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PhD Studentship Opportunity: Inelastic performance of steel-timber hybrid building systems

Steel-timber hybrid systems can benefit from the synergetic behaviour of two materials combined, providing significant reductions in embodied carbon compared to conventional systems, and have the potential of being reused at the end of life by adopting a design for disassembly strategy. Read more

Computer vision and machine learning for recognition of civil structure components and their damage analysis

In this project the PhD research student needs to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the deep convolutional neural network for analysis of civil infrastructures, such as concrete bridges, highways, buildings, tunnels and stadiums, using videos and images. Read more

PhD Degrees in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering

Our interdisciplinary approach to research, encompassing the fields of Architectural History and Theory, Architectural and Structural Conservation, Lightweight Structures, Hydraulics and Earthquake Engineering and Dynamics and Climate Resilience of the Built Environment. Read more

Efficient discretisation schemes in upper bound limit analysis

Requirements. The candidate should have a first class or upper second class honours degree, or a master’s degree (or equivalent qualification), in Civil Engineering or in a discipline that can be relevant to computational mechanics (e.g. Read more

Multi-sensing deterioration monitoring of railway bridges

Rail infrastructure deteriorates with time due to material fatigue, overloading, ground movement and environmental effects. This might affect the serviceability and structural integrity of rail assets, such as bridges, causing major socio-economic disruptions and occasionally life loss. Read more

Dynamic analysis of offshore wind turbines foundations

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3 year full-time or 6 year part-time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the School of Civil Engineering and Surveying and will be supervised by. Read more

Materials and Methods for 3D Concrete Printing

3D concrete printing provides unprecedented opportunities for enhancing material efficiency in concrete construction industry where significant changes are required in contemporary technologies in order to achieve the required carbon reduction targets and to ensure a sustainable construction industry. Read more

Modelling blood motion in deformable vessels

This project aims to introduce a novel approach in studying blood flow in deformable vessels by simultaneously considering both the fluid (blood) and the structure (vessel) through analytical and numerical approaches. Read more

On Analysis and Design of Submerged Wave Energy Devices

We invite applications for a Ph.D. position in Marine Hydrodynamics and Ocean Engineering at the University of Dundee, Scotland. The project aims in analyzing new generation of wave energy devices that are fully submerged, namely an Oscillating Submerged Disc, and a Wave Carpet. Read more

Micro-Bio-Mechanical Modelling of root growth in soils

The extent and the way roots grow in the ground is known to have a fundamental impact on the growth of crop plants as well as on the resistance to lodging induced by storms. Read more

Ocean Mixing Parameterisation via Categorisation of Nonlinear Flow Structures – Project 2: Experimental Validation

One of the key challenges for large-scale climate models is to accurately parameterise the mixing which occurs in the oceans. Such mixing occurs at small-scales, well below the grid-resolution of the climate models, and consists of the turbulent exchange of heat and salt between neighbouring regions of fluid. Read more

Ocean Mixing Parameterisation via Categorisation of Nonlinear Flow Structures - Project 1: Mathematical Model Development

One of the key challenges for large-scale climate models is to accurately parameterise the mixing which occurs in the oceans. Such mixing occurs at small-scales, well below the grid-resolution of the climate models, and consists of the turbulent exchange of heat and salt between neighbouring regions of fluid. Read more

Use of Fungi as a Means of Producing Concrete-Like Construction Materials

Concrete is one of the World’s most ubiquitous materials. It has achieved this through its versatility, durability and low cost. However, the manufacture of a key ingredient - Portland cement – contributes 4% of anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Read more

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