It aims to foster a fast, flexible and adaptable approach to design that will develop highly trained engineers for the future.
The new facility builds on a long-standing relationship between the University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce. It will receive £20 million from HEFCE matched with £40 million from Rolls-Royce.
The centre will focus on:
The centre will also concentrate on educational and professional training. In particular, it will offer opportunities for postgraduates doing masters and doctoral studies.
The facility will create links with the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) at Ansty. This will ensure the centre can respond to new industrial challenges and transfer research quickly to multiple industrial partners.
|Name||Dr Steve Taylor|
|Title||Head of Strategic Research Projects and Partnerships|
|Tel||0121 414 8247|
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