EPSRC DTP Studentship - 3D printed fibre sensors for breath-borne biomarker detection

Job Overview

Location
Cambridge, England
Job Type
Full Time
Date Posted
4 months ago

Additional Details

Job ID
9978
Job Views
53

Job Description

University of Cambridge - Department of Engineering

Qualification Type:PhD
Location:Cambridge
Funding for:UK Students, EU Students
Funding amount:Not Specified
Hours:Full Time
Placed On:9th November 2020
Closes:1st March 2021


Human breath contains many biomarkers of interest that offer insights into the various body conditions and diseases that the person is experiencing. Innovative sensor-based technologies could provide on-site and point-of-care detection of breath-borne volatile biomarkers.

This PhD studentship aims to use the recent 3D fibre printing technology developed from the Biointerface Group in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge (https://biointerface.eng.cam.ac.uk/) to fabricate high sensitivity, non-contact, wearable/portable sensors for detecting selected respiratory gases.

Applicants should have (or expect to obtain by the start date) a first class in relevant disciplines, including Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Bioengineering.

EPSRC DTP studentships are fully-funded (fees and maintenance) for eligible UK students. We recommend that international students apply by 3 December, in order that they can also be put forward for funding from the Cambridge Trust for the home-overseas fee difference if selected.

To apply for this studentship, please send your two page CV and a cover letter to Dr Yan Yan Shery Huang to arrive no later than Monday 1 March 2021.

Please note that any offer of funding will be conditional on securing a place as a PhD student. Candidates will need to apply separately for admission through the University's Graduate Admissions application portal; this can be done before or after applying for this funding opportunity. Note that there is a £70 fee for PhD applications. The applicant portal can be accessed via: www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/directory/egegpdpeg. The funding is conditional on submitting this application before 31 March 2021.

The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.

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