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New EPSRC Doctoral Studentship Opportunity on Digital technology in the service design and lifecycle with Rolls Royce

The objective of this doctoral project is to create a living digital twin of an aerospace engine to monitor the engine in-use and understand the effects on conceptual design and users' behaviours (including end-uses).

Dr Veronica Martinez from the Cambridge Service Alliance and Digital Built Britain Centres at the University of Cambridge invites interested candidates to apply before the 15th Jan 2019.  With a doctoral start date Oct 2019.

For more information about the studentship visit: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/19515/

For other general enquiries contact Dr Martinez vm338@cam.ac.uk

 

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