Research at Coventry University
Coventry University is part of the nationwide Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) Future Societies programme, and is inviting applications for three fully-funded PhD studentships. The DTA Future Societies programme builds on expertise and collaborations in thematic areas such as energy, social policy and applied biosciences for health. Successful candidates will carry out solutions-driven research which addresses the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Find out more and apply.
Dr Marcos Kauffman, Director at the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME), has more than a decade of digital and commercial experience within the aerospace and automotive manufacturing industries. For businesses considering investing in new technology, Marcos shares his insights on the route small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should take.
While the country continues to face major challenges, Coventry City of Culture Trust and its partners have announced further details of the programme as the UK moves toward a phased road to recovery.
Coventry University are currently offering a number of funded and self-funded PhD opportunities for prospective candidates, beginning in 2021. From autonomous vehicles and digital culture to sustainability and data sciences, Coventry University has a wide range of PhD opportunities that will stimulate and inspire.
Members of Coventry University's academic community are presenting their achievements in research, innovation, engagement and teaching activities before an audience of members of the University community and the general public. Find out more.
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