Design and Systems Engineering PhD (PhD)

Brunel University London the United Kingdom

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About Design and Systems Engineering PhD at Brunel University London

The School of Engineering and Design has an outstanding reputation for research both nationally and internationally. It fosters extensive and positive links with industry and commerce, resulting in programmes at both Master's and research level that are highly relevant to the needs of the business world. The quality of all these activities is reflected in excellent government research and teaching ratings. The School views design and engineering as broadly-based and interconnected disciplines, leading to commercially viable solutions backed up by sound technological reasoning and investigation. The interdisciplinarity of this approach extends across subjects as diverse as electrical, electronic and manufacturing engineering, IT and management and there is therefore extensive collaboration between research groups and with other schools of the University. Much of the research and teaching is of an applied nature, often carried out in collaboration and partnership with industrial, educational or government partners. Supervision, both from individual academic staff and through a number of research groups, is available in a wide range of areas supported by four main research groupings: Sensors, Instrumentation and Electronic Systems; Materials, Design and Manufacturing; Networks and Multimedia and Mobile Systems; Engineering for Society. This programme aims to educate graduates not only to the high academic standards expected from PhD research but also in generic personal, business and communication skills. Because it extends the usual PhD from three to four years, it develops an integrated range of skills and knowledge that both broaden and deepen the individual's subject expertise beyond the bounds of the usual research degree. NewRoute students are based primarily in the Materials, Design and Manufacturing Group.Usual entry requirementsA good first degree or a Master's degree.

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