The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Future Ultrasonic Engineering (FUSE) is a partnership between the Centre for Medical and Industrial Ultrasonics, University of Glasgow (MIU, UoG) and the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering, University of Strathclyde (CUE, UoS).
Ultrasonics is essential in a wide-range of sectors, including medical diagnosis, mobile communications, non-destructive evaluation, and underwater sensing, and is ubiquitous in electronics manufacturing.
Companies worldwide rely on ambitious, innovative engineers to provide their unique knowledge of ultrasonics and give them a competitive advantage.
FUSE is the largest academic ultrasonic engineering unit in the world. Working with more than 30 external organisations enables us to train a new generation of leaders in ultrasonics research, engineering, and product development.
We do this in a world-class research environment provided by two of the UK’s pre-eminent universities and our partners, creating a training and research powerhouse in ultrasonics attracting the best students and putting the UK at the global forefront of the field.
FUSE takes the lead in training doctoral students in future ultrasonic engineering. These researchers form a cadre of technical and managerial leaders to drive forward innovation in a sector vital for UK prosperity.
Operating in an environment strongly affected by such contemporary developments as electronics, medical technology, robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), FUSE students are trained to be confident their technical credentials and to face the challenges they will meet in their future roles.