Doctoral Study

The Centre for Fine Print Research has a strong track record of successful PhD and Mphil completions. Our doctoral programme provides a thriving intellectual community, with students from around the world researching aspects of multi-disciplinary fine print. We are home to an expanding network of postgraduate researchers, engaged in a distinctive practice-based research culture. We are committed to the development and training of a new generation of interdisciplinary practitioner-researchers, who will critically engage across multiple disciplines including the fine arts, crafts, design and science fields.  The research team at CFPR provide a platform for diverse and challenging research aimed at making a mark in the scholarly, scientific and artistic communities. Although our research is primarily initiated from a visual perspective, it is inexorably linked to industrial development and new technologies and you will engage with a range of companies and institutions.  We expect research students to take a full and active role in the Research Centre including taking part in regular workshops, conferences and seminars. Find out about our current research students here.

Research interests within the CFPR include, but are not limited to; 3D rapid prototyping, Colour, 2.5D print, Artists’ Books and the role of materials and craft skills in the digital design arena.

Our supervisory staff include:
Carinna Parraman, Stephen Hoskins, Susanne Klein, Tavs Jorgensen, Fabio D’Agnano, Nazmul Karim, Sarah Bodman, David Huson and Laura Morgan.

Find out about applying for research study via UWE’s Graduate School.

 

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