Funding is available to UK or EU students only. The successful applicant must hold a first degree (minimum upper second class) in Materials Science, Physics, Mechanical Engineering or related discipline. Experience in electron microscopy and/or diffraction techniques will be advantageous. Applications should be made via the University of Birmingham online application system , including a full CV, a covering letter that describes your experience and suitability for the PhD, and the names of two people who can provide a letter of reference.
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 Collins, D.M., Erinosho, T., Dunne, F.P.E., Todd, R.I., Connolley, T., Mostafavi, M., Kupfer, H., Wilkinson, AJ., A synchrotron X-ray diffraction study of non-proportional strain-path effects, Acta Materialia 124 (2017) 290-304.
 Collins, D.M. Mostafavi, M., Todd, R.I., Connolley, T., Wilkinson, A.J., A synchrotron X-ray diffraction study of in situ biaxial deformation, Acta Materialia 90 (2015) 46-58 2015.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 29.10
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