Be a part of a diverse research community striving to push the boundaries of science and technology.
The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) allows you to address current global challenges affecting industry today. With direct access to collaborators and employers, the EngD at WMG will enable you to work on live projects sponsored by companies and carry out applied research across the themes of Materials and Manufacturing, Digital Technologies, Organisational and Societal Transformation, Energy and Intelligent Vehicles.
The EngD at WMG brings real-world industry insight through focussing your research on industry-based engineering projects, whilst working with supervisors from both academic and industry backgrounds.
Your final submission will be in the form of a portfolio, rather than a single project, allowing for a broader range of knowledge and the ability to stay ahead of the game and fit the changing needs of industry.
Alongside your research, you will complete taught modules to broaden your knowledge in best industrial practice and develop key competencies needed to succeed in industry today.
Areas for PhD supervision
ALM; Automation Systems; Battery Forensics; Battery Systems; Battery Test and Modelling; Biomedical Informatics, Imaging and Healthcare Technologies; BMS, Control (batteries); Charging (energy); Connectivity and Wireless Communication; Control (whole vehicle); Co-operative Autonomy; Cyber Security; Data science; Digital Lifecycle Management (modelling and simulation, manufacturing processes); Driver Health Monitoring; Electrochemical Engineering; Electrochemical Materials; Engineering Psychology; Experiential Engineering; Human Factors; Innovative Business Models; Lightweight Materials and Manufacturing; Metrology; Motors (Electric Machines); Nanocomposites; Power Electronics; Sensors and Wearables; Steels Processing; Supply Chains; Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing; Verification and Validation.
Taught modules are normally delivered in intensive one-week blocks. They are taught through a variety of learning activities: lectures, seminar work, syndicate group activities, industrial games, practical exercises and case studies to encourage teamwork and practical grounding of the material. E-learning and forum activities are widely used to complement these activities.
Modules are assessed by assignment, not exam, although for some modules there may be a test that will form part of the assessment.
2:i undergraduate degree and/or a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Maths or a relevant subject. Please see individual project adverts for any further requirements.
English language requirements Band A
IELTS overall score of 6.5, minimum component scores not below 6.0
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