Funding: The project forms part of the “Prosperity Partnership” collaborative research award between EPSRC, AkzoNobel and the Universities of Manchester, Sheffield and Liverpool. Home fees will be paid (in 2019/2020 this is £4,327). The project is open to non-EU and EU students but only home fees will be paid. Students will receive a stipend of a minimum of £16,000 per year.
Applicants should have or expect to achieve at least a 2.1 honours degree in Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or an aligned subject. An interest in metallurgy, microstructure and analytical microscopy would be an advantage.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 44.00
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