UTC & key academic partnerships

The majority of the research carried out in the UTC network is at Doctorate level, with over 400 doctoral research projects underway at any one time.   

Here is a list of our key academic partnerships:

UTCs
UniversityCountrySubject area
BirminghamLink opens in a new window*UKMaterials
BristolLink opens in a new windowUKComposites
CambridgeLink opens in a new window*UKMaterials
CambridgeLink opens in a new windowUKUniversity Gas Turbine Partnership
ChalmersLink opens in a new windowSwedenHydrodynamics
CottbusLink opens in a new windowGermanyMultidisciplinary Process Integration
CranfieldLink opens in a new windowUKPerformance
DarmstadtLink opens in a new windowGermanyCombustion & Turbine Aerothermal Interactions
DresdenLink opens in a new windowGermanyLightweight Structures & Materials
GenoaLink opens in a new windowItalyFuel Cell Systems
KarlsruheLink opens in a new windowGermanyCooling & Secondary Flow
Imperial CollegeLink opens in a new windowUKVibration
Imperial CollegeLink opens in a new windowUKNuclear Engineering
LoughboroughLink opens in a new windowUKCombustion System Aerothermal Processes
ManchesterLink opens in a new window UKPower Conversion Systems
ManchesterLink opens in a new windowUKNuclear Engineering
NanyangSingaporeRolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Lab
NottinghamLink opens in a new window UKGas Turbine Transmission Systems
NottinghamLink opens in a new windowUKManufacturing Technology
OxfordLink opens in a new windowUKHeat Transfer & Aerodynamics
OxfordLink opens in a new windowUKSolid Mechanics
PusanLink opens in a new windowKoreaThermal Management
PurdueLink opens in a new windowUSAHigh Mach Propulsion
SheffieldLink opens in a new windowUKAdvanced Electrical Machines
SheffieldLink opens in a new windowUKControls & Systems Engineering
SouthamptonLink opens in a new windowUKComputational Engineering
SouthamptonLink opens in a new windowUKNoise
StrathclydeLink opens in a new windowUKElectrical Power Systems
SurreyLink opens in a new windowUKThermo-fluid Systems
Swansea*Link opens in a new windowUKMaterials 
TrondheimLink opens in a new windowNorwayPerformance in a Seaway
Virgina TechUSAAdvanced Systems Diagnostics
Virgina UniversityUSAAdvanced Material Systems

* Birmingham, Cambridge and Swansea Materials Departments together make up the University Technology Partnership.

Research centres and other Academic Institutes with strong Rolls-Royce links

Research centres
InstituteCountrySubject area
A*StarLink opens in a new windowSingaporeAdvanced manufacturing, power systems and other
DLRLink opens in a new windowGermanyCombustion, Noise & Aerothermal Methods
Fraunhofer/ RWTH AachenGermanyRotatives repair
Georgia TechUSAMulti-disciplinary design optimisation / systems analysis
KAUSTSaudi ArabiaFounder member of the Industrial Collaboration Programme
NTU (Nanyang)SingaporeRolls-Royce Lab@NTU, covering Electrical Systems, Computational Engineering, and Manufacturing Technology
University of IllinoisUSAHigh power computing & supersonic applications
Iowa StateUSANDE
NIMSLink opens in a new windowJapanAerospace Materials
Virginia TechUSACCAPS: Power Electronics, flow control, man tech
UVA (Virginia)USACCAPS: Materials & corrosion, coatings, combustion modeling, man tech
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