Join a cohort of 19 students from a variety of science and engineering disciplines to undertake a world-leading combination of training activities and doctoral research, working across the four world-leading partner universities in the AMSCDT. The training activities will take place in both the UK and Ireland, while the PhD research project will be carried out at Dublin City University or University College Dublin.
The processing of metallic materials including the monitoring of part build, materials modelling, metology etc. A second aspect of the research is to evaluate the application of advanced digital technologies within the processing of metallic materials. This includes data analytics, cognitive computing, augmented reality (AR), VR, and the Industrial internet of things (IIoT) within the manufacturing environment
Students will receive an annual stipend (tax free) of €18,500. Each student will receive a high-end laptop as well as generous travel budget.