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We have 16 Software Engineering (structural) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Behaviour of additive manufactured aluminium alloy structural components

Additive manufacturing or more commonly known as 3D printing is a manufacturing process that creates three dimensional objects from a CAD model and allows designers to achieve versatile complex and optimised designs whilst minimising waste and labour costs. Read more

PhD in Intelligent Cyber-Physical Connectors for Digital Twins of Steel Pipes and Structural Hollow Sections

  Research Group: Materials and Manufacturing
Sponsor Company. Tata Steel. Start Date. September/October 2020. ABOUT THE PROJECT. 45% of global emissions is caused by how we make and use products. Read more

Exploiting advanced methods for protein structure prediction

Protein structural information is crucial for an understanding of protein function and evolution. Currently, there is only experimental data for a tiny fraction of the protein universe. Read more

Simulation of people intervention scenarios in flooding emergency

This project is ideal for a driven individual with a passion for computing. The successful candidate will build upon a new 'flood-people simulator' developed by the Sheffield Water Research group and in collaboration with the Sheffield Visual Computing group (. Read more

Understanding Rate Effects In Geomaterials

Concrete is often used as a material of choice when designing civilian systems to withstand the effect of explosions or high velocity projectiles, such as might be generated by the detonation of a terrorist vehicle bomb. Read more

Developing crashworthy cellular composites using machine learning

The global transition to zero-emission vehicles has sparked an increasing demand for lightweight and crashworthy structural materials to improve operational efficiency and meet safety regulations. Read more

Boundary stabilization of fluid flows

The latest developments in complex sensing and actuation systems for fluid flow applications coupled with the availability of high-performance embedded computational platforms, which can deliver over a hundred-gigaflop performance rates, has made it feasible to develop advanced boundary control systems for fluid flow applications. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Geospatial Systems - 4 year PhD Studentships

University of Nottingham and Newcastle University, supported by Ordnance Survey, invites high-quality applications from UK and EU nationals for three fully funded 4-year (1+3) PhDs in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Geospatial Systems for September 2020 entry. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Geospatial Systems - 4 year PhD Studentships

University of Nottingham and Newcastle University, supported by Ordnance Survey, invites high-quality applications from UK and EU nationals for three fully funded 4-year (1+3) PhDs in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Geospatial Systems for September 2020 entry. Read more

Artificial Intelligence and Optimisation in multi-pass Weld Modelling and Additive Manufacturing of Thick-Section Ferritic Steel Components

Manufacturing of thick-section components for nuclear power plants involves the use of pedigree materials, some of them undergoing metallurgical phase transformations, and welding techniques that are multi-pass arc welds with conventional groove preparation, multipass welds with innovative narrow-groove preparation or innovative beam welds. Read more

3d Computational Limit Analysis Of Masonry Structures

As well as being of historic interest, masonry structures still form the backbone of the UK’s transport infrastructure, with approaching 50% of all bridge spans being masonry. Read more

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