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Manufacturing PhD Projects in Birmingham

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  Designing step changes in alloy ductility via novel fabrication routes
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  Exploiting formability in ultra-lightweight magnesium alloys
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  Development of innovative additives targeting glazed ceramic surfaces
  Prof P Fryer, Dr Z Zhang
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
EPSRC supported PhD with Integrated Studies. Development of innovative additives targeting glazed ceramic surfaces. Company title(s).
  Novel high temperature capable electromagnetic materials for Rolls-Royce
  Prof J Binner
Applications accepted all year round
This project is funded by the UK’s Ministry of Defence and involves Rolls Royce and the University of Birmingham. It is a PhD studentship that is focused on developing new materials that both possess specific electromagnetic properties and are also capable of withstanding high temperatures.
  Modelling reactions between Ti-alloys and ceramic shells in turbine component castings
  Dr N Warnken, Prof S Blackburn, Prof N Green
Applications accepted all year round
Future jet engines will have to be lighter and more fuel efficient. A major contribution to this will come from creating lighter rotating parts, which are still being able to endure extremely high temperatures.
  Developing Algorithms for Intelligent Predictive Manufacturing Systems
  Dr M Saadat
Applications accepted all year round
The project involves developing intelligent algorithms for predictive manufacturing systems applied to shopfloor operations and/or supply chain within a manufacturing enterprise.
  Robotic Micro-manipulation of Cells
  Dr M Saadat
Applications accepted all year round
The project involves the design and build of a prototype robot used for the manipulation of micro-sized objects such as biological cells.
  Robotic Rehabilitation of Lower Limb
  Dr M Saadat
Applications accepted all year round
The project involves the design of a novel control system for a 6 degrees of freedom parallel robot.
  Robotic disassembly as a key enabler of remanufacturing
  Prof D T Pham
Applications accepted all year round
A key step in remanufacturing is disassembly of the “core”. As it is complex, disassembly tends to be manually executed and is labour intensive.
  Novel Design and Additive Manufacture: applying fundamental concepts to solve industrial and clinical problems
  Dr L Thomas-Seale
Applications accepted all year round
The biomedical engineering research group in the School of Engineering, University of Birmingham develop novel design and additive manufacturing technologies by drawing innovation from nature and applying fundamental concepts to solve industrial and clinical problems.
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