The NMIS Doctorate Centre in Advanced Manufacturing is focused on industry-based research, designed to make a difference to manufacturers and engineers.
We offer students an opportunity to carry out in-depth research to develop solutions to industry-relevant challenges. By undertaking an NMIS Doctorate our ambitious and able students will be equipped with the technical, business, and personal skills they need to pursue a successful career in advanced manufacturing.
For our industry partners, having a dedicated researcher to conduct a specific area of work, serves as an ideal opportunity to work on advanced manufacturing production techniques with the time and flexibility to explore new solutions to manufacturing problems.
Do you have a manufacturing research project that’s been on hold due to a lack of funding and resource? Perhaps you lack the necessary equipment, technology, and facilities?
Taking part in the NMIS doctorate programme could help to turn these challenges into an opportunity.
By part-funding a studentship, we can offer access to a network of ambitious students ready to bring new and innovative ideas to the forefront, allowing you to accelerate your research project.
And it doesn’t just stop there. Further benefits to your company could include:
If you would like to explore the idea of becoming an industry partner and finding out more about the benefits on offer, get in touch with our team to have an initial discussion and find out what is involved for you and your business.
Find out what’s involved when you undertake a studentship at one of the leading manufacturing research centres in the country.
If you love learning and have a keen interest in improving your knowledge and skillset within the manufacturing industry, have you considered pursuing a PhD or EngD with NMIS?
Focusing on advanced manufacturing techniques as well as the forming and forging of metallic materials, our programmes will enable you to build on your understanding of manufacturing issues while gaining valuable industrial experience.
Undertaking an NMIS studentship can:
2017 | Data driven manufacturing
2019 | Near net shape manufacture
2018 | Material processing