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Subject:

Re: PhD

From:

Colin Everiss <[log in to unmask]>

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Date:

Mon, 22 Feb 1999 08:51:16 +0000

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I am currently working on producing computer models of tissue and 
looking for a part-time PhD. My work is in an International 
partnership and for the past two years I have visited Ancona, Italy 
where I have been working with a friend.

Is there any interest??

> Date:          Wed, 10 Feb 1999 17:53:44 +0000
> Subject:       PhD studentship available
> From:          Ulrich Hansen <[log in to unmask]>
> To:            [log in to unmask]
> Reply-to:      [log in to unmask]

> If any you know of a student who may have an interest in the available PhD
> studentship described below please forward this information.
> Ulrich
> 
> 
> Title: Mechanical/Fracture Properties of Bone.
> 
> A Ph.D. studentship investigating the mechanical/fracture properties of
> bone is available at the Centre for Biomimetics/Dept Engineering at
> University of Reading. 
> 
> The studentship is part of a three year RETF (Research Endowment Trust
> Fund) supported project and will cover fees and student bursary at the
> home/EU rate (so the studentship is appropriate for EU applicants as well
> as UK applicants). 
> 
> The successful applicant should hold a good second-or first-class degree.
> As the title of the studentship implies mechanics is central to the
> project. However, applicants with any relevant background (Engineering,
> Physics, biology etc) will be considered. Emphasis being on interest and
> willingness to pick up engineering and biology concepts as appropriate.
> 
> To apply (or to get more information) please send a full CV with the names
> of two referees to:
> 
> Dr. U. Hansen, Department of Engineering, The University of Reading,
> Whiteknights, Reading. RG6 6AY.
> Tel. +44 (0) 118 931 8557.
> email: [log in to unmask]
> 
> 

Colin Everiss
University of Westminster


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