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The Research Institute for Future Transport and Cities has a thriving student community who are integral to the success of the Institute and contribute to our wide-ranging research portfolio.
We welcome applications from suitably qualified self-funded or sponsored PhD candidates that relate to our current research themes. Please take a look at our opportunities detailed below and apply via the respective process.
The project will develop an empirical model of structural integrity of alloy 316L for prediction of fatigue crack propagation behaviour leading to selection of optimal SLM parameters for demonstration of safe performance, qualification, and certification of the alloy.
A candidate is required for a research studentship in collaboration with NSIRC on assurance of powder quality in additive manufacturing (AM), primarily for powder that has passed through an AM machine to determine whether powder re-use is detrimental to the properties of the final component.
This project seeks to implement future industrial Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) network to incorporate Software Defined Networking (SDN) approach to provide innovative Quality of Service (QoS) algorithms and simplify the deployment of new forwarding strategies for specific applications.
This project investigates the performance of Spatial multiplexing (multiple input multiple output) and wavelength division multiplexing for visible light communication system.
Master in power semiconductor engineering for the development of high performance and reliable power semiconductor devices. The focus of the project will be to design devices that mitigate from issues that cause reliability problems and fully exploit the advanced characteristics of wide band gap semiconductors.