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  Dr D Damian  Applications accepted all year round  Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

The University of Sheffield's Biomedical Robotics Laboratory within the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering invites applications for a PhD Scholarship on Resilient Robotic Implants from talented and excellent graduates.

The project’s mission is to develop bionic and biomedical robots that support sustained autonomous operation for long-term adaptive healthcare. Our group has expertise in design, fabrication, control and evaluation of these biomedical robots in pre-clinical trials. This is an exciting opportunity to join two internationally leading research groups and conduct medical robotics research in an interdisciplinary project involving engineers, scientists and clinicians. The project will be in collaboration with the local and international hospitals and research groups.

Candidates are expected to have a background in one of the following fields: Mechanical Engineering, Robotics, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering, Material Engineering, Control, Bioengineering or a related field.

Start date is as soon as possible and by no later than October 2021.


Funding Notes

Applicants should have, or expect to achieve a first UK honours degree or equivalent qualifications gained outside the UK in an appropriate area of study. Applicants with other qualifications or experience should contact the Department’s PGR Support Team on [Email Address Removed], so that your eligibility can be verified.
The position is funded for 3.5 years and include a Research Training and Support Grant. Nationality and residency eligibility are according to EPSRC requirements.
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