Engineering materials bridge the gap between the physical sciences, where understanding of atomic and molecular phenomena help explain fundamental behaviours, and engineering structures where practical applications of such phenomena are realised.
We provide world-class analysis of ceramics, polymers and metals, as well as composite materials consisting of two or more of these materials using our in-house facilities.
Doing a PhD with us will allow you to use our nationally and internationally recognised facilities to test the cutting-edge of science and make new discoveries.
We house facilities for various research such as quasi-static, dynamic and fatigue experiments as well as processing of functional ceramic powders and functional ink formulation and deposition.
Our research scales from nanometres through to metres which is used to explain and control the manufacture and behaviour of materials and the systems that rely on them.
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