Find out how you can be ready for one of 20+ industry-supported PhD vacancies offered by the @REDIprogram. Join the applicant info session on Thursday 31 March. A #PhDposition in Advanced Air Mobility is available @polimi, together with @RMITuniversity.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/redi-applicant-info-session-2nd-call-tickets-304740756807
The Department of Aerospace Science and Technology of Politecnico di Milano together with RMIT University are pleased to offer a Marie Curie dual PhD fellowship in Advanced Air Mobility through the REDI program, www.rediprogram.eu.
Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) is referred to a set of vehicles that provide air transport services in a metropolitan area using powered-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. AAM offers opportunities for the cities of the future, but it presents several challenges.
The research will focus on the development of eVTOL digital twin models to be used for vehicle certification, able to evaluate mobility schemes, emergency procedures, together with handling qualities and pilot workload. The aeroelastic behaviour of these aircraft will be considered as well, to highlight potential aeromechanical instabilities, and to provide a robust tool including aeroelastic certification of the eVTOL critical parts.
The REDI (RMIT European Doctoral Innovators) program, a global €9 million doctoral training initiative co-funded by the European Union, RMIT University and over 25 European research and industry partners, is seeking highly motivated researchers to join this life-changing opportunity.
With an impressive response, the first call of the program launched in October 2021 received applications from 460+ international students from all around the globe. The selected candidates for these first vacancies are currently in the interview process and will soon become part of the REDI experience.
Now REDI is on the search for candidates for its second call of applications, which opens on applications on 1 March 2022 with 20+ new positions in multiple disciplines.
REDI poses a unique chance for 40+ doctoral candidates to fast-track their careers with its comprehensive program. REDI offers excellent PhD conditions with access to top researchers from industry and academia across 12+ countries and the possibility of being awarded dual doctorates.
Moreover, REDI students will enjoy an enviable international experience and networking opportunities with an annual training week in Barcelona and a once-in-a-lifetime residential year at RMIT in Melbourne, ranked in the top 20 best young universities in the world.
REDI gives candidates the choice from more than 120 industry-supported projects, and the chance to set themselves apart from the rest and address real-world challenges across a wide range of disciplines.