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Mechanical Engineering research and PhD programmes

The aim of mechanical, automotive and aerospace engineering at Brunel is to develop novel theories, methods and procedures in applied mechanics, and to apply these to real life problems within the aerospace, offshore, construction, energy and medical engineering industries. Our industry-focused expertise is supporting the future development of new transport technologies, helping address the challenges of producing cleaner, more efficient vehicles and fuels along with integrated intelligent transport systems.

Research opportunities for students 

Research students are welcomed to Brunel as valued members of our thriving, research-intensive community. Browse PhD opportunities below and find out about the funding available for students. Browse a full range of PhD opportunities in this area here.

Research in mechanical, automotive and aerospace engineering

Aerospace

Aerospace

Automotive

Automotive

Our industry-focused expertise is supporting the future development of new transport technologies, helping address the challenges of producing cleaner, more efficient vehicles and fuels along with integrated intelligent transport systems.

Engineering Management and Sustainability

Engineering Management and Sustainability

Equitable Development and Resilience

Equitable Development and Resilience

Mechanics of Solids and Structures

Mechanics of Solids and Structures

Robotics and Automation

Robotics and Automation

 

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Our funded studentships become available at different times of the year. Please keep checking our page regularly to see the latest funded opportunities. We also advertise all our funded studentships as soon as they become available on the @BrunelResearch twitter account.

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