EngD Studentship (Inductive) charging

The increase in the number of plug-in vehicles available to customers has led to a large number of charging posts available in town centres etc. There are a limited number of products available which offer non-contact charging of automotive battery packs. The acceptance of plug-in charging for certain automotive segments (for example the premium vehicle sector through Jaguar Land Rover) in not well understood. The relative benefits of the contactless method across the spectrum of technical, social, financial and health aspects is a wide research question. Particular novel aspects of contactless charging could include for example “continuous charging on the move” which would not be possible from conventional charging.

Awards available: 1 award available

Funding Details: Fees at RCUK level and a stipend of approximately £19,000 (tax free)

Length of Award: 4 years EngD (Int.)

Eligibility: Due to funding restrictions this is open to UK/ EU Applicants.

Application Details: 

Please view the following page for full details about this award: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wmg/education/researchdegrees/idc/

Applicants are asked to contact j.kirkwood@warwick.ac.uk before submitting an application.

Deadline: 30 June 2013

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