The Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and ManufacturingThe Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing is a partnership between the Universities of Warwick, Exeter and Cranfield, with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and partner companies
The Centre offers a challenging 4-year International Engineering Doctorate (EngD Int) programme in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing with research projects that address industry-driven challenges. For example: establishing natural or recovered materials as feed-stocks, reducing process inputs and outputs without compromising performance or economic viability, extracting high value materials from waste streams, and ultimately establishing economic and environmental sustainability
The EngD International programme combines both academic and industrial expertise; offering industry relevant research projects supported by partner companies, taught modules resulting in an embedded MSc in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing, and an international placement with our academic and industrial partners overseas.
Doctoral students will be based at either Warwick, Cranfield, or Exeter (depending on the research project they undertake), where they will be part of a leading research group and will be supervised by an academic in that institution and a mentor in their sponsor company. The research focus will be on the real commercial challenges faced by their sponsor company and students will split their time between their home university and the company. Students will also study taught modules at all three institutions.
The studentships on offer will start from January 2015 and comprise a tax-free stipend of circa £19,000 a year, tuition fees paid and a generous study package (research consumables and travel budget).
Applications are open for talented researchers to further develop their technical and transferable skills within a research and training environment shaped by the needs of the manufacturing industry.
See our website or follow us on Twitter @wmg_doctorate for the latest information on potential research projects.
First or upper second class honours degree (or equivalent) in a related subject, e.g. Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Maths.Overseas applicants should also meet English language requirements (IELTS 6.5). Pre-sessional language courses are available for applicants who narrowly miss these requirements.
Recipient: University of Warwick
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