Room temperature flow forming of aerospace titanium components
This four-year PhD study will address several key areas of knowledge on flow forming.
In the Department of Design, Manufacturing & Engineering Management (DMEM), we welcome speculative research proposals across all our research degrees throughout the year. Please submit a proposal or make an enquiry by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer MPhil, PhD, Industrial Doctorate and Engineering Doctorate (EngD) postgraduate degrees. These pathways lie within our Doctoral Programme, which is aligned to our world-leading research centres and clusters:
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Joining DMEM as a PhD student gains you access to our bespoke Leonardo Suite, a postgraduate research community area, including individual desks, group working areas, white boards, meeting rooms and a shared kitchen.
Additionally, within our department we have a range of specialist facilities, equipment and workshops to enable you to develop your research and tests. For example, the Digital Design and Manufacture Studio, and our Centre for Precision Manufacture, find out more about all of our facilities and equipment.
Within a PhD degree programmes you'll undertake cutting-edge research work for a period of up to three-and-a-half years. The outcomes of this research are expected to represent a significant and original advancement of knowledge in the chosen field and will be published in leading science and/or engineering journals, as well as at the end of programme doctoral thesis. PhD programmes can be self-funded or sponsored by industry, the University, a research council, or a combination of these.
The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) is a four-year doctoral research programme involving a significant taught component. The programme offers you a unique opportunity to carry out in-depth study and research in advanced manufacturing techniques, forging and forming. It provides ambitious and able students with the technical, business and personal development competencies needed to become the senior research managers of the future.
Unlike a traditional PhD, the EngD is focused on industry-based research. On successful completion of the course, you'll be awarded an EngD in Advanced Manufacturing: Forging & Forming which is equivalent to a PhD.
The EngD programme is part of the Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Doctorate Centre (AMIDC). The AMIDC is a collaboration between the Advanced Forming Research Centre and our department. It focuses on developing new and enhanced manufacturing techniques within the forming and forging sectors.
An Industrial Doctorate is an industrially-focused three-year equivalent research project and PhD education, conducted jointly by a private sector company, an Industrial PhD candidate and the University of Strathclyde. The Industrial PhD candidate is employed by the company throughout the time they are enrolled at the University, with the employer covering the fees.
Each PGR degree has a slightly different funding profile and mode of study – email email@example.com for more information on the PGR pathways.
All fees quoted are per academic year unless otherwise stated.
Entrants may be subject to a small fee during the writing up period.
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Full time students will be provided with a desk, practical working space (which may be collective – also known as a ‘hot desk’) and access to a lockable space for materials etc. They'll also have access to individual PC hosting appropriate basic word-processing, spreadsheet and presentational software, network access to the internet and e-mail. Students requiring specialist software should speak to their supervisor at the outset to discuss funding options.
Please note: the fees shown are annual and may be subject to an increase each year.
*Fees have not yet been set by research councils.
At first the idea of doing research seemed pretty alien to me, but the first time I read the project proposal I knew right away it was something I had to get involved in.
As part of your PhD degree, you'll be enrolled on the Postgraduate Certificate in Researcher Professional Development (PgCert RPD).
This certificate is designed to support you with your research and rewards you for things you'll do as a research student here.
It'll help you improve skills which are important to professional development and employability:
All you have to do is plan these activities alongside your doctorate, documenting and reflecting your journey to success along the way.
To help develop our PGR students we hold a series of departmental events, including research seminars to give you the opportunity to present your work, poster presentation showcases, a research stand-up event, and monthly PGR information sharing sessions.
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You'll need a first-class or upper second-class UK Honours degree, or overseas equivalent, in a relevant discipline from a recognised academic institution.
During the application you'll be asked for the following:
By filling these details out as fully as possible, you'll avoid any delay to your application being processed by the University.
Research supervisors are assigned to you by the Department of Design, Manufacturing & Engineering. Let us know in your application who you'd like to work with, but the department will team you up with the best supervisor for your project.
Once we've received your application, your research proposal is passed to potential supervisors for consideration. If it's not compatible with the researcher's current projects and they are unable to supervise, it's passed along to another for consideration. If they can supervise you, they’ll confirm and nominate a potential second supervisor.
As soon as a second supervisor is confirmed, an offer will be sent to you through Pegasus, our online application system.
When you accept our offer of study, you'll receive a full offer in writing via the email address you'll have provided.
Once you've accepted our offer, we'll need you to fulfil any academic, administrative or financial conditions that we ask.
If you're applying as a UK or EU student, you'll then be issued with your registration documentation.
An ATAS (Academic Technology Approval Scheme) clearance certificate is a mandatory requirement for some postgraduate students in science, engineering and technology.