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University of Birmingham, School of Metallurgy & Materials PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  4D Printing of Magnetic Smart Materials (UK-France DSTL-funded PhD Project)
  Prof M Attallah
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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Applications are invited from graduates with a first class, or upper second-class degree in an appropriate discipline such as, materials science and engineering, physics or mechanical engineering for a PhD project on the discovery, 3D printing, and characterisation of smart magnetic structures.
  A fully funded Faraday Institution studentship (PhD) in vision-guided robotics
  Prof R Stolkin, Dr A Rastegarpanah
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019

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About the Extreme Robotics Lab. The University of Birmingham Extreme Robotics Lab, is one of the leading university robotics labs in Europe dedicated to practical applications of robotics and AI to extreme environments.
  A microstructure-informed model to predict the deformation and shear bands formed during a nickel superalloy machining operation
  Dr H Basoalto
Applications accepted all year round

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The School of Metallurgy and Materials is seeking a high calibre candidate for a PhD studentship in materials modelling.
  Computational Structure Prediction of Energy Materials
  Dr A Morris
Applications accepted all year round

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A 3-year UK/EU PhD student-ship is available in the group of Dr Andrew J. Morris who has recently relocated to the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham.
  Designing step changes in alloy ductility via novel fabrication routes
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  Development and application of 3D X-ray Diffraction for the study of phase transformations in metallic materials
  Dr D Collins, Dr T Connolley
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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Studentship Overview. A 4-year PhD studentship (UK/EU candidates only) is offered in a jointly funded Diamond Light Source – University of Birmingham project.
  Exploiting formability in ultra-lightweight magnesium alloys
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  ICase PhD Studentship - Discovery, Processing and Characterisation of Reactive Structures
  Prof M Attallah
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019

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Applications are invited from graduates with a first class, or upper second-class degree in an appropriate discipline such as, materials science and engineering, physics or mechanical engineering for a PhD project on the discovery, additive processing, and characterisation of reactive structures.
  Li-ion Batteries; Recovery and Reconditioning
  Prof E Kendrick
Applications accepted all year round

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A fully funded 4-year Faraday Institution studentship (PhD) is available in the School of Metallurgy and Materials, at the University of Birmingham under the supervision of Prof Emma Kendrick.
  Modelling reactions between Ti-alloys and ceramic shells in turbine component castings
  Dr N Warnken, Prof S Blackburn, Prof N Green
Applications accepted all year round

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Future jet engines will have to be lighter and more fuel efficient. A major contribution to this will come from creating lighter rotating parts, which are still being able to endure extremely high temperatures.
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