Business and Continued Professional Development at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

Business engagement

The School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering have a dedicated business engagement team. Get in touch and discover how our knowledge and capabilities can help address your business needs.

Our capabilities

Our research themes pages detail the core capabilities and interests in which knowledge transfer opportunities are available.

Our activities are supported by excellent research and teaching facilities from across The University of Manchester.

Ways of working with us

Collaboration with industry and business is fundamental to our achievements. Opportunities include consultancy work, knowledge transfer partnerships and collaborative research.

 

14th ERCOFTAC Osborne Reynolds Day

Thursday July 14, 2016

Final Call for submissions to: Osborne Reynolds Oral and Poster PhD Competitions

These competitions offer prestigious awards that celebrate the quality of students and graduates who have been pursuing doctoral‐level research across the broad domain of fluid mechanics including turbulence, multi‐phase, stratified and free‐surface flows, convective transport processes, combustion and acoustics. Entries are welcome from schools of engineering, physics, mathematics or environmental sciences. PhD students or recent graduates from ALL UK universities are eligible to enter whether or not their host university is a member of ERCOFTAC.

Entry to both competitions is open to: Current PhD‐registered students at a UK university Doctoral graduates from a UK university who graduated since June 2015

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