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Materials science is a field that strives to meet the needs of manufacturing and other industries that rely on resources. As natural and renewable sources are diminishing, students who become material scientists may develop new supplies by applying chemistry, biotechnology, and engineering.
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The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Innovative Metal Processing (IMPaCT) will create future leaders in metal processing and fill the industry’s gap in well-trained metals engineers. [+]
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Innovative Metal Processing (IMPaCT) will create future leaders in metal processing and fill the industry’s gap in well-trained metals engineers.
It brings together world-class metals research teams from the universities of Nottingham, Leicester and Birmingham along with 14 industrial and international partners including GE Power, Doncasters Group, Rolls-Royce, Science and Technology Facilities Council (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), Tata Steel, and TWI.
The Centre offers 16 fully-funded PhD studentships, each providing a four-year integrated training programme. In the first year, you will study a range of Masters level training modules and gain work experience with an industrial partner. In the next three years, you will carry out research for a PhD on a specific topic.... [-]