Appearance Printing European Advance Research School (ApPEARS)

The Appearance Printing European Advance Research School forms a pan-European training school for internationally excellent PhD students, collaborating across the arts, science and technology, building skills for the next generation of early stage researchers via a consortium of HEI and industry partners. Carinna Parraman and Susanne Klein are supervising the project, ‘The Development of Vector Based Printing for 2.5D printing’. David Huson is supervising the project ‘Realistic Physical Patient Simulator for Surgical Training’.

ApPEARS will co-create student research projects with cross sector partners and develop career potential through a structured programme of training events and placement opportunities across Europe. Consequently, it will produce models of good practice for training and cross-disciplinary research that can be applied in the arts, science and technology fields.

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