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PhD positions Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Leiden University Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen,
Openings for PhD positions, The Dept. of Public Adm. of the Fac. of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Leiden, 2300 RA (Zuid-Holland), 38 hours per week

Function title: Openings for PhD positions, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

The substantive specialization of our search is quite broad, and we are interested in hearing from strong students regardless of their specialization with public administration, public policy, and public affairs. However, the Departmentís research program and staff interests are especially appropriate for Ph.D. students with interests in one of the following research areas:

1.European Union Decision-Making, including the preparation and further development of policy within the multi-level context of the Unionís institutions,

2.Normative Analysis of Public Administration, including research concerning the analysis of cultural, conceptual and ethical dimensions of administrative reality;

3.The Development and Nature of Administrative Traditions, including the foundations and development of administrative thought;

4.National Policy Processes, including attention to interactions among political and bureaucratic actors in the development and implementation of public policy;

5.The Management of Public Organizations, with special attention to formal and informal staff and management relationships in the context of comparative public reform and management;

6.International Development Administration, with special attention to the role of the public sector and international organizations in the developing world

Requirements
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Required education/skills:University Graduate
Completed or soon to be completed MA or comparable degree in public administration, political science, sociology, economics or another related and relevant social science; strong interest in the relevant research methods for the proposed project. The MA must be completed prior to the beginning of the contract.

Workfield(s):
- Research trainees, non-tenured lecturers, researchers(Scientific discipline: Behaviour and Society)

Organization
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Leiden University
Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen,

Conditions of employment
Duration of the contract: 4 years
Maximum hours per week: 38

Additional Information
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Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links:
About the organization (http://www.leiden.edu/)
About the department (http://www.fsw.leidenuniv.nl/)
About the function (http://www.vacatures.leidenuniv.nl/i...hp3?m=1&c=1505)


Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
Wassenaarseweg 52
P&O
Postbus 9555
2300 RB Leiden
Nederland
E-mail: vacature@fsw.leidenuniv.nl
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EPSRC PhD Studentship - Vibration powered energy harvesting devices
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Energy harvesting is a form of renewable power generation and is a key enabling technology for a whole host of future distributed electrical systems, such as implantable medical devices, wearable computing and structural health monitoring. The Faculty of Engineering at Bristol University has a growing team of researchers investigating energy harvesting and the wider field of micro electro-magnetic devices, drawing together the skills of non-linear mathematicians and magnetic/electrical experimentalists within our state-of-the-art dynamics laboratories.

The department of Aerospace engineering is offering a studentship investigating the behaviour of vibration powered energy harvesting devices with non-linear elements: non-linearities are introduced by the mechanical, magnetic and electrical components of the system. In particular non-linear behaviour is being investigated for potential performance improvements.

The research is cross-faculty, and the student will be able to engage with members of staff from several departments: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Engineering and Aerospace. There are both theoretical and experimental aspects to the research and the ideal applicant will have skills in one aspect and be happy to develop skills in the other.

Applicants should have, or expect to be awarded a 2.1 or 1st class UK first degree or equivalent in an engineering discipline. The post attracts the standard EPSRC stipend, currently £12600 for the 2007/8 year (tax free). Applicants are reminded to check EPSRC regulations to determine eligibility for the award.

Applicants should follow the procedure at http://www.bristol.ac.uk/prospectus/...e/2007/intro/8

Technical queries can be addressed to Dr. S. Burrow (Stephen.burrow@bristol.ac.uk). All other enquires, and completed applications to:

Postgraduate Admissions Secretary
Department of Aerospace Engineering
University of Bristol
Queens Building
University Walk
Bristol
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Default endurance and environmental conditions-Mechanical Engineering

PhD Research Opportunity
To assess the integrity of film coated pharmaceutical tablets under impact endurance and environmental conditions
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Design, University of Bath

A PhD Research Studentship is currently available in the Department of Mechanical Engineering to develop laboratory scale tests to assess the integrity of film coated pharmaceutical tablets under impact endurance and environmental conditions.

This project is funded by Pfizer Limited, one of the top pharmaceutical companies in the world. The research will involve some visits to their UK Research facility at Sandwich in Kent.

