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Industrial secondment opportunities for postdoctoral researchers

Industrial secondment opportunities for postdoctoral researchers

We are offering a range of exciting secondment opportunities in businesses for postdoctoral researchers. These exciting opportunities are available in companies ranging from engineering, to consultancy, construction, composites and more.

We have arranged a number of meetings during the week of 27 September, where you can find out more about the companies and the opportunities available, and find out how to apply for the secondments.

You can register for these meetings on the Inkpath researcher development platform.

Tuesday 28th September

Des19ncor 10:00-10:30 – DBAB0002e

Des19ncor is an engineering consultancy specialising in communication products, industrial products, gas & oil products and water industry products. They are offering two secondment opportunities with their hydrogen fuel sensor project.

Mace 10:30-11:00 – DBAB0002f

Mace is a global company involved in development, consultancy, construction, and operations. They are offering up to two secondments to work on their Innovation Roadmap.

Tyseley Energy Park 11:30-12:00 – DBAB0002c

Tyseley Energy Park is the convergence of and collaboration between academia, industry and the public sector focused on creating solutions to drive carbon reduction across: heat, transport, recycling and energy systems. In the first instance they are looking for someone to scope a sustainability plan for Tyseley Energy Park. This could lead to a longer secondment opportunity.

Wednesday 29th September

Adjacency 14:00-14:30 – DBAB0002d

Adjacency is an SME based at the Warwick Manufacturing Group, working on low cost / high performance / fully circular composite materials for automotive light-weighting and potentially hydrogen pressure vessels. They have collaborations with University of Birmingham through the ATETA programme and are looking to co-create a secondment opportunity with C-DICE postdoctoral researchers.

Friday 1st October

ARLI 13:30-14:00– DBAB0002g

Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact (ARLI) is a EU funded projected led by the University of Birmingham which offers funded advice and technical support to eligible SMEs across a large part of the West Midlands. They are looking to offer multiple placement and secondment opportunities.

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