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  DEFTPORE: “Deformation Control on Flow and Transport in Soft Porous Media with a focus on miscible flows, including solute transport, dispersion, and miscible viscous fingering”
  Prof C MacMinn
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
This studentship is part of the major ERC Starting Grant project DEFTPORE. “Deformation Control on Flow and Transport in Soft Porous Media”, being undertaken by the University of Oxford under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
  DEFTPORE: “Deformation Control on Flow and Transport in Soft Porous Media with a focus on two-phase flows, including capillary phenomena, residual trapping, and immiscible viscous fingering”
  Prof C MacMinn
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
This studentship is part of the major ERC Starting Grant project DEFTPORE. “Deformation Control on Flow and Transport in Soft Porous Media”, being undertaken by the University of Oxford under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
  Research Studentship in Wind Farm Modelling: reducing the cost of future large wind farms through the development of new wind farm flow interaction models.
  Prof R Wilden, Dr C Vogel
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
3.5-year D.Phil studentship, available from E.ON and The University of Oxford. This studentship is a collaboration between the University of Oxford (Department of Engineering Science) and E.ON (Climate and Renewables).
  Additive manufacture of adaptive materials for communications applications
  Prof P S Grant
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
For any antenna system there is a trade-off between antenna bandwidth (wide as possible), size (small as possible) and efficiency (high as possible).
  Magnesium anodes in ionic liquid electrolytes (DTP)
  Prof M Pasta
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Magnesium metal is an ideal rechargeable battery anode material because of its high volumetric energy density which is almost double that of lithium metal (3833 vs.
  Mechanical Behaviour of solid state lithium ion batteries
  Dr D E J Armstrong, Prof P G Bruce
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Developing a solid state lithium ion battery would have a transformative impact on energy storage, particularly in the area of personal transport, especially if it can be combined with a metallic lithium anode.
  Super alumina: oxide nanocomposites for armour
  Prof R I Todd, Prof P Nellist
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Supervisors. Professor Richard Todd, Professor Peter Nellist, Dr Antonio Pellegrino. The project aims to improve the ballistic properties of alumina without significantly increasing its cost (a more expensive alumina would not compete with SiC and B4C).
  Thermo-mechanical property measurement of nuclear graphites at elevated temperatures
  Prof T J Marrow
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
This EPSRC Industrial CASE (iCASE) project with the UK National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) aims to understand the thermo-mechanical properties of nuclear graphites at elevated temperatures (up to 850°C) that are relevant to current and future nuclear systems.
  X-ray video imaging of solidification to increase materials recirculation
  Prof P S Grant
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Increasing the recycling and recirculation of aluminum alloys offers the potential for enormous energy and carbon emission savings but is restricted due to the progressive accumulation of impurities (such as Fe) in the aluminium that reduce final mechanical properties.
  Investigating the Contribution of IGF-1 to Risk of Developing Prostate Cancer
  Prof V Macaulay, Prof I Mills
Application Deadline: 11 September 2019
Subjects with low circulating insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) are strongly protected from cancer, while men with high IGF-1 are at increased risk of prostate cancer.
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