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We have 11 Queen Mary University of London, School of Engineering and Materials Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 11 Queen Mary University of London, School of Engineering and Materials Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Dynamics of drops with adsorbed bio-surfactants

There is a global need to study the dynamics of complex fluid drops. Understanding the dynamics of drops containing nano-suspensions or with bio-surfactants that are fully adsorbed on the drop surface can allow us, for example, to break the limitations on the materials that can be printed. Read more
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Machine leaning models to predict the risk of preterm birth

The integrity of the fetal membranes that surrounds the baby in the womb during pregnancy is vital for normal development. Once the fetal membranes have ruptured or are damaged, they fail to heal leaving a defect until the end of pregnancy. Read more
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Prediction of battery cooling processes in electric vehicles by Physics-Informed Neural Networks

Battery thermal management (BTM) is an ongoing major challenge hindering the wide application of electric vehicles (EV). It is well established that batteries can operate optimally only in a small temperature range, while there are a number of time-dependent factors that can heavily influence battery temperature. Read more
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Nanobioarrays to screen for modulators of mechanosensing in heart failure

Heart failure (HF) is a major cause of death in the UK. New therapies are urgently needed but their development has been hindered by the still limited understanding of the biological basis. Read more
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Uncovering The Nanoscale Biophysics of Cutaneous Fibrosis

Pathological fibrotic scarring of the skin affects >100 million people every year and conditions related to organ fibrosis contribute to 45% of death worldwide. Read more
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Membrane Separation in API Manufacture – Scoping and Performance Prediction

Separations are widely acknowledged to constitute 50-70% of the capital and operating costs of chemical processes. Membranes have been shown to offer significant potential improvements, offering major reductions in energy and reducing the high process mass intensity. Read more
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Advanced PEEK Membranes

Organic Solvent Nanofiltration (OSN) separates molecules present in solutions of organic solvents. In OSN, a pressure gradient is applied across a solvent stable nanoporous film, inducing transport of liquid across the film. Read more
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Next generation organ-chip models – integrating 3D mechano-predictive environments

An organ-chip is a micro-scale engineered system, recreating the architecture, functions and physiochemical environment of living human organs, enabling an in vitro exploration of organ health, drivers of disease, and enabling the testing of new therapeutics. Read more
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