PhD Studentship - Capturing Additive Manufacturing's Laser-Matter Interactions

A PhD studentship is now available working on the synchrotron and neutron imaging of additive manufacturing, based at The European Synchrotron (ESRF).

Working with UCL, ILL and Rolls-Royce plc, the PhD project will be to help develop, build and use in-situ additive manufacturing (AM) rigs which can be used on the ESRF/ILL beamlines to perform in-situ and operando imaging that will help develop new processes, materials and monitoring systems.

Prof. Peter Lee, UCL, will be primary academic supervisor, and Dr Alexander Rack ESRF supervisor. The successful candidate will have several placements at Rolls-Royce UK. However, the bulk of the time will be spent at ESRF.

For more information click here, the closing date is Tuesday 3rd November 2020.