A joint team from Oxford, Edinburgh, and Plymouth universities have investigated how waves transport floating ocean debris while including, for the first time, the effect of an objects’ size, buoyancy, and inertia on its transport.
The successful candidate will undertake teaching duties in Mechanical Engineering. They will also carry out research in Engineering Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship, within the Institute of Materials and Processes at the University of Edinburgh.
Powderblade was a collaboration of The University of Edinburgh, Eirecomposites Teo, Suzlon Energy and WestBIC. It was a research and development project that used novel engineering methods to modernise the way large wind turbine blades are manufactured and installed.
We are delighted that three of our teaching staff were shortlisted in this year’s Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) Teaching Awards. In total, 86 of our staff were nominated in the Awards with many receiving multiple nominations across different categories.
A collaborative group of multidisciplinary academics and entrepreneurs led by Dr Adam A. Stokes have devised a system to create personalised facemasks for healthcare workers that include 3D-printed components designed using photos taken with smartphones.
To deliver undergraduate and postgraduate taught learning and teaching activities, within an established programme and with specified learning outcomes, as part of the integrated overall course structure within the School of Engineering. A key purpose of the role is to enhance the learning experience of students and create a stimulating and interactive learning environment in a variety of functions including tutorials, laboratories and marking of student submissions.