Professor Stephen Hallett Prof Stephen Hallett is an Investigator for the Centre and Professor in Composite Structures at the University of Bristol. The studentship is open to UK and EU applicants. This has also included work on 3D woven and textile composites. The fellowships are intended to offer a first step into an independent research career for young engineers and scientists working on innovative manufacturing processes for composite components and structures.
Since joining the University of Bristol in 1995 he has published widely (2 books, 4 book chapters, >150 papers) and is recognised worldwide for work on composites manufacturing, particularly on reinforcement We are seeking applications from engineering or physical sciences who hold a minimum of a 2:1 or equivalent Bachelors/Master’s degree and can demonstrate an enthusiasm for interdisciplinary research. Recent grants include: EPSRC/BAES funded FLAVIIR,GR/S71552/01 (Flapless Unmanned Aircraft - Composites Manufacturing), which developed low cost manufacturing technology for unmanned aircraft airframes. These were demonstrated through manufacture of a wing-box and He is Chair of ISO TC 58 SC3: Gas Cylinders, Cylinder Design, as well as other committees including: ECMA TG (European Cylinder Makers Association - Technical Group); PVE3/3: Cylinder Design (UK
The EngD is undertaken as a partnership between industry and academia, while each EngD research project is designed around the sponsoring company's research priorities. Professor Kevin Potter Kevin Potter is Professor of Composites Manufacturing at the University of Bristol and has over 36 years of research experience into advanced composites manufacturing processes and product development, the Read more.No problem Menu Home About Us Team Researchers Academic Partners Industrial Partners Research Core Projects Platform Activities Fellowships Feasibility Studies 1 Feasibility Studies 2 Info News Course Info Funding Opportunities He is the only academic recipient of the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Peter Allard Silver Medal for contributions to the practical applications of composites in aerospace.
Mr Andrew Mills Andrew Mills is a Principal Investigator for the Centre. One of the most significant was leading the Airbus UK/Cranfield project ‘AMCAPS, which investigated novel materials and process technology for large composite wing manufacture, some techniques from which have now been Over his thirty years' experience in composites manufacturing research, he has developed a strong track record in knowledge exchange and economic impacting activities. Go Advertisement Featured Supplier Social NetComposites Ltd 4A Broom Business ParkBridge Way ChesterfieldUK S41 9QG +44 (0)1246 266244 [email protected] Company registration number: 3567631 Quick Links Home Advertise List a job
While the Research Student will be based at one of the four universities, he/she will have free access to all the facilities across CIMComp. Professor Ivana Partridge Professor Ivana Partridge is Postgraduate Development Committee Chair for the Centre. During that time he spearheaded pioneering work on structural health monitoring and management concepts combining high value composite structures with a range of in-situ sensor technologies including embedded optical fibres. CIMComp provides world-class composites manufacturing facilities, cutting-edge equipment and expertise based across the four universities.
Dr Warren Hepples Dr Warren Hepples joined Alcan International Ltd in 1985 and worked as a Research Officer before transferring to Luxfer Gas Cylinders in 1995. CIMComp is a partnership between four leading universities (the Universities of Bristol, Cranfield, Manchester and Nottingham), the National Composites Centre, the Manufacturing Technology Centre and several leading companies. They were released by CIMComp and made available for national and international researchers to align themselves with one of the core institutions following the CIMComp priority themes and develop novel composites Accommodation Fees and funding Open days New undergraduates Postgraduate study Find a programme How to apply Accommodation Fees and funding Why choose Bristol?
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Professor Michael Wisnom Professor Michael Wisnom is a Principal Investigator for the Centre. The mission is to maximise the impact of innovative research for the UK, support existing industries, and more importantly, open up new industries and markets in growth areas. The Fellowships are intended to offer a first step into an independent research career for young engineers and scientists working on innovative manufacturing processes for composite components and structures. He continues his research activities and is a member of both the Management Group and Advisory Board for the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Composites.
ENG/589. The intention is that CIMComp involvement will help to bring these studies forward to a point where new funding opportunities are created. In 2006 he was awarded the Rosenhain Medal for his distinguished contribution to materials science and in 2014 was elected a SAMPE Fellow. Professor Long represents the academic community on the UK Composites Leadership Forum, responsible CIMComp Key People (in alphabetical order) Dr Louise Brown Dr Louise Brown is a Research Fellow in the Polymer Composites Group at the University of Nottingham and Chair of the Researchers
The programme provides a challenging, multi-disciplinary and academically rigorous education and training experience, leading to a recognised postgraduate qualification. The Centre is currently collaborating with 23 industrial companies providing cash and in-kind contributions totalling £1.6 million. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the Institution of Materials, Minerals and Mining.
Read more.No problem Menu Home About Us Team Researchers Academic Partners Industrial Partners Research Core Projects Platform Activities Fellowships Feasibility Studies 1 Feasibility Studies 2 Info News Course Info Funding Opportunities He is distinguished for his major contributions to the science and technology of the mechanics and mechanisms of failure of fibre-composite materials based upon polymeric matrices. Figure 1. Read more.No problem Menu Home About Us Team Researchers Academic Partners Industrial Partners Research Core Projects Platform Activities Fellowships Feasibility Studies 1 Feasibility Studies 2 Info News Course Info Funding Opportunities
Key dates Activity Date/Time Call launched 8 January 2013 Closing date for applications 16 March 2013 Evaluation of applications by 22 March 2013 Interview of selected candidates 18 April 2013 Grants Professor Prasad Potluri Professor Prasad Potluri is a Principal Investigator for the Centre and leads the core research on 3D preforming and automated manufacturing. He has extensive experience of supervising and examining both PhD and EngD candidates and of working closely and effectively with industrial partners, including his current NCC-UoB liaison role. How to apply Applicants are required to specify a research project and provide a brief description of the proposed objectives and methodology, using the application form available on the Fellowships Vacancies
Following a PhD in robotic filament winding of composites she pursued a career in the software industry, covering a range of topics from textile CAD systems to automatic processing of ID Read more.No problem Menu Home About Us Team Researchers Academic Partners Industrial Partners Research Core Projects Platform Activities Fellowships Feasibility Studies 1 Feasibility Studies 2 Info News Course Info Funding Opportunities Peter was Executive Director of the National Composite Centre from May 2010, leading the setup of the centre, and from June 2011 took up the permanent position as Chief Executive. She directs the £7M multi-partner EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Composites Manufacture, with particularly close links to the National Composites Centre and the industry sector.
His research is focussed on numerical modelling of composites, both for prediction of mechanical properties and also the manufacturing processes to capture deformations and defects, which ultimately lead to failure. It is also anticipated that short-term secondments and site visits to participating companies will occur. He is author/co-author of over 70 reviewed journal and conference papers, a Chartered Engineer, member of the Technical Chamber of Greece and a Marie Curie Fellow. Current activities involve 32 industrial partners and four Technology Centres, with a portfolio of 25 inter-related projects and an Industrial Doctoral Centre, with a total portfolio value of over £16 million;
This can include development of new manufacturing technologies, analytical studies to develop a fundamental understanding of state-of-the-art processes, and development of process modelling and optimisation techniques. For full details of the award please follow this link: Feedback Edit this page University of Bristol, Senate House, Tyndall Avenue, Bristol, BS8 1TH, UK Tel: +44 (0)117 928 9000 Information He has been pursuing research in the field of advanced composites for 18 years, with a special interest in manufacturing simulation, material modelling, process monitoring and optimisation.