Studentships are fully funded by The University of Manchester and will provide a stipend (currently £14,777 pa), training support fee and UK/EU tuition fees for 3.5 years. Formal training is offered through partnership between the Universities of Manchester and Liverpool in both subject specific and transferable skills to the entire PhD cohort and at each University through local Faculty training programmes. Candidates from the UK and European Union are eligible for full studentship awards.
There will be a fixed date of 26th February 2019 for interviews; successful candidates will be invited by 19th February.
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Sellers, W., I., Hirasaki, E. (2018). Quadrupedal locomotor simulation: producing more realistic gaits using dual-objective optimization. Royal Society open science 5 (3), 171836.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 42.13
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