National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC Ltd.) calls for applications for Ph.D. research project funded by Lloyds Register Foundation, TWI and academic partners. The studentship will provide a stipend of £16k/year to successful hone/EU students and will cover the cost of tuition fees. Overseas applicants are welcome to apply, with total funding capped at £24k/year.

The main goal of this proposal is to develop the foundations of dynamically self-sensing and self-diagnosing structures capable of measuring their vibrations and using them to diagnose their structural integrity.

NSIRC is a state-of-the-art postgraduate engineering facility established and managed by structural integrity specialist TWI. NSIRC aims to deliver cutting edge research and highly qualified personnel to its key industrial partners.

Course Level: Scholarship is available to undertake Ph.D. programme.

Study Subject: Vibration-based structural health monitoring through self-diagnosing structural components made of nano enriched composites

Worth of Award

  • The studentship will provide successful Home/EU students with a stipend of £16k/year and will cover the cost of tuition fees.
  • Overseas applicants are welcome to apply, with total funding capped at £24k/year.

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have a relevant degree at 2.1 minimum, or an equivalent overseas degree in mechanical and/or materials engineering.
  • Candidates with suitable work experience and strong capacity in numerical modelling and experimental skills are particularly welcome to apply.
  • Overseas applicants should also submit IELTS results (minimum 6.5) if applicable.
  • Nationality: International students can apply for these scholarships.

 

How to Apply

To apply, please upload your CV, a transcript of university study and a cover letter specifying your interest and research.

Application: Contact Employer

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