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direct PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 548 direct PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Direct analysis ion mobility mass spectrometry for rapid profiling of edible fats and oils to combat food adulteration

Background. Food safety and authenticity are generally taken for granted, yet food adulteration is one of the most significant challenges faced in the UK, with the total impact of food crime on the UK estimated to be between £409 million and £1.96 billion per year [Food Standards Agency, 2023]. Read more

PhD project: Integration of direct air capture into industrial clusters and renewable energy systems

  Research Group: CDT in Green Industrial Futures
This advert will close once a suitable candidate has been found. Large scale direct air CO. 2. capture may be needed to counter greenhouse gas emissions from so-called ‘hard to abate’ sectors (aviation, agriculture, certain industrial activities). Read more

Quantum Secure Direct Communications

Supervisory Team: Prof Michael Ng, Prof Lajos Hanzo, Dr Chao Xu . Project Description. The University of Southampton is expanding its PhD research in the area of Quantum Technology Engineering. Read more

Measuring and Modelling Confectionery Fat behaviours during chocolate processing

One full scholarship is available in the School of Food Science and Nutrition in 2024/25. This scholarship is open to UK and international applicants and covers UK tuition fees plus £19,237 maintenance per year (plus enhanced top-up stipend of £1,700 per year). Read more

Using chemical-genetics to inhibit and characterise “undruggable” enzymes

The ability to inhibit kinases with small molecule drugs has transformed our understanding of signalling networks. It has allowed us to define the substrates and processes that each kinase controls, and to map how these enzymes cooperate within signalling pathways. 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

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