Funding is offered to support a PhD starting in April, July or September 2019. The duration of the studentship is for 3 years and covers both tuition fees and a stipend at RCUK-standard rate.
An applicant should have:
• A first-class or upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline, such as mechanical/aerospace/civil engineering, material science or physics.
• Background or knowledge of Solid Mechanics, Finite Element Method and Composite Materials or relevant.
• Experience in computer programming (e.g. Matlab, Python, C++)
• Experience in finite element modelling (e.g. Abaqus)
• Good communication skills and time management.