Research Fellow in Additive Manufacture (Process and Materials)
Cranfield University is publicising an exciting opportunity to contribute to the sustainable additive manufacturing (SAM) project. SAM is a new EPSRC project with a vision to develop novel metal AM processes that utilise recycled swarf as feedstock, enabling a greatly reduced overall energy and CO2 footprint for high-value near-net-shaped components, and facilitating much wider exploitation of near-net-shape AM technologies throughout industry. This project covers different research areas, including process development, process modelling, environmental & economic assessment, and material characterisation (collaborating with University of Manchester).
Find out more on the post and how to apply here: https://jobs.cranfield.ac.uk/vacancy/research-fellow-in-additive-manufacture-process-and-materials-489551.html