The research will involve expanding upon the novel impact and abrasion tests which have previously been developed for film coated tablets at Bath University. The research will seek to determine the magnitude of the impact forces which film coated tablets experience during manufacture, packaging and transportation. It will seek to establish how various tablet film coating variants behave under different test and environmental conditions as surface damage can lead to a reduced safe shelf life.

This is an excellent opportunity to be based at Bath University and work on a research project funded by one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies. The studentship will be of interest to a recent Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science or Physics graduate who has gained an upper second class or first class degree classification.

The studentship, open to all UK and EU applicants with a tax free maintenance allowance of £15,000 pa, is due to commence in January, 2008.

Those interested should email a full Curriculum Vitae (or Resume) with the names and contact details of two referees, or for further information contact either of the following:

Dr Irene G Turner (4E 3.42) Dr Jeff Vogwell (4E 2.48)
Email : I.G.Turner@bath.ac.uk Email: J.Vogwell@bath.ac.uk
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Industrial CASE Research Studentship
Steel chemistry and processing
University of Birmingham associated with Corus
SCHOLARSHIP COVERS ONLY:- Up to £15.5k depending on applicant (tax free)

Looking for an opportunity to combine industrial experience with a research project leading to a PhD?

The oil and gas industry require large diameter steel pipes of higher strength and toughness to exploit reserves in harsh environments. This puts pressure on pipe manufacturers and steel producers to develop improved steel grades and / or processing methods to meet these increasing demands. This industrial CASE PhD studentship will investigate the relationships between steel chemistry and processing (plate rolling and large diameter pipe forming) and their influence on properties, including Battelle performance. The project is in collaboration with Corus (Construction and Industrial) and will therefore give the successful PhD student the opportunity to spend time at the company as part of their research work.

Candidates must be UK or EU residents (stipend for EU students is up to £11.4k depending on the candidate due to different funding arrangements) and should have a 1st or 2.1 in a relevant science or engineering subject, such as materials or mechanical engineering, or physics. Initial enquiries to Dr Claire Davis (tel: 0121 414 5174; email: c.l.davis@bham.ac.uk).
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Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Studentship
"Modelling & Control of High Frequency High Amplitude, Fuel Flow Oscillations in Aero Engine Control Systems"
EngD Centre in Systems
Managing Systems for Enhanced Performance



Applications are invited for an EngD research student to work on a collaborative research project between Goodrich Engine Control Systems (www.enginecontrols.goodrich.com) and the EngD Centre in Systems.

Goodrich Engine Control Systems (GECS) is a part of Goodrich Corporation. GECS is the world's leading independent engine control supplier for civil aircraft, helicopters and all forms of military aircraft. GECS' major engineering facilities are based in Birmingham, UK, and West Hartford, USA. Products include fuel metering controls, fuel pumping systems, electronic controls, variable geometry actuation controls, and engine health monitoring systems.

Future aero engines will employ a range of active fuel control systems in order to drive down harmful emissions and reduce specific fuel consumption. These systems will require the ability to generate high frequency fuel flow oscillations at the injector nozzles. An essential prerequisite to the development of these systems is the development of a robust understanding and appropriate methodologies for modelling and simulation of fluid control systems at high frequencies. The EngD researcher will need to develop new mathematical analysis, modelling and simulation methods to be integrated with state-of-the-art knowledge of the application domain. These methods will be engine tested on a future demonstrator large gas turbine, developing world-leading low-emissions combustion technology. Further details on the project can be found on the EngD Centre web-site (http://www.sys-eng.bris.ac.uk/vacancies/).

The EngD in Systems is a full-time four-year postgraduate research programme, incorporating taught Masters level courses in systems, management and enterprise.

Candidates for this project should have a minimum of an upper second (2:1) class honours degree (or equivalent) in Engineering or a related subject, with an interest in aircraft systems, fluid mechanics and system modelling.

A tax-free EPSRC stipend (£14,100 for 2007/2008) is available for the successful candidate, and will be enhanced by a minimum of £3,000 p.a. from Goodrich. Tuition fees will also be covered. Standard EPSRC studentship eligibility applies. Please check your eligibility before applying. Non-eligible individuals are welcome to apply, but must be able to find alternative funding.

