School of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Research Programmes

We offer a variety of research fields in Mechanical Engineering and welcome graduates looking to further their study.

Postgraduate researchers joining our School will normally be allocated to work within one of the major research groups. These groups undertake research activity over a wide range of research topics.

Within mechanical engineering our current principal research fields are:

As well as seeking graduates in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering and engineering mathematics, we welcome applicants with degrees in physics, chemistry, chemical engineering and mathematics.

Most research students proceed to a PhD, which requires three years full-time study or five years part-time study. An MPhil degree is available for candidates who cannot commit this length of time. 

Faraday Institution Studentships: Recycling and Circular Economy of Batteries

Newcastle University is offering four three-year studentships commencing Autumn 2018 as part of the Recycling of Lithium Batteries (ReLiB) project funded by the flagship UK Faraday Institution and Newcastle University. Candidates should have a 2(I) or 1st class Batchelor or Masters degrees in any of the following disciplines: electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrochemistry, chemical engineering, civil engineering, economics and business.

 

Further information

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