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Investigating the Role of CO2 Corrosion Products Deposits on Localised Corrosion 

We are looking for for an enthusiastic graduate with an interest in corrosion science, engineering materials or material science to join the Institute of Functional Surfaces anytime from June to October 2019. The project will be largely experimental and will involve the development of new systems for the evaluation of corrosion under deposits. A 1st class honours or 2:1 in Physics, Chemistry, Materials or Engineering is required. The funding is at the EPSRC rate and will be for 3 years.

Informal enquiries please contact:

Dr. Richard Barker                                    Professor Anne Neville 

Institute of Functional Surfaces                Director, Institute of Functional Surfaces

School of Mechanical Engineering           School of Mechanical Engineering

University of Leeds, UK                              University of Leeds, UK

Email: r.j.barker@leeds.ac.uk                   Email: a.neville@leeds.ac.uk