About the Centre

 

The vision of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science: 

Our vision is to develop a fundamental understanding of the effect of molecular-level processes on macroscopic materials properties and hence to improve the design and engineering of functional materials for applications in energy, nanoscience, catalysis, information technology and biomedical science and engineering.

The M3S CDT is a partnership between University College London (UCL) and a range of industrial sponsors. The course consists of rigorous training of doctoral students to the EngD degree in a 4-year individually tailored training and research programme.  This training is the key to the successful outcome of collaborative research and the supply of highly trained and motivated EngD graduates to the industrial and public sector research communities.

The unique features of the M3S programme are:

  • Technical lectures and training by academic and industrial scientists;
  • Accredited project management and business courses;
  • Materials simulation projects;
  • Professional career development and transferable skills training;
  • Knowledge transfer and outreach activities;
  • Substantially greater range of industrial collaborators in new priority research areas.
To read more, click here

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science (M3S CDT) at University College London (UCL) is a relatively new, multi-disciplinary Engineering Doctorate (EngD) training centre, which was set up in response to the growing need by industry for researchers trained in materials science.

To read more, click here

The industrially led broad research themes in the M3S IDC focus on:

  • Energy materials and catalysis.
  • Information technology and software engineering.
  • Nano-engineering for smart materials.
  • Pharmaceuticals and biomedical engineering.
To read more, click here
More Info
 
Error Message
 
Industry Partner Sign-in
Please enter the characters you see in the image into the input box above (not case sensitive)
UCL Sign-in
Please enter the characters you see in the image into the input box above (not case sensitive)