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  Ammonia-based ionic liquids for chemical conversion of CO2
  Dr I Tudela-Montes, Dr F Garcia Garcia
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Self-funded students are welcome to apply for a PhD project to study the potential use of ammonia-based ionic liquids for chemical conversion of CO2.
  Electrochemical preparation of electrocatalysts for the electrochemical conversion of CO2
  Dr I Tudela-Montes, Dr D Mignard, Dr F Garcia Garcia
Application Deadline: 28 June 2019
Self-funded students are welcome to apply for a PhD in the electrochemical preparation of transition metal electrocatalysts for the electrochemical conversion of CO2.
  Bioengineering of bacterial CO2-concentrating system for improved photosynthesis
  Dr LN Liu, Dr D Canniffe
Applications accepted all year round
The single-cell photosynthetic bacteria, cyanobacteria, account for over 25% of global carbon fixation, thanks for their powerful CO2-concentrating machinery.
  Computational Catalytic Modelling for the Conversion of CO2 to Higher-Value Synthetic Fuels
  Research Group: Energy Technologies
  Dr L Armstrong, Prof R Raja
Application Deadline: 1 June 2019
This is a multidisciplinary project between the School of Engineering and the School of Chemistry. The studentship is in partnership with SMMI, www.southampton.ac.uk/smmi/.
  CO2 Fuel! Capturing CO2 and Converting to Fuel - MScR in Global Environmental Challenges
  Prof C Faul, Prof D Fermin
Application Deadline: 1 August 2019
About the Project. To address global environmental challenges, there is a great need to develop CO2 capture, storage and conversion technologies.
  How does rising atmospheric CO2 change the productivity of crops and trees?
  Prof C P Osborne
Applications accepted all year round
Professor Colin Osborne, Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK. New research in the lab investigates how plant growth is controlled by the supply of carbon from photosynthesis (source strength) verses the demand for carbon in growing tissues (sink strength).
  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.
  PhD Studentship: Design, Fabrication and Characterisation of Optical-based CO2 Gas Sensor
  Research Group: Mechatronics Engineering
  Prof J McBride
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Increased levels of indoor CO2 has been linked to occurrence of illnesses. Understanding and controlling common pollutants such as, CO2, indoors, can help to reduce the risk of indoor health concerns.
  Modelling rapid CO2 and climate change in the Southern Ocean
  Dr A Burke, Prof D Dritschel, Dr J Rae, Dr J Reinaud
Application Deadline: 19 March 2019
The Southern Ocean plays a fundamental role in the regulation of Earth’s climate through its uptake of heat and carbon. Despite representing only 20% of the ocean surface area, it accounts for more than 50% of ocean carbon uptake and more than 75% of ocean heat uptake (Charrassin et al., 2008; Meredith and Hogg, 2006).
  Does CO2 Enrichment of Temperate Forests also Affect Soil N Cycling and the Emission of Nitrous Oxide (N2O)? - MScR in Global Environmental Challenges
  Dr J House, Dr F Sgouridis
Application Deadline: 1 August 2019
About the Project. Increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations in temperate forests may affect soil nitrogen (N) cycling processes due to the increased demand for nitrogen availability by tree photosynthesis.
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