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  An investigation into Soft Tissue Biomechanics Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
  Dr M Lappa
Applications accepted all year round

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Aim of the present project is the modelling and numerical simulation of soft-tissue growth in rotating bioreactors and related morphological evolution.
  CNT/cement nanocomposite materials for structural applications for buildings
  Prof M Limbachiya, Dr H Hadavinia
Applications accepted all year round

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Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with remarkable mechanical and electrical properties have been used for enhancement of mechanical properties of polymer matrix materials but its capability for enhancement of cement based materials has not been widely explored yet.
  Silicon nanostructures for synergetic applications in energy harvesting and storage (CHAOYU19SF)
  Dr Y Chao, Prof S Meech
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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Silicon is an attractive material for anodes in energy storage devices, owing to ten times the theoretical capacity of its state-of-the-art carbonaceous counterpart and low working potential.
  Guaranteeing Reliability for IoT Edge Computing Systems
  Dr V Pavlidis
Applications accepted all year round

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Typical IoT Edge devices collect data from several sensors and may also control several actuators depending on the target application.
  Atomic level structure and magnetic properties of MRAM
  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
  Prof Y Xu
Applications accepted all year round

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As a new generation solid-state memory technology, the Magnetic Radom Access Memory (MRAM) is one of the most promising technologies for data storage, which storages data as a spin state rather than electrical charge.
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