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Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 262 Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Understanding the role of alloying additions in the development of high-performance strain-induced precipitation hardenable AA6xxx series aluminium alloys

Applications are invited for one full-time EPSRC Industrial CASE (ICASE) PhD studentship for the project “Understanding the role of alloying additions in the development of high-performance strain-induced precipitation hardenable AA6xxx series aluminium alloys”, at Brunel University London, starting from 1st October 2024. Read more

Nanoscale chemical characterisation of high strength Al-6XXX produced with recycled aluminium

Applications are invited for one full-time EPSRC Industrial CASE (ICASE) PhD studentship for the project “Nanoscale chemical characterisation of high strength Al-6XXX produced with recycled aluminium”, at Brunel University London, starting from 1st October 2024. Read more

Material investigation of living biogenic hydrogels towards artificial biofilms

About the stegbauerlab. The mission of the stegbauerlab at the Biogenic Engineering Materials group at TU Bergakademie Freiberg is to transform materials and the environment by emulating the way nature builds. Read more

Novel interphases for ceramic composites: a high-throughput approach

The Department of Materials at Imperial College London, as part of the new CDT in Materials 4.0, is looking for a candidate to undertake a PhD project in the field of Ceramic Matrix Composites for the next generation of aero-engines and fusion reactors. Read more

Developing multifunctional biomaterials: an anti-infective and pro-endothelialisation polymer graft

This project is one of 14 four year PhD Studentships funded by Medical Research Scotland (MRS) (https://www.medicalresearchscotland.org.uk) to be delivered jointly by the named University and External Partner Organisation (EPO). Read more

Investigation into the Impact of Material Properties on the Gas Transport Behaviour of Polyolefin Materials

The sustainable use of polymeric materials is underpinned by ensuring long service life in all industries and applications. Understanding durability requires research into the effects of both manufacturing methods and environmental storage conditions on the material properties and performance over time. Read more

PhD project: Developing non-critical raw materials-based electrocatalysts for green hydrogen generation from wastewater

  Research Group: CDT in Green Industrial Futures
The project focuses on the development of cost-effective electrocatalysts derived from non-critical raw materials, aiming to replace expensive platinum group metals in the electrolysis process. Read more

PhD project: Digital twin for decarbonising industry using hydrogen and low-carbon energy vectors

  Research Group: CDT in Green Industrial Futures
The candidate will work closely with industry to develop digital twin solutions for incorporating renewable energy options in industrial clusters, such as hydrogen, batteries, solar, wind and heat-pumps, for deep decarbonisation. Read more

PhD project: Sustainable production of chemicals and aviation fuels

  Research Group: CDT in Green Industrial Futures
Large scale deployments of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and integration with green hydrogen are a promising pathway to produce value-added chemicals and sustainable aviation fuels. Read more

Sustainable processes – reducing single use plastics in healthcare

The burden of medical plastic waste has become an increasingly pressing concern in recent years. The healthcare industry relies heavily on single-use plastic items due to their convenience and hygiene factors, but this has led to a significant environmental problem. Read more

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