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Nottingham Trent University, School of Science & Technology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Development of a meta-heuristic algorithm for MOF crystal structure prediction

Functional porous materials based on two- and three-dimensional coordination polymers are conceptually the result of a fantastic Lego game. Indeed, their crystalline framework is the result of the arrangement of elementary components. Read more

The effect of prosthetic shape and stiffness on the biomechanics of people with lower limb amputation

Lower limb loss is a growing problem worldwide and is predicted to get worse. For example,  approximately 1% of the U.S. population are predicted to have limb loss by 2050, based on approximately 10% of the current population being at risk of amputation. Read more

DIGITAL TWINS’ APPLICATION IN INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

Intelligent Transport Systems is a new transportation system that aims to resolve a variety of road traffic issues, such as traffic accidents and congestion, by linking people, roads, and vehicles in an information and communications network via cutting-edge technologies. Read more

Bismuth Based Antimicrobial Agents to Combat Antibiotic Resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a growing threat to human health worldwide. The proliferation of ‘superbugs’, bacteria which are resistant to almost all current antibiotics, will cause substantial global mortality due to untreatable infections in the near future1, so new antimicrobial drugs are urgently required. Read more

Design of human artificial hip joint replacements with a wear control system

Total hip replacement surgery is a treatment for end-stage arthritis to regain joint functions and relieve pain. There are above 100,000 hip prostheses implanted annually in the UK, and this number is still growing along with the ageing population. Read more

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