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PhD Studentship: Development of Haptic Interfaces for Medical Robotics

   School of Engineering and Informatics

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  Dr Carlo Tiseo  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

PhD project

The scope of the project is the development of mechatronics tools to attach to robotics arms for medical robotics (e.g., Rehabilitation, Diagnostics, and Surgery) to enhance the haptic experience of the users. Therefore, you will be tasked to develop the tools, test them, and work with the other researchers in the group to integrate them into the robot arms.  

Medical robotsare designed to operate around frail humans safely; we are looking for a PhD student to work on the development of mechatronics interfaces to be mounted on robot arms to perform multiple medical tasks. This research is part of a larger project aiming to design modular medical robots that can perform various medical tasks and be reprogrammed directly from the medical personnel. In other words, a robot capable of performing ultrasound scans, rehabilitation, or minor procedures depending on the clinical needs. 


The stipend and fee waiver is available to: Home, Eu and Overseas. 

Eligible candidates will have a 2:1 degree or equivalent in a related field. 

How to apply

Apply online for a full time PhD in Engineering using our step-by-step guide ( Here you will also find details of our entry requirements. 

Please clearly state on your application form that you are applying for the Development of Haptic Interfaces for Medical Robotics Scholarship, under the supervision of Dr Carlo Tiseo 

Contact us

Please contact Dr Carlo Tiseo ([Email Address Removed]) for any queries related to the PhD project and please contact [Email Address Removed] for any queries related to the admissions process. 


Application deadline: 31st October 2022

Start date: January 2023

Funding Notes

You will receive a tax-free stipend at a standard rate of £16,062 per year for 3.5 years and a research training grant of £2,000 for the 3.5-year duration. In addition, your fees will be waived for 3.5 years up to the overseas rate.
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