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  Analysis and development of fuel cell propulsion systems for drones and manned aircraft
  Dr C Dansoh, Dr M Claus, Prof J Wang
Applications accepted all year round
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has adopted a set of ambitious targets to mitigate CO2 emissions from air transport.
  PhD Studentship Opportunity in Exploiting the UK and Global Soil Moisture Sensor Network to Provide Space Weather Alerts for Aviation and Critical Infrastructure.
  Research Group: Surrey Space Centre
  Dr K Ryden
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
This is an exciting, multi-disciplinary, opportunity to help create a new global observatory for space weather by exploiting the ‘hidden’ signals caused by solar events in the global COSMOS soil moisture sensor network.
  SCENARIO: Exploiting the UK and Global COSMOS Soil Moisture Sensor Network to Provide Space Weather Alerts for Aviation and Critical Infrastructure
  Dr K Ryden, Mr J G Evans, Dr R Rosolem
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Solar storms can generate sudden surges of neutrons which travel right through the atmosphere and reach the ground. Known as Ground Level Events (GLEs), they create radiation risks to aircraft and safety-critical ground systems.
  (MERI) High temperature properties of airborne dusts and their behaviour in aircraft engines
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Dr M Jones, Dr A Pawley, Prof M Gallagher
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
CASE STUDENTSHIP WITH ROLLS-ROYCE. Every year, an estimated 2,000 million tonnes of dust is carried up into the atmosphere, mainly during sand and dust storms.
  Learning from failures in the health sector: Towards a high organisation reliability status
  Prof A Labib, Prof G Blunn, Dr M Barbati
Application Deadline: 17 February 2019
Applications are invited for a fully-funded three year PhD to commence in October 2019. The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Business and Law, and will be supervised by Professor Ashraf Labib, Professor Gordon Blunn and Dr Maria Barbati.
  New nano-indentation test methods for safer nuclear structural health monitoring
  Prof N Jennett
Applications accepted all year round
A collaboration between industry and academia to develop new nano-indentation based testing methods to improve safety of sample transport and testing by radically reducing the volume of radioactive material, for safer structural health monitoring and life extension of nuclear plant.
  An investigation into transonic flows over high pressure gas turbine blade tip
  Dr Z Saleh, Prof J Wang
Applications accepted all year round
Propulsion, in particular the gas turbine engines are a significantly important theme in the aerospace industry, any enhancement in the performance of these engines will have a great impact on the economics of the aviation sector [Stephens et al, 2007].
  Law Research Programme
 Research is an integral part of Leeds Law School's activities. We have expertise in a wide variety of legal areas and we are able to supervise research degrees in the following areas.
  Political, Social and International Studies at UEA
Our Political, Social and International Studies courses offer students a broad range of options and opportunities – from politics to international relations, media and popular culture to public policy and management, and beyond.
  (MERI) Modelling cloud break-up in Cold-Air Outbreaks to improve weather forecast models in our changing climate
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Prof T Choularton, Dr P Connolly, Dr G Lloyd, Prof M Gallagher
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
Cold-air outbreak (CAO) events in the mid-latitudes draw cold polar or continental air masses over a relatively warm ocean, resulting in a rapid increase in the surface fluxes of heat and moisture from the sea surface and the subsequent development of extensive boundary layer clouds.
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