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You are eligible to apply for the 3 month International Exchange Programme if you are a PhD student, EngD student or a Postdoctoral Researcher funded by The Future Composites Manufacturing research Hub.
As a result of your exchange visit you will be expected to produce the following outcomes:
Alternative outcomes could include:
If you are interested in applying for the International Exchange Programme, it is expected that you should complete the following steps prior to applying for the programme:
Once you have completed the Expression of Interest stage above, you can apply to the International Exchange Programme.
To find out more information contact Dr Mike Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Bristol, UK to the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada – April 2019. A study into high speed impact on composites to simulate bird strike events will be undertaken. UBC has specialised delivery and measurement capabilities within their Composite Research Network (CRN) facility.
University of Edinburgh, UK to the University of Auckland, NZ – July 2019. An investigation into the impact behaviour of carbon fibre reinforced thermoplastic composites will be undertaken. Equipment within the Centre for Advanced Composite Materials (CACM) including high speed camera recording of impact will permit a detailed study into damage initiation and progression.
University of Southampton, UK to the Defence Science and Technology (DST), Melbourne, Australia – July 2019. Characterisation of damage using a strain-based, non-destructive evaluation approach will be undertaken on composite structures. The DST incorporates an integrated Thermoelastic Stress Analysis and Digital Image Correlation.