Achieving sustainable zero emissions personal transportation is one of the most vital issues of the modern age. If the automotive industry is going to evolve and develop the sustainable transport solutions of the future, it needs to adopt a full 360-degree approach:
- What does the future of transport look like?
- What do our vehicles look like?
- What fuels will we be using?
- How does our national infrastructure need to adapt?
- How can we contribute the conversation on governmental policy?
We would like to invite you to an event to find out about how the AAPS CDT is driving innovation and addressing skills gaps in the Automotive Industry and how you can get involved.
Each year the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems will enroll at least 10 new fully-funded students into our four-year Integrated PhD programme. We are looking to develop students from a range of disciplines and backgrounds who want to research and pursue a leading industrial, research, business or political career within the Automotive sector.
This showcase is designed to demonstrate opportunities for both staff and current students.
As a member of staff, you can join us for a session in the morning where you can:
- find out about the aims of the Centre and our unique programme
- hear about the research opportunities in our Centre
- learn more about our current students and projects
- find out about how to engage with us
To register as a member of staff, please use this link
As a current student you can join us for a session in the afternoon where you can:
- Learn more about our bespoke four-year integrated PhD
- Meet our current students
- Hear about current PhD projects being offered within the CDT
- Find out about the themes within the CDT and how your discipline is relevant
To register as a student, please use this link
There is also lunch provided for both staff and students.
The timings for the sessions are as follows:
- Staff information session 11:15 - 12:15
- Lunch for staff and students 12:15 - 13:30
- Student information session 13:30 - 15:15
Who should attend?
Staff and current students with a background in engineering, science, management and social science disciplines who are looking for future opportunities.