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The University of Southampton
Human Factors Research Unit (HFRU)

PhD Studentship: General

General PhD opportunities in the field of human responses to vibration

Project description: 

If you have an idea for a PhD project concerned with human responses to whole-body or hand-arm vibration you are invited to contact us.

Details of research in the HFRU can be found at: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/HFRU.

Entry requirements: Multi-disciplinary studentships are available to candidates with the equivalent of a first class or upper-second class degree in a related discipline (e.g., engineering, physics, psychology, or physiology), having an interest in human responses to vibration and appropriate skills. The research requires good communication and an ability to work within a team and collaborate across a range of disciplines.

If you wish to discuss your idea for a project informally, please contact Dr Ying Ye, Human Factors Research Unit, ISVR, Email: y.ye@soton.ac.uk, Tel: +44 (0) 2380 592277.

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