Industry

The Advanced Metallics CDT is supported by a range of companies interested in both research collaboration and our future trained doctoral graduates.

The Metallics CDT is considered an exceptional source of technical expertise, facilities and, crucially, future specialists for industry and academia to ensure that the UK has a vibrant, broad-based, collaborative and resilient metallics sector now and into the future.

If your organisation would like to get involved with the CDT through:

  • PhD and EngD project sponsorship
  • Guest lectures
  • Hosting industrial visits
  • CPD opportunities for staff
  • SME consultancy project

We are collaborating with over 30 companies from a range of sectors including aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, nuclear and manufacturing.

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Our industrial collaborators are listed below.

The Metallics CDT is considered an exceptional source of technical expertise, facilities and, crucially, future specialists for industry and academia to ensure that the UK has a vibrant, broad-based, collaborative and resilient metallics sector now and into the future.

The blend of academic study and industrial interface offered to a student under the Advanced Metallic Systems CDT scheme gives them a superb understanding of the technical, theoretical and commercial aspects of innovation and allows them to work with companies to understand constraints, timescales and business decision making processes whilst developing highly marketable technical skills at the University.