Din jobnotifikation er blevet oprettet.
Trinity College Dublin
PhD Research Studentships in Metal 3D Printing
Trinity College Dublin
As Ireland's university on the world stage, Trinity is recognised for academic excellence and a transformative student experience.
Besøg arbejdsgiverprofil
JOBBESKRIVELSE
Publiceret: 4 måneder
Ansøgningsfrist: Uspecifiseret
Beliggenhed: Dublin, Irland
Nævn venligst at du fandt dette job på Academic Positions, når du ansøger.
DEL DETTE JOB

PhD Research Studentships in Metal 3D Printing

The Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, invites applications for two PhDs studentships focused on metal 3D printing. Both PhDs positions are linked to a recently awarded project funded through SFI (Science Foundation Ireland) and an industry partner. The successful candidates will be affiliated to the AMBER (Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research) centre and STAM (Science and Technology of Advanced Manufacturing) research group.

Both projects will focus on metal 3D printing using SLM (selective Laser Melting) of biomedical grade Ti-6Al-4V for the purpose of orthopaedic implant devices. Research will focus on the following areas:

  • Material Characterisation (mechanical properties, grain structure, porosity, defects, powder)
  • Post processing (heat treatment, hot isostatic pressing, machining, polishing)
  • Design for Additive Manufacture (DFAM)
  • In-process process monitoring

 

Candidates will develop state-of-the-art skills within the full 3D printing cycle (CAD model, support structure development, optimising processing parameters and scan strategies, 3D printing on different machine platforms, post processing, experimental testing. Candidates will join an establish research group with expertise in metal 3D printing and will also work closely with the partnering company. 

Standard duties and Responsibilities of the Post
 

  • Conduct state-of-the-art research in the area of metal 3D printing using SLM under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Trimble and Prof. Rocco Lupoi.
  • Liaise with members of STAM research group and industry partners
  • Demonstrate labs and tutorial in the areas of Manufacturing Technology

Funding Information

Annual fees and stipend paid as part of structured PhD programme.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Applicants will hold an honours degree (first class honours or equivalent) in Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Material Science or Physics.

Knowledge & Experience (Essential & Desirable)

  • Some experience in 3D printing (essential)
  • Experience in SLM (desirable)
  • Experience in mechanical testing (desirable)
  • Experience in microstructure analysis (desirable)
  • Experience in CAD and FEA (desirable)
  • Masters in Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Material Science or Physics (desirable)

Skills & Competencies

  • Excellent English – writing and speaking

Further Information for Candidates

URL Link to School

https://www.tcd.ie/Engineering/

URL Link to Research Group

https://www.tcd.ie/mecheng/research/stam/

For more information and to apply, please see the vacancies on the Trinity College Dublin vacancies page under ‘research’: https://jobs.tcd.ie/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_search_package.search_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E#

Læs mere

ABONNÉR PÅ JOBS SOM DETTE

1 JOBS HOS DENNE ARBEJDSGIVER

Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin
Beliggenhed: Dublin, Irland
PhD Research Studentships in Bioengineering
This project will bring together a large, multidisciplinary team that will explore the use of emerging 3D Printing and 3D Bioprinting strategies for Tissue Engineering and the development of next generation medical devices. The project is part of the AMBER centre...

LIGENDE JOBS

PhD Research Studentships in Bioengineering
Trinity College Dublin
Publiceret 3 måneder

CAREER ADVICE

When applying for a postdoc position, fellowship, or grant you will often be asked to submit a research proposal as part of your application.

By Academic Positions
Posted Aug 07, 2018 at 08:00am

Twitter has a lot of value for academics as a professional social network and news service. 1 in 40 scholars in the US and UK use Twitter and that number continues to grow. If you’re not already on Twitter here’s how to use it to share your research, connect with your peers,...

By Academic Positions
Posted Sep 11, 2018 at 08:00am

Certain professional skills including communication, leadership, teamwork, and project management are valued by employers across a wide range of sectors.

By Academic Positions
Posted Sep 04, 2018 at 08:00am