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Materials Science (innovation) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Structural health monitoring for floating offshore wind turbine.
  Dr Y Shi
Application Deadline: 29 August 2019

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Renewable wind energy has seen increasing adoption due to technological maturity, established infrastructure and relative cost competitiveness, which positions it amongst the preferred paradigms to deal with the energy crisis and environmental issues.
  Lightweight composite structures for high-performance applications
  Dr F Martinez-Hergueta, Dr F Teixeira-Dias
Application Deadline: 30 August 2019

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Williams Advanced Engineering Limited (“Williams”) is the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group (https://www.williamsf1.com/advanced-engineering).
  EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecules to Product

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50 funded PhD studentships will be available over the next 5 years for UK and EU students. The Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecules to Product will train tomorrow's research leaders with the skills and know-how in designing, characterising and developing the next generation of chemical and material based products.
  Mobile robotic chemists for complex formulations (iCase joint with Unilever Research)
  Prof A I Cooper
Application Deadline: 18 March 2020

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Description. Mobile robotics are an emerging approach for the discovery of complex materials. This studentship will focus on the development of these methods in the context of complex, multicomponent formulations.
  How passive diffusivity in cells can be a function of protein diffusant’s physiochemical properties
  Dr R Bearon, Prof Y-C Lin
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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Precise regulation of protein distribution and dynamics is vital for cellular functions and organization. Defects in protein transport have been implicated in degenerative and neoplastic diseases.
  Robot grasping and manipulation for materials discovery in a chemistry lab
  Dr S Luo, Prof A Cooper
Application Deadline: 31 August 2019

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New materials are the foundation of the development of key technologies such as advanced batteries for electric vehicles, solar cells, catalysts for clean energy, and more.
  Prediction of sustainability performance of ionic liquids using a group contribution framework
  Dr R Cuellar-Franca, Dr C Avendano, Prof C Hardacre
Applications accepted all year round

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The versatility and wide range of applications of ionic liquids (ILs) offer industry with endless possibilities for sustainable innovation.
  Developing a sizing methodology for women’s sports compression garments
  Research Group: Textiles and Apparel
  Dr K Brubacher
Applications accepted all year round

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This project will look to develop sizing systems suitable for sports compression garments. Sports compression garments (SCGs) are skin-tight, elastic garments that are designed to apply pressure to the underlying body with the aim to improve exercise performance and recovery.
  Evolving novel and unconventional methods for making precise angstrom capillaries using 2D materials, and exploring molecular separation through them
  Dr R Boya
Applications accepted all year round

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Angstrom-scale pores and capillaries have been studied intensively because of their importance in many natural phenomena and use in numerous applications.
  EPSRC Oxford Centre for Doctoral Training in Inorganic Chemistry for Future Manufacturing (OxICFM)

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The Oxford Inorganic Chemistry for Future Manufacturing Centre for Doctoral Training (OxICFM CDT) is a new £10.4m EPSRC-funded centre that will train the next generation of scientists in the synthesis of inorganic molecules and materials.
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