Scholarship: £12,940 stipend + UK/EU fees
This post is part of a GWR-funded research project in collaboration with Systematic Innovation Ltd. and the University of Bath. The project is aimed at the development of tools and methods to assist next generation engineers and scientists to deliver breakthrough design solutions.
The underlying theme of the project is computer-aided innovation. The project will build upon the world’s biggest study of creativity and innovation.
The PhD project will involve research into the emerging areas of complex systems theory, bio-technology and nano-engineering, followed by development of these findings into a more universal innovation knowledge framework.
The project will involve extensive use of the developed tools, methods and strategies to create novel solutions to real world and industry problems.
Candidates for this post are expected to have a Masters degree in one or a combination of electronic/computing/physics/biological/mathematics disciplines.
A specific knowledge of expert systems and/or complex systems would be of particular benefit.
Strong candidates with a BEng or BSc and work experience in the above areas may be considered for the post.
Candidates should demonstrate good programming skills and, ideally, knowledge of NetLogo and VBNet.
Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr Paul Filmore by email only: pfilmore[at]plymouth.ac.uk