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  Fully finded PhD Scholarships in the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment
PhD research scholarship opportunities exist in the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University for, high-quality, dedicated, well-motivated and enthusiastic students.
  Architectural Atmospheres: Tools, Methods and Design Processes - what agents and processes are brought into play to make the notion of atmosphere operational in defining new tools and design methodologies
  Dr I Wieczorek, Prof F B Samuel
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD is open to those who wish to explore and promote the sensory dimension of the built environment and, particularly, to evaluate and critically reflect on the notion of ambiance/atmosphere (as a spatial phenomenon) and its importance for the design of lived space, and thus, its implications for architectural production.
  Towards a theory for the surface layer of the ocean: clarifying the contribution of non-breaking waves to the observed differences between the oceanic surface layer and its atmospheric counterpart
  Dr MA Teixeira, Dr A Grant
Applications accepted all year round
In this project we intend to clarify the contribution of non-breaking waves to the observed differences between the oceanic surface layer and its atmospheric counterpart, and to formulate a systematic description of its scaling properties regarding, for example, heat and momentum fluxes, as achieved for the atmosphere by Monin-Obukhov theory.
  Laser studies of free-radical recycling reactions in the atmosphere and biofuel oxidation
  Dr T J Dillon, Dr A R Rickard
Applications accepted all year round
This is a project to study gas-phase reactions of organic peroxyl radicals (RO2) in lab-based experiments at York & elsewhere. These reactions control radical propagation and termination rates in low to moderate temperature conditions; RO2 are therefore key intermediates in biofuel combustion and atmospheric oxidation.
  Performance Evaluation and Failure Analysis of Preventive Corrosion/Erosion Coatings Used in Power Plant and Refinery
  Dr D Daniel
Applications accepted all year round
Fossil fuels are currently the major energy source with approximately 80% of total energy consumption of the world. Renewable energy including traditional biomass contributes to about 14%.
  A low-cost single frequency GNSS network for next generation space weather modelling
  Dr S Elvidge, Dr A Khodabandeh
Application Deadline: 7 April 2019
Comprehensive and timely specifications of the Earth’s upper atmosphere are required to ensure the effective operation, planning and management of a range of systems impacted by space weather.
  Understanding the loss of atmospheric chlorine atoms
  Dr P Edwards, Dr T J Dillon
Application Deadline: 5 April 2019
Summary. To build the first instrument capable of measuring the loss rate of chlorine atoms in the atmosphere and to deploy this in London and the Cape Verde islands as part of a €1.6M European Research Council project.
  The chemistry of industrial materials for removing CO2 from the atmosphere
  Assoc Prof P Renforth
Application Deadline: 30 March 2019
Alkaline industrial materials (e.g., cement, lime, iron and steel waste) are amongst the largest mass flows that humanity creates.
  Aerosols in a humid atmosphere
  Dr A Squires
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science (CAS) is inviting applications for a PhD research project at the University of Bath.
  Isotopic fingerprints of carbonyl sulfide (COS) in atmosphere and biosphere (KAISERJU19SF)
  Prof J Kaiser
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Background. Carbonyl sulfide (COS) is a sulfur-analogue of CO2. It is the most abundant atmospheric sulfur compound and has a lifetime of 2 to 4 years.
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