New PhD admission 2020 in the University of Nottingham in Enabling Next Generation Additive Manufacturing

New PhD admission 2020 position in Enabling Next Generation Additive Manufacturing

 

Title of new PhD Admission 2020 is Additive Engineering (3D Printing) of multi-functional scaffold and tissue models through multi-material projection micro stereolithography (pµSLA)

Plan description for PhD Admission 2020

The fruitful applicant will participate in a fully-funded program to look into the production of high-accuracy multi-functionalized scaffold and tissue models mimicking actual body parts. The ability to fabricate and customize these models not only helps to increase the accuracy of in vitro assessment, reducing the need for in vivo tests (i.e. organ on a chip, organoids) but also opens the vista of real organ printing.

Projection Micro stereolithography (puSLA) is a high resolution (~2µm) Additive Manufacturing (AM) technique that has been commercialized in recent years. It enables the user to create centimeter-scale devices with extreme feature resolution approaching those of single mammalian cells. Although not currently commercialized, the puSLA process also has the capability to integrate multiple materials through a customized fluidic cell unit. The successful applicant will work on a project including the development and optimization of a highly efficient multi-material printing unit 

Eligibility:

Candidates should have or expect to gain a first-class or 2:1 degree in Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, or a science-related discipline

Job Type:

PhD admission 2020

Place :

Nottingham

Scholarship for:

UK Students, EU Students, International Students

Scholarship amount:

Not Specified

Type:

Full Time

Published On:

1st October 2020

Closesing date:

1st December 2020

Reference:

ENG1415

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New PhD admission 2020 in the University of Nottingham in Enabling Next Generation Additive Manufacturing
New PhD admission 2020