|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students|
|Funding amount:||Minimum £15,609 p.a. for 3.5 years subject to eligibility status and confirmation of award|
|Placed On:||24th June 2022|
|Closes:||23rd August 2022|
Are you a materials engineer or chemistry graduate looking to apply your background to next generation electrical technologies in pursuit of Carbon Net Zero?
We are seeking a motivated PhD candidate to join The Electrical Machine Works to develop high-performance electrical insulation coatings for metal 3D printed components. You will work in a multi-institution, multi-disciplinary team across material science, process development, design for additive manufacture and experimental testing with opportunity for industrial collaboration and commercialisation.
A multidisciplinary supervisory team will provide training and project supervision. The student will be involved in the following activities (non-exhaustive):
URL for further information: www.bristol.ac.uk/engineering/research/em/phd-opportunity-1
How to apply:
To apply for this studentship, submit a PhD application using our online application system
Please ensure that in the Funding section you tick “I would like to be considered for a funding award from the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department” and specify the title of the scholarship in the “other” box below along with the name of the supervisor. Interested candidates should apply as soon as possible.
Applicants must hold/achieve a minimum of a Master’s degree (or international equivalent) in a science, chemistry or engineering discipline. Applicants without a Master’s qualification may be considered on an exceptional basis, provided they hold a first-class undergraduate degree. Please note, acceptance will also depend on evidence of readiness to pursue a research degree.
If English is not your first language, you need to meet this profile level:
Further information about English language requirements and profile levels.
Available for UK/EU students (UK settled status) with permanent UK residency covering tuition fees (at the UK student rate) and a tax-free stipend for 3.5 years
For questions about the research topic please contact Dr Nick Simpson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For questions about eligibility and the application process please contact email@example.com
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