4th year project data collection - Request for volunteers
We are a group of 5 undertaking a master research project in the School of Engineering. The project is based around lower leg mechanics which means we need to collect gait lab data. Information about the data collection and the project can be found in the attachment We would like to collect this data over the next few weeks. The experiment will take around 30 minutes and will take place in the gait lab of the Engineering building. If you are interested in taking part in the study please send an email to .
The Arthur Shercliff travel scholarship is open to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students. See flyer for details
Engineering Careers Session Slides
International Opportunities in Engineering Students, Alumni, Professors & Professionals Needed
Dorset Software is an elite developer of groundbreaking, custom-made IT solutions. Each role within the company has been created to provide the best possible services, from generating new business leads and gathering our clients’ requirements to writing the code for the end product.
They have specifically indicated to our careers team that they are interested in attracting engineers from Warwick University.
We are looking for high calibre graduates from physics, maths, engineering, statistics and chemistry backgrounds for an EPSRC funded MSc + PhD in analytical science with full stipend and all fees paid, starting Sept 2018 see www.warwick.ac.uk/mas for details.
Diamond Science and Technology
Fully funded MSc + PhD for UK and EU students*
Thursday 10 May, 2pm
Materials and Analytical Science Building (MAS), Room 2.06
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Diamond Science and Technology (DST), has diamond-based research at the core of all activities. The DST CDT involves a consortium of nine UK universities, led by Warwick, and over thirty companies, keen to exploit the vast potential of diamond.
The four-year Diamond Science and Technology Programme combines a one-year MSc at Warwick and a linked three-year PhD at one of nine partner institutions.
This is an update announcement for the 4th Postgraduate Experimental Mechanics (PGEM) Conference on the 6th and 7th of December 2018, hosted by the University of Glasgow.
Here at the Satellite Applications Catapult, we have this fantastic, future career moulding opportunity for an intern with a flair for space and business! The Small Satellites team is looking to take on a Student Placement for one year to offer an opportunity to work with rocket scientists in one of the fastest growing space sectors.