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Project: Truck Dynamics
Principal Investigator: David Cebon
Funding: EPSRC Studentships may be available for UK students. Overseas students must be self-funded.
Application Deadline: Open
Tenure: 3 years.
 

 

Project: Micromechanics of Asphalt
Principal Investigator: David Cebon
Funding: EPSRC Studentships may be available for UK students. Occasional fully-funded studentships are available from NARC .
Application Deadline: Open
Tenure: 3 years.


Project: Lifetime Modelling of Roads
Principal Investigator: David Cebon
Funding: EPSRC Studentships may be available for UK students. Overseas students must be self-funded.
Application Deadline: Open
Tenure: 3 years.
 
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PhD approved

Feb 03, 2016

Qiheng (Matt) Miao's PhD dissertation 'Vision-based path-following control of articulated vehicles' has been approved by the university.

PhD approved

Aug 01, 2015

Amy Rimmer's PhD dissertation 'Autonomous Reversing of Multiply-Articulated Heavy Vehicles, PhD Dissertation, in Engineering Department' has been approved by the University.

PhD approved

Mar 09, 2014

Leon Henderson's PhD dissertation 'Improving Emergency Braking Performance of Heavy Goods Vehicles' has been approved by the University.

News on the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight

Feb 24, 2013

The Centre for Sustainable Road Freight is a new initiative involving researchers in heavy vehicle engineering at Cambridge; the Logistics Research Centre at Heriot Watt University working with a Consortium of companies from the road freight and vehicle manufacturing industries. The aim is to make road freight transport more sustainable. Follow links to two articles about the centre...

PhD Approved

Dec 01, 2012

Will Midgley's PhD dissertation 'Regenerative Braking of Urban Delivery Heavy Goods Vehicles' has been approved by the University.

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