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  3.5 Year PhD Studentship available to start January 2020: Mathematical Models and Algorithms for Allocating Scarce Airport Resources
  Dr J Drake
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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The School of Informatics at the University of Leicester invites applications for a fully funded PhD studentship to work on a project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
  Fully Funded Public Health England PhD Scholarship: Use of advanced multi-cellular models of the human respiratory system to investigate the mechanistic effects of particulate and gaseous air pollutants
  Dr M Clift
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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PhD Type

This scholarship is funded by Public Health England (PHE). Start date. January 2020. Subject areas. In Vitro Systems; In Vivo Models; Cell Biology; Cell Culture; Toxicology; Air Pollution; Particulate; NO2.
  Effect of atmospheric stability on aeolian transport
  Dr B Li, Dr J Cooper
Applications accepted all year round

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Atmospheric stability is the air vertical movement tendency controlled by atmospheric stratification, which can usually be measured using a series of Richardson numbers.
  Measurements of urban emissions of NOx
  Dr J D Lee, Dr S Moller, Dr D Carslaw
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Air pollution is currently the largest environmental health stressor on the UK population. At present the main pollutants of concern in urban centres are nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particles less than 2.5µm in diameter (PM2.5), alongside ozone in suburban and rural environments.
  Modelling traffic disruptions using machine learning and simulation modelling
  Dr S Mihaita
Applications accepted all year round

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Project Topic. Traffic incidents are among the primary concerns of all transport authorities around the world due to their significant impact in terms of traffic congestion and delay, air and noise pollution, and management cost.
  The physics and biology of the ocean carbon sink: how air-sea interactions affect organic carbon uptake and sequestration in the Southern Ocean.
  Dr D Jones, Dr A Martin, Prof A Naveira-Garabato, Prof E Murphy
Application Deadline: 3 January 2020

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The water masses leaving the Southern Ocean form a major conduit of atmospheric carbon into the interior of the global ocean. Part of this transport is via the ‘solubility carbon pump’ whereby CO2 dissolved in seawater is transported into the interior ocean.
  Multiphase modelling of atmospheric chemistry
  Prof M Evans, Prof L J Carpenter
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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PhD Type

This project will explore a new representation of multiphase atmospheric chemistry in a state-of-the-art chemical transport model, thus improving our ability to predict climate change and air quality.
  The Analysis of China’s NEV Policies and Technologies: Imitation or Innovation?
  Dr M Zhang
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

China became the world’s largest car market in 2009, overtaking the United States. China’s vehicle stock grew from 16 million in 2000 to 154 million in 2014, registering an annual growth rate of 17.5%.
  Stratified shear flows in inclined pipes
  Dr Y Tanino, Dr D Van der A
Applications accepted all year round

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Stably stratified shear flows are ubiquitous in the environment and industrial systems. In the atmosphere such flows are associated with clear air turbulence.
  Design and Development of Experiments to Measure the Burn Rate, Temperature and Pressure of Propellants
  Dr C Stennet, Prof J Akhavan
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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Slower burning materials such as propellants develop much lower pressures compared to detonating explosives, but over a longer time period, that may well lead to an effectively-static load on a structure.
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