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PhD Studentship - A Mathematical Modelling Framework for 3D Printing

University of Warwick - Mathematics Institute

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Coventry
Funding for: UK Students, EU Students, International Students
Funding amount: £15,200 (tax-free) per year, a generous research budget and full tuition fee payment for 4 years.
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 22nd December 2020
Closes: 22nd March 2021
Reference: Mathematics 3D Printing

A fully funded PhD Studentship is available to develop novel mathematical and computational models that will enable a new generation of multi-material 3D printing technologies. The successful applicant will benefit from simultaneously joining:

  • a cohort within the Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematics in Warwick’s world-renowned Mathematics Institute (ranked 3rd in the UK for its Research and 1st for Research Environment) and 
  • an interdisciplinary project team, funded by a flagship Programme Grant (£7.2M) into Enabling Next Generation Additive Manufacturing, in collaboration with the Centre for Additive Manufacturing in Nottingham.

Further details of the project (and the relation to coffee rings) can be obtained via a blog post at

Applicants should apply via the link provided and noting that you are applying specifically for the project on “A Mathematical Modelling Framework for 3D Printing”. Any questions can be directed to , preferably with a CV attached.

This studentship offers a stipend of approximately £15,200 (tax-free) per year, a generous research budget and full tuition fee payment for 4 years.

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