Faculty of Engineering
Important: Students should not restrict their search for a supervisor to those listed below. Use other sources of information on research groups to find out about possible supervisors. Most UROP research experiences are obtained with staff who do not advertise their availability. However, please also take note of the list of non-participating staff.
|Title of UROP Opportunity (Research Experience) & Details||Experience required (if any)||Contact Details and any further Information|
Theory and Simulation of Materials
The Theory and Simulation of Materials Centre for Doctoral Training commonly offers a number of UROP projects each summer in areas across Physics, Materials, Chemistry and Engineering.
|(subject to confirmation) For more information on possible projects and details of how to apply for summer 2019 please visit our website in January/February: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/theory-and-simulation-of-materials/programmes/urop-projects|
Digital Electronics: The development of tools and techniques to help automate the design of digital circuits from high level specifications. The implementation of algorithms in reconfigurable hardware or combined hardware/software
|An interest and skills in both software and hardware (digital).||
Prof George Constantinides, Circuits and Systems Research Group, Dept of Electrical Engineering, Room 910, Electrical Engineering Building, South Kensington Campus. Tel: 020 7594 6299 Email: email@example.com
Non-Destructive Testing: Components and structures in safety-critical applications must be tested before service and at intervals during their operating life to ensure that there are no defects such as cracks or delaminations present which could cause failure. The tests which are carried out must not damage the component and are, therefore, termed non-destructive. Many parameters which can give information about the integrity of components are measured but there is no universally applicable technique and several areas, such as adhesive joints, are not adequately covered by existing test methods.
Current research is investigating the potential of sonic vibration and ultrasonic measurements for the detection of defects. Opportunities are available in these areas.
|Professor Mike Lowe, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rm 461a, Mechanical Engineering Building, South Kensington Campus. Tel: 020 759 47071; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|UROP Opportunities in the Faculty of Engineering|