Information on how to apply, further details of the project and where to obtain application forms, is available on the EngD Centre's web site - www.systems-engineering.bristol.ac.uk

For further details regarding the research project specifically, please contact Dr Nigel Johnston (D.N.Johnston@bath.ac.uk)

For further details regarding the EngD programme, please contact Dr Wendy Daniell (systems-eng@bristol.ac.uk)
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Doctoral Training in Medical Devices (4 year studentships) for Engineers and Physical Scientists
Doctor of Engineering in Medical Devices ( EngD)

We are currently recruiting graduates in Engineering or the Physical Sciences for who have obtained, or expect to obtain, a first or upper second class honours degree to join the Medical Devices Doctoral Training Centre at the University of Strathclyde which was established in 2003 from funding provided by the EPSRC Life Sciences Interface. The centre trains graduate students, providing them with the opportunity to work with medical companies and clinical groups in state of the art research projects to develop new medical devices and related technologies. The students of the centre will have the opportunity to work on projects with a high degree of relevance to the clinicians, patients and medical companies who will be the end users of such research.

Graduates accepted for the centre who are UK citizens will receive a four-year studentship covering living expenses and fees. EU citizens who have been resident in the UK for 3 years or more are also eligible for the full studentship. Fees only support is available for other EU citizens.

Additional information can be found at http://www.strath.ac.uk/dtc/

For an application form and further details please contact:

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University of Strathclyde,
Glasgow G4 0NW.
Telephone: 0141 548 3781
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Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Studentship
"Instrument Development For Investigation Of Complex Fluid Behaviour At High Pressure And High Temperature"
EngD Centre in Systems
Managing Systems for Enhanced Performance


The EngD Centre in Systems invites applications for a University of Bath associated EngD Research Engineer to participate in a collaborative project with KAT (http://www.kat-lab.com/).

KAT provides highly specialised non-routine laboratory analytical services, primarily serving global upstream oil and gas industries. KAT is an SME and the intention is for the Research Engineer to develop a leadership role in the Mechanical Engineering aspects of the company.

The aim is to develop an integrated instrument comprising multiple, interlinked modules suitable for characterisation of complex fluids under controlled high pressure and high temperature (HPHT) conditions and capable of remote function. The three system modules include:

(1) A microscope with digital image capture;
(2) A rotational rheometer with magnetic bearing levitation;
(3) A sample conditioning and phase equilibration system.

New development involves the design of HPHT dosing pumps and automated valves, together with a software control program for interlinked modular function, pressure and temperature conditions, and sample transfer. An interface for remote external control such as by landline or radio link is also required.

The systems design approach of remote laboratory equipment will greatly shorten the production delays and potentially allow optimisation of oilfield production.

The EngD in Systems is a full-time four-year postgraduate research programme, incorporating taught Masters level courses in systems, management and enterprise.

Candidates should have a minimum of an Upper Second (2:1) class honours degree (or equivalent) in Mechanical Engineering or a related subject, with a desire to develop the research project in terms of a systems based approach.

A tax-free EPSRC stipend (£14,100 for 2006/2007) is available for the successful candidate, enhanced by a minimum of £3,000 from KAT. Standard EPSRC studentship eligibility applies. Please check your eligibility before applying. Non-eligible individuals are welcome to apply, but must be able to find alternative funding.

Information on how to apply, further details of the project and where to obtain application forms, is available on the EngD Centre's web site - www.systems-engineering.bristol.ac.uk

For further details regarding the research project specifically, please contact Dr Patrick Keogh (P.S.Keogh@bath.ac.uk)

For further details regarding the EngD programme, please contact Dr Wendy Daniell (systems-eng@bristol.ac.uk)
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Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Studentship
"High Accuracy Aero Engine Fuel System Modelling Technology"
EngD Centre in Systems
Managing Systems for Enhanced Performance


Applications are invited for an EngD research student to work on a collaborative research project between Goodrich Engine Control Systems (www.enginecontrols.goodrich.com) and the EngD Centre in Systems.

