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Processing and characterisation of Ti-Fe alloys as hydrogen storage materials from New Zealand feedstocks

Green hydrogen will become a pivotal vector to carry and store renewable energy in a future net-zero carbon world. Ti-Fe alloys demonstrate high hydrogen uptake at ambient conditions and are an attractive candidate material for stationary bulk hydrogen storage applications. Read more
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Leveraging craft knowledge and AI towards waste-free, digital manufacturing processes

The department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath is inviting applications for the following fully funded PhD project, expected to commence as soon as possible and before September 2023. Read more

Crystallography of Advanced Inorganic Materials

This PhD project focusses on state-of-the-art structural characterisation of new advanced materials in single crystal form. Single crystals of functional materials can provide a wealth of structural and physical information to the materials chemist that is unavailable or hard to obtain from polycrystalline samples. Read more

Irradiation Behaviour of Advanced Nano-Structured Alloys for Fusion Energy, with UKAEA

A funded 3.5-year UK 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 tax-free stipend of £15,285 per year. Read more

Advanced scattering techniques for the investigation of irradiation damage in nuclear fusion materials

The aim of this PhD project, co-sponsored by the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)/Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE), is to contribute to understanding of degradation of Fe-Cr alloys and ferritic-martensitic steel (Eurofer steel) under radiation as it is invaluable for the development of fusion reactors, especially for the assessment of its structural integrity. Read more

Dispersion strengthened alloys for automotive engineering

Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology (BCAST). PhD Studentship . Applications are invited for a PhD studentship for the project “Dispersion strengthened alloys for automotive engineering”. Read more
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