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Mechatronics PhD Research Projects for Non-European Students

We have 40 Mechatronics PhD Research Projects for Non-European Students

Formal Verification of Robot Swarms

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

SALE-Auto: Safety Assurance for Learning-Enabled Autonomous Systems

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

Python Program Model-Checking/Verifying Python Agents

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

Formal Verification of Robot Teams or Human-Robot Interaction

CRADLE is an EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership that brings together the industrial experience that Jacobs have in applied robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) with the research expertise at the University of Manchester in this field. Read more

Smart Tissue Expander for Breast Reconstruction (STEBR)

After mastectomy, tissue expansion is a crucial part of breast reconstruction. However, current tissue expanders are not optimally designed to promote tissue growth, through uneven and inconsistent stretching of the skin. Read more

Artificial Evolution with Miniature Robots

​​Evolutionary robotics is a vibrant new sub-discipline of robotics which looks to adapt the processes which shape life on earth to the development of novel engineering systems. Read more

Bio-inspired flocking control for the autonomous and electric vehicles (AEVs) fleet in disaster response operations

Efficient disaster response operations demand well-coordinated and mobile resources to minimise casualties and property damage. Autonomous and electric vehicles (AEVs) have emerged as a promising solution to enhance disaster response fleets. Read more

Power electronic converters for hybrid energy storage and EV charging

Supervisory Team: Prof Suleiman Sharkh, Prof Andrew Cruden, Prof Richard Wills. Project description. Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship to investigate power electronic converters integrating energy storage and renewable generation into EV charging stations. Read more

Development of an autonomous mobile robotic system for agriculture applications

This project aims to design and develop a Mobile Robotic System which will autonomously and safely navigate within an agriculture setting to monitor and respond to key sensor data of moisture and temperature to optimise particular farming tasks to support farmers and reduce risks of contamination and/or infection. Read more
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Aero-engine nacelle aerodynamics and optimisation PhD

This is a full funded PhD (fees and bursary) in propulsion system aerodynamics in collaboration with Rolls-Royce and EPSRC. The focus of the research is on the aerodynamic design and optimisation of aero-engine nacelles and the integration with the airframe. Read more

Fully Funded PhD Scholarship in Continuous epilepsy monitoring using low power sensors & TinyML at the Discipline of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Application(s) are invited from suitably qualified candidates for full-time funded PhD scholarship(s) starting in September, 2024 affiliated to the Discipline of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the University of Galway. Read more
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PhD studentship in Mechanical Engineering - Project VISION: Evaluating and modelling the performance characteristics of intraocular forceps

Award Summary. 100% home-fees covered, and a minimum tax-free annual living allowance of £18,622 (2023/24 UKRI rate). This studentship will be based in the Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in the new Stephenson Building at Newcastle University. Read more
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PhD in Mechanical Engineering Project TEAR: Developing super-miniature sensors to measure vitreoretinal traction during vitrectomy

Award Summary. 100% fees covered, and a minimum tax-free annual living allowance of £18,622 (2023/24 UKRI rate). This studentship is open to home and international applicants and will be based in the Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in the new Stephenson Building at Newcastle University. Read more

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