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Manufacturing PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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  Industrial CASE PhD Studentship – Process fundamentals for the additive manufacture (3D printing) of metals
  Prof A J Moore
Applications accepted all year round

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Applications are invited for a fully-funded EPSRC industrial CASE PhD studentship starting in September 2019. It is suitable for well-qualified students who have (or expect to obtain) a first class degree in engineering, physics or other relevant subject.
  Laser controlled nanoparticle deposition
  Dr J D Shephard
Applications accepted all year round

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Jetting of nanoparticle inks is a key additive manufacturing technology enabling direct writing of multi-material multi-functional components.
  New optical components and devices from micro-structured fibres
  Dr J D Shephard
Applications accepted all year round

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A range of hollow core micro-structured fibres have been developed over the past 10 years with promising and unique optical properties.
  Ultra-nonlinear epsilon-near-zero flat optics
  Prof M Ferrera
Applications accepted all year round

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Design and characterisation of different artificial materials for the design of ultra-fast tuneable photonics devices. Giant epsilon-near-zero nonlinearities are targeted to allow subwavelength manipulation of light in both classic and quantum regime.
  Sensory feedback for advanced prosthetic interfacing
  Prof D Farina
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019

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Neuromechanics and Rehabilitation Technology group. The Neuromechanics and Rehabilitation Technology group (https://www.imperial.ac.uk/neuromechanics-rehabilitation-technology/join-us/) at Imperial College London welcomes applications for an October 2019 start from a high-calibre prospective PhD student.
  Additive manufacturing of metal components using FDM technology
  Dr H Hassanin, Dr Y Zweiri
Applications accepted all year round

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Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a game changing production technology for many applications. Fused deposition modelling is one of the most widely used AM technologies and recently has gained much attention in the advancement of many products.
  Knowledge based process planning using manufacturing big data
  Dr X Zhang
Applications accepted all year round

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In the era of the fourth industrial revolution, dubbed as Industry 4.0, manufacturing resources will be digitised and integrated into a digital ecosystem of manufacturing network.
  New generation of orally disintegrating tablets: modified and sustained release
  Dr A ElShaer
Applications accepted all year round

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Dysphagia is a medical case where the ability to swallow diminishes in some children and adults. In adult patients the aging process is related with a decrease in the swallowing function [1].
  Simulation and optimisation of a spacecraft propulsion system using deep learning and machine learning algorithms
  Dr P Shaw
Applications accepted all year round

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Introduction to the project. This project aims to investigate an enabling technology for a more significant and complex system based on a High-Energy Density Electromechanical Thruster based on Stabilized Liner Compression of Plasma that could lead to manned exploration of the Solar system [1].
  Full funded PhD Studentship in Multiscale modelling for Materials Design in Additive Manufacturing
  Dr W Wen, Prof P Rivera
Applications accepted all year round

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A full PhD studentship on the multiscale modelling for materials design in Additive Manufacturing (AM). The project is led by Dr Wei Wen (Lecturer) and Professor Pedro Rivera at the Department of Engineering, Lancaster University, in collaboration with LPW.
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