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Fully funded PhD Studentship: Development of Fracture Toughness Testing Techniques for Non-sharp Defects

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Are you interested in understanding how materials fail and why? Would you like to work in an industrial environment while pushing the boundaries of knowledge?  This is an exciting opportunity to work at  a top 5 UK university for research (REF 2014) and top 3 with leading employers (High Fliers 2017) Use the link below to apply.

Contact me at nicolas.larrosa@bristol.ac.uk for queries.

Please note: * Home/EU applicants only * 1st class honours degree or masters (MSc) in Engineering, Maths or Physics Basic skills and knowledge required:

- Good ability in mechanical testing and a grasp of computer coding (e.g. Matlab)

- Ability and willingness to travel nationally and internationally. -

- Willingness to conduct the research between the University of Bristol and TWI, Cambridge

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BHN424/phd-studentship-development-of-fracture...

Dr Nico Larrosa, Lecturer in Structural Integrity

Solid Mechanics Research Group

The School of Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (CAME)

University of Bristol

Bristol BS8 1TR

+44 7733 51 24 16

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