Goodrich Engine Control Systems (GECS) is a part of Goodrich Corporation. GECS is the world's leading independent engine control supplier for civil aircraft, helicopters and all forms of military aircraft. GECS' major engineering facilities are based in Birmingham, UK, and West Hartford, USA. Products include fuel metering controls, fuel pumping systems, electronic controls, variable geometry actuation controls, and engine health monitoring systems.

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The EngD in Systems is a full-time four-year postgraduate research programme, incorporating taught Masters level courses in systems, management and enterprise.

Candidates for this project should have a minimum of an upper second (2:1) class honours degree (or equivalent) in Engineering or a related subject, with an interest in aircraft systems, fluid mechanics and system modelling.

A tax-free EPSRC stipend (£14,100 for 2007/2008) is available for the successful candidate, and will be enhanced by a minimum of £3,000 p.a. from Goodrich. Tuition fees will also be covered. Standard EPSRC studentship eligibility applies. Please check your eligibility before applying. Non-eligible individuals are welcome to apply, but must be able to find alternative funding.

Information on how to apply, further details of the project and where to obtain application forms, is available on the EngD Centre's web site - www.systems-engineering.bristol.ac.uk

For further details regarding the research project specifically, please contact Dr Nigel Johnston (D.N.Johnston@bath.ac.uk)

For further details regarding the EngD programme, please contact Dr Wendy Daniell (systems-eng@bristol.ac.uk)
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PhD studentship
Pollutants in the Urban Environment
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science

Project Information
The School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science is seeking a candidate of outstanding ability to join the exciting programme of EPSRC-funded research on the Pollutants in the Urban Environment (PUrE).

The PhD student will work on the development of an integrated life-cycle methodology for mapping the flows of pollutants in the urban environment, following the pollutants from their sources, through the environment to receptors. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Substance Flow Analysis (SFA) and GIS will be used as tools for these purposes.

A first or upper second honours degree, Masters qualification or equivalent in engineering, science or mathematics are ideal academic qualifications for this studentship.

An interest in environmental assessment and modelling is required and experience in LCA, SFA, GIS, and/or uncertainty analysis would be a distinct advantage. The student should also have excellent communication and writing skills.

Funding
This three-year research studentship includes payment of tuition fees and a postgraduate stipend.

Further Information and Application
For informal enquires about the project contact Prof. Adisa Azapagic (adisa.azapagic@manchester.ac.uk).

For more information on the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, please visit our web site http://www.ceas.manchester.ac.uk.

For more information on the PUrE research programme, visit http://www.ceas.manchester.ac.uk/res.../projects/pure.

Other enquires and completed applications, including a CV, and a covering letter stating your research interest can be sent to:

Postgraduate Research Team,
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science,
The University of Manchester,
PO Box 88,
Sackville Street,
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Email: pgr-ceas@manchester.ac.uk;
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PhD Studentship
Behaviour of corrosion-protection coatings on light alloys: prediction of in-service performance
Department of Materials
Aircraft manufacturers would like to predict the in-service performance of painted aluminium aircraft structures as a function of surface treatment, choice of corrosion-inhibiting primer and topcoat, and exposure conditions, using a computer model.

The starting point would be a defective protection scheme (e.g. scratch through to bare metal), but will need to progress to intact coatings.

The exposure conditions will be wet/dry cycling and temperature cycling, with different levels of salt.

The work will examine the electrochemical impedance of the system, wet adhesion, and map local electrochemical activity using a scanning Kelvin probe. Under-coating damage and blistering will be imaged by Scanning Acoustic Microscopy and will be supervised by Dr John Sykes and Dr David Dixon (Airbus).

The aim is to provide mechanistic understanding and parameter values for input to a computer model.

For more information contact Dr John Sykes (john.sykes@materials.ox.ac.uk).

This project is supported by an EPSRC Industrial CASE award and is sponsored by Airbus UK Limited.

For details on how to apply and other relevant information, please take a look at the Department of Materials' website under "How to apply" at: http://www.materials.ox.ac.uk/postgraduate/index.htm.
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