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All research students in the School of Engineering, School of Computing, School of Applied Social Studies and School of Health Sciences are now registered with ORCID.  Attach your ORCID to your publications and your thesis to build your body of work.

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Funding Opportunity: Royal Academy of Engineering

The next round of the Distinguished Visiting Fellowships scheme is now open for applications. The deadline is 4pm on 18th April 2016.  The aim of the scheme is to help UK universities to build capacity and promote collaborations by facilitating visits by distinguished international experts. It provides funding to enable an academic engineering department in a UK university to be a host for up to a month to a Distinguished Visiting Fellow from an overseas academic centre of excellence. Details here. This will be the only call for the DVF scheme for visits taking place in the 2016/17 financial year. The subsequent round will open in February 2017.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7766 0654  Web: www.raeng.org.uk

Scholarship funding award: Control of Multistable Dynamical Systems

Dr Yang Liu will be working on the control of multistable dynamical systems in the Oil & Gas industry.  Yang will be supervising Boying Liu who has been awarded a Carnegie Caledonian PhD Scholarship.  Control of multistable dynamical systems is a major challenge for power intensive industries to utilize renewable energy in order to ensure long-term sustainable economic growth; strategies for engineering systems to reduce their energy consumptions are to become compulsory. This project will develop new control strategies for general engineering systems with a special attention to the applications in oil and gas industry to maintain their performance within a satisfactory level by using the minimum control energy.

 

Funding Opportunity : Distinguished Visiting Fellowships scheme is now open for applications

The next round of the Distinguished Visiting Fellowships scheme is now open for applications. The deadline is 4pm on 18th April 2016.  The aim of the scheme is to help UK universities to build capacity and promote collaborations by facilitating visits by distinguished international experts. It provides funding to enable an academic engineering department in a UK university to be a host for up to a month to a Distinguished Visiting Fellow from an overseas academic centre of excellence. Details Here. This will be the only call for the DVF scheme for visits taking place in the 2016/17 financial year. The subsequent round will open in February 2017.