Below you will find all the posters that will be on display at the Research Day, grouped into five main themes.
The posters below are predominantly from PhD students in their second year of research. Please take time to view the posters on display at the event and talk to the students themselves about their research.
Net Zero Carbon Future
Providing the knowledge base to contribute to the UK’s ambitious targets to achieve net zero emissions, with current focus and areas of excellence in combustion, fuel cells, aerodynamics, batteries, and energy materials.
Accelerating next generation industrialsolutions encompassing a variety of simulation and modelling techniques including AI and machine learning, with application focus across the automotive, aerospace and rail sectors to help deliver net zero carbon vehicles by 2035.
Applying engineering practices to design new processes, tools and techniques to bridge gaps across biological and healthcare challenges. This theme highlights our research in bio-engineering, bio-medical, bio-materials, bio-technology, regenerative medicine, pharmaceutical manufacture and anti-microbial resistance. It applies fundamental engineering principles to innovation and design where the challenge or solution is biological in origin.
Circular Economy. A revolutionary alternative to the ‘make-use-dispose’ economy, this research has a central principle; that the economy should maintain continuous flows of resources at their highest value for the longest period and then recover, cascade and regenerate them at the end of each life cycle.