Currently closed for applications
Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology is an academic research center focusing on both fundamental and applied research on solidification of metallic materials.
Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology is inviting applications for PhD Studentship in AL-alloys for Automotive Applications at Brunel University London and in collaboration with Constellium. International applicants are eligible to apply for this studentship. The work will take place in BCAST’s Advanced Metal Casting Centre (AMCC) and Advanced Metal Processing Centre (AMPC), which are new scale-up facilities that bridge the gap between fundamental research and full-scale industrialization and are aimed at meeting the short, medium and long term needs of the automotive industry.This year 2 scholarships are available.
To be eligible to apply for this scholarship, the following criteria must be met:
Applicants are required to have an upper second or first class undergraduate honors degree (or a recognized equivalent from an overseas university) in metallurgy/materials science or another related engineering or physical science. A Masters level qualification is desirable. In addition, the successful candidate should be highly motivated, able to work within a team and have good communication skills. The successful candidates are expected to commence at the latest in October 2017.
English Language Requirements: Applicants who are non-native speakers must possess an English language qualification acceptable by the university.
How to apply: Interested students have to email the following:
-An up to date CV;
-A single page (A4), single spaced personal statement setting out why you are interested in undertaking this project;
-Names and contact details of 3 referees;
-A copy of your highest degree certificate and transcript;
-A copy of your English Language qualification, if appropriate.
Application deadline is September 1,2017.