The core of the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in MiNMaT (Micro- and NanoMaterials and Technologies) lies in solving academically challenging and industrially relevant problems through a profound understanding of processing–microstructure–property relationships.
The MiNMaT EngD is a four-year doctorate built on the expertise and facilities within the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in MiNMaT at the University of Surrey. The programme is designed to enable individuals to develop specialist scientific/technical knowledge whilst working in an industrial environment.
Engineering Doctorate (EngD) students, or Research Engineers as they are known, are part of the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in MiNMaT and will spend four years principally with their industrial sponsor, and return to the University for courses and to use the characterisation facilities.
Find out more about the people who make up the Centre for Doctoral Training.
We are proud to work with over 40 industrial sponsors, ranging from SMEs to large multi-national companies. The list below includes current and past sponsor relationships. Find out more about becoming a sponsor.