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EngD

Introduction

Engdoc Posgraduate Study

The 4-year Engineering Doctorate (EngD) course is often described as a “PhD+”, and the aim of the EngD programme in "Molecular Modelling and Materials Science'' (M3S) is to train graduate students to PhD standard in the key area of the application of computer modelling techniques to materials research.

The course contains a taught element at Masters level, which is usually completed by the student (Research Engineer - RE) within the first two years of the programme, and in addition the RE undertakes a doctoral research project with the industrial sponsor.

Background

The Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science (M3S IDC) at University College London is funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and Industry to combine rigorous training with research excellence in an integrated four-year doctoral degree programme in partnership with a range of external collaborators.

More information can be found on the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science website.

Programme Structure

The M3S EngD programme comprises a taught course, incorporating both research project and literature review and Project Management and Personal Development in Practice (PDP) programmes, and a doctoral research programme. 

More information can be found on the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science website.

Available Projects

Current and future M3S IDC EngD projects are sponsored by from energy providers and catalyst specialists to glass manufacturers, computer hardware and software companies, biomedical implants and national laboratories from UK, USA and France. In terms of the size, both small and medium enterprises and multi-national corporations have been involved in the research activities in the M3S IDC.

More information can be found on the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science website.

How to Apply

Information regarding application is available on the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science website.

Further Information

For any further information regarding the EngDoc in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science please contact the course organiser by completing the following form, outlining your request using the Additional Information box.

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