal formulations

It is estimated that more than 70 percent of the compounds in the pharmaceutical pipeline can be poorly water-soluble. Since solid drug forms must dissolve before absorption can occur, strategies to improve drug solubility and dissolution are a continuous need. Read more

PhD in Development of an advanced microstructural model for strip steel phase transformation behaviour using sensor signal feedback

Can we characterise a steels microstructure, in real-time during industrial processing non-destructively (i.e. without the need to section and use microscopy) and use this information within microstructural development models? This will be the objective for the successful PhD candidate. Read more

PhD Towards better structural steels sections: optimisation of high frequency induction welded line pipe products

Steel is the most widely-used structural material in the world. If a product isn’t made of steel it’s made using steel. Steel is at the heart of UK manufacturing sectors such as the car industry, construction, packaging and energy. Read more

PhD in Deep Learning for Autonomous Digital Manufacturing

Machine learning/deep learning (ML/DL) is an important enabler for advancements of modern smart factory automation driven by web of distributed sensing, communications, and control intelligence. Read more

Sustainable carbon nanomaterials for electrochemical energy conversion in hydrogen fuel cells

The Hydrogen Economy will help to shift society away from fossil fuels and contribute to decarbonisation. Electrochemical processes are at the heart of the hydrogen economy providing a means to convert renewable energy into green hydrogen via electrolysis or converting hydrogen into electrical power using fuel cells. Read more

Nanocellulose as a sustainable electrolyte for electrochemical energy conversion

The Hydrogen Economy will help to shift society away from fossil fuels and contribute to decarbonisation. Polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis (PEMWE) can convert renewable energy into green hydrogen, whilst polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) convert hydrogen into electrical power. Read more

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