There are a number of potential PhD projects available for 2016/17 cohort that are linked to particular industrial partners. Choosing a PhD project that has an industry partner offers many benefits to both the student and the industry partner. As a student you will be provided with an additional industrial co-supervisor as a contact point. You will spend around 20% of your time at industrial R&D departments. This model for the CDT provides the PhD student with access to training, facilities and expertise not available in an academic setting. In addition, industrial partners provide student placements and industry workshops to demonstrate to students the potential application of their innovation and to highlight career pathways.
Apply for an industry project within the CDT
Here are the current PhD projects with an industry partner that are available to apply for:
324 Predicting Response to Spinal Cord Stimulation in Chronic Low Back Pain: A multimodal investigation
Industry partner: St Jude Medical
325 Development of novel visualization techniques for medical images using a holographic volumetric display
Industry partner: Holixica Ltd
Apply to join the CDT