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Materials Science (titanium) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Wear and biological safety of dental titanium implants (GCRF)
  Dr X Chen, Dr J Gough, Dr X Fan
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Titanium implant is the most widely accepted and successfully used type of implant. Despite a high success rate, failures associate with toxicity of particles release from implant system via wear have been reported1,2.
  Optimising Mechanical Performance of Additively Manufactured (3D Printed) Titanium Alloys
  Dr M Kartal, Dr Amir Siddiq
Applications accepted all year round

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Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a common term used to describe the technology in which three-dimensional (3D) objects are fabricated by successive layers of material.
  The Influence of Combined Oxidation and Fatigue on the Endurance of Titanium Alloys.
  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
  Prof P Prangnell, Dr J Fonseca
Application Deadline: 31 March 2020

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Project description High performance titanium alloys are being increasingly used in advanced airframes where elevated temperatures are experienced (e.g.
  PhD in Bcc Titanium Superalloys for Aerospace Gas Turbines
  Dr S Knowles
Applications accepted all year round

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A funded 3-year UK/EU PhD studentship is available in the group of Dr Sandy Knowles within the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham, with a stipend of at least £14,777 per year (industrial top up of ~£2000 expected).
  Understanding microtexture effects on the properties of Ti forgings.
  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems CDT
  Dr P Shanthraj, Dr J Fonseca
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Modern passenger aircraft are constructed from a combination of high performance lightweight materials, such as carbon fibre composites, aluminium, and titanium.
  Ultrasonic Imaging of Titanium Alloy Textures
  Dr K Tant
Applications accepted all year round

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Applications are invited for a research studentship in the field of ultrasonic non-destructive evaluation (NDE), leading to the award of an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) degree.
  Step into the unknown: modelling titanium alloys at extreme conditions
  Dr A Bartok-Partay
Applications accepted all year round

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Titanium alloys are very popular in industrial and medical applications due to their excellent mechanical and chemical properties.
  Adhesion of Tissues to Percutaneous Implants
  Dr M Roldo, Prof G Blunn, Dr G Tozzi
Application Deadline: 23 February 2020

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Applications are invited for a fully funded three-year PhD to commence in October 2020. The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Science and Health and will be supervised by Dr Marta Roldo, Prof Gordon Blunn and Dr Gianluca Tozzi.
  Comparing the effect of two different implant surface technologies on successful osseointegration in over-prepared osteotomy sites with reduced primary stability.
  Dr S Shahdad
Applications accepted all year round

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Background. Research leading to the development of newer dental implant materials as well as understanding the cellular and acellular healing mechanisms between implant surface and surrounding hard and soft tissues have been in progress for over six decades.
  (A*STAR) Next generation (ultra-)high-strength ductile alloys through additive manufacturing
  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
  Dr E Jimenez-Melero, Prof G Burke
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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The aim is to design and manufacture the next generation metastable alloys by an additive manufacturing approach, i.e. by selective laser melting, so as to yield simulatenously (ultra-) high levels of mechanical strength and ductility not achievable by conventional metallurgical approaches.
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