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Manufacturing Advances Through Training Engineering Researchers

Swansea University


MATTER.jpgMATTER (Manufacturing Advances Through Training Engineering Researchers) is a venture funded by EPSRC through Swansea University that will support 26 EngD students over four years. MATTER has been developed to provide doctoral level research in advanced manufacturing across three themes:

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Packaging


These themes are critical manufacturing areas for the UK economy and the development and improvement of new manufacturing processes and products will ensure the rapid growth and competitiveness of these sectors. MATTER had its first intake of six students in October 2011.

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