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OPEN POSITION: Senior Researcher in Laser Processing and Additive Manufacturing

Main Duties: Be part of the High-Power Processes and Applications (HPPA) area:
•    Coordination of active projects and reporting to the area coordinator.
•    Coordinate and execute technical tasks related to design, process planning, manufacturing, post-processing, testing and analysis of results, writing technical reports and deliverables, etc.
•    Prepare and submit R&D proposals in the area of manufacturing processes in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team of AIMEN.
Education
•    Degree or Master Degree in Industrial Engineering, preferably with a specialization in Manufacturing Process.
•    Degree or Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Materials or similar.
Job Specific Skills: Advanced knowledge in:
•    Joining and/or manufacturing technologies of broad spectrum of metals: laser technologies, friction stir welding, electric arc, etc.
•    Industrial equipment based on these technologies and their deployment on robot / CNC positioning systems.
•    3D modelling and design tools (CATIA, ProEngineer, Solidworks or similar).
•    Ability of offline programming using commercial tools (e.g. Mastercam, Robotmaster, Powermill or similar).
Desirable Qualifications And Skills
•    Doctorate will be highly regarded, especially if related to processing of metallic materials: metallurgy, welding and other joining or similar.
•    Knowledge and demonstrable experience in:
    Simulation tools for joining processes and manufacturing by energy input (SysWeld, Pancomputing or similar).
    Monitoring and control systems for joining and manufacturing process.
    Metal Additive Manufacturing technologies, especially those of Direct Deposition of Energy (p-LMD, w-LMD, WAAM, etc.)
    To have a network of industrial contacts and research centers at national and European level.

More details and application: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/871884502/
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PhD studentship offer

 A PhD studentship is now available working on the synchrotron and neutron imaging of additive manufacturing, based at ESRF.

The PhD will be a UCL one with Prof. Lee as primary supervisor.

You will do several placements at Rolls-Royce UK. However, the bulk of the time will be spent at ESRF.

You will join ID19’s team at the ESRF. ID19 is a hard X-ray beamline with a special emphasis on (in situ) microtomography and ultra-high speed radiography. Working with UCL, ILL and Rolls-Royce plc, your PhD project will be to help develop, build and use in situ additive manufacturing (AM) rigs which can be used on the ESRF/ILL beamlines to perform in situ and operando imaging that will help develop new processes, materials and monitoring systems. Working with the beamline scientists at ESRF you will learn state of the art X-ray physics; with UCL you will learn how to design and apply AM rigs that work on synchrotron and neutron (with ILL) beamlines. At Rolls-Royce you will use the new physics you reveal to improve and validate computation models of the process.

Please see details at: http://bit.ly/UCL_PhD_ESRF

 

Two PhD studentships available, Additive Manufacturing

Two PhD posts funded by Ford and Rolls-Royce available to work on using synchrotron imaging for additive manufacturing and solidification:
 
1.    EPSRC Industrial CASE PhD Studentship with Rolls-Royce: Shedding new light on additive manufacturing for aerospace applications.  Outstanding applications are invited to join the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University College London as part of an EPSRC industrial CASE (iCASE) PhD studentship.

More info: http://bit.ly/2LDEzRy

2.    Impact PhD Studentship with Ford:  Modelling Light alloy automotive component Manufacture. Outstanding applicants are invited to apply for an industrially co-funded PhD studentship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University College London.

More info: http://bit.ly/2JxNdk0