We have 14 Atomic Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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Atomic Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 14 Atomic Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

Harnessing waste-heat from challenging environments with flexible electronics, sponsored by BAE Systems

Supervisory Team: Dr Katrina Morgan, Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis, Prof Nick Harris, Prof Steve Beeby. Project description. This PhD is a sought after industrial Cooperative Award in Science and Techology (iCASE), with sponsorship from BAE Systems Ltd. Read more

Wearable Thermoelectric Generators Using Advanced Materials

Supervisory Team: Dr Katrina Morgan, Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis . Project description. Wearable technologies are revolutionising our daily lives, integrating everyday objects into our clothes, accessories and even our bodies. Read more
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Thermo-mechanical behaviour of TRISO coatings

Research Studentship in ‘Thermo-mechanical behaviour of TRISO coatings’. 3.5-year D.Phil. studentship. Supervisor. Prof Dong (Lilly) Liu and Prof Clive Siviour. Read more

Exploring Dislocation Mobility in the Presence of Abundant Point Defects

The materials of a fusion reactor must survive for many years in an incredibly harsh environment. This includes constant bombardment by high energy neutrons, which smash into the materials, rearranging the atoms in our carefully engineered metallic alloys. Read more

Bonding Fusion Reactor Materials

Supervisor. Russell Goodall (University of Sheffield). While there are a number of competing reactor concepts, it is certain that any fusion power system will be a complex device, making use of the most highly optimised materials possible to achieve the best performance. Read more

Alloy Design & Thermomechanical Processing of Reduced Activation Steels for Nuclear Reactors

The UKs Sixth Carbon Budget set into law the world’s most ambitious climate change target, cutting CO2 emissions by 78% of their 1990 levels by 2035, and bringing the UK towards a net zero carbon emission target by 2050. Read more

Using Multivariate Statistical Surrogate Models of Displacement Cascades To Simulate High-dose Irradiation Damage

The materials of a fusion reactor must survive for many years in an incredibly harsh environment. This includes constant bombardment by high energy neutrons, which smash into the materials, rearranging the atoms in our carefully engineered metallic alloys. Read more

Thermal hydraulics modelling of low-pressure, light water-cooled Small Modular Reactors

The Low-Pressure Water Reactor (LPWR) is a 300MW(e) pool-type water-cooled Small Modular Reactor (SMR) design in which the nuclear core is located at the bottom of a deep underground shaft instead of inside a pressure vessel. Read more

Model-based Approach for Prognostics Health Management (PHM) for Fusion Reactors

The University of York is at the forefront of transformative research in data-centric engineering, digital twins, and AI, bringing about a revolution in the design and operation of systems. Read more

Explainable AI for Safety Critical Engineering Systems

The University of York is at the forefront of transformative research in data-centric engineering, digital twins, and AI. Our pioneering work is revolutionizing the design of complex systems by harnessing the power of data. Read more
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