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Boeing & NMIS 4-year PhD - Room temperature flow forming of aerospace titanium components

CNC-based flow forming is a manufacturing technology for precision forming of cylindrical components. The wall thickness of a cylindrical preform is incrementally reduced by stretching and extruding it out through the application of forming rollers which flow the material along a mandrel. Read more

De-risking and upskilling Lipid Nanoparticle Production

Nanomedicine based therapeutics (including RNA-based vaccines) are now playing a key role in global healthcare. To widen the use of nanomedicines, this project will focus on developing nanomedicine formulation and manufacturing knowledge and expertise. Read more

Laser mirror coatings for future gravitational wave observatories and other space applications.

To commence October 2021 or before January 2022 this 3.5 year studentship is available for students who possess a first class or 2.1 (Honors), or equivalent EU/International qualification in Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry, or another relevant discipline. Read more

Colloidal Semiconductors for Photonics

Photonics is the technology of light. materials, devices and systems that create, transport, control and detect photons in order to realise advanced functions. Read more

Nanoscale assembly methods for manufacturing of quantum photonic systems

Technological advances such as chip scale electronics, LED lighting and advanced power generation systems are often underpinned by new techniques in materials science and manufacturing. Read more

Photonic Technologies for Ultrafast Neuromorphic Information Processing

The human brain is exceptional at performing fast and efficiently, highly complex tasks such as recognising patterns or faces. Hence, neuromorphic (brain-like) computing approaches are the subject of increasing research interest for use in Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms. Read more

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