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  Distribution modelling and the management and conservation of European ectomycorrhizal communities
  Dr M Bidartondo, Dr G Powney, Dr C D L Orme
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
In this project, the student will develop cutting-edge distributional models of dominant ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungal species across Europe and establish vital practice and policy recommendations for the monitoring, management and conservation of these ecologically critical organisms.
  Liquid Distribution and Mixing in Continuous Granulation
  Dr A Ingram
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
EPSRC supported EngD project. Liquid Distribution and Mixing in Continuous Granulation. Astra Zeneca with Chemical Engineering School University of Birmingham.
  Optimal Water Distribution Network Design with Nature Inspired Computing (NIC)
  Research Group: Institute for Infrastructure & Environment
  Dr R Rustum, Dr G B Wright
Application Deadline: 1 February 2019
The design and operation of water distribution networks is a complex process, and typically involves determining suitable pipe diameters to ensure sufficient flow rates and pressures throughout a system whilst minimising costs.
  PhD Studentship - Contribution to the transition to a Customer Led Power Distribution System
  Dr H Patsios
Application Deadline: 28 February 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. April 2019 for 3.5 years. Overview. The transition from Distribution Network Operator (DNO) to Distribution System Operator (DSO) is a complex issue with many possible options for restructuring the distribution sector.
  Planning and Design of Distribution Networks with Integration of Smart Grid Technologies
  Research Group: Communication and Networks
  Dr G Mokryani
Applications accepted all year round
The UK Government’s target is to achieve 15% of electricity generation from renewable energy sources (RES) by 2020. The installation of large amounts of RES in distribution networks introduces several economic and technical challenges to distribution network operators (DNOs).
  Combinatorial Design for Mobile Edge Caching/Computing in Large-scale Content Distribution Networks
  Dr X Yi, Assoc Prof CS Liao
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
The past decades have witnessed the dramatic increase of smart mobile devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets) requesting multimedia services that generate the bulk of data traffic.
  Wireless quantum key distribution with multiple-input multiple-output enhancement
  Dr M Razavi
Application Deadline: 22 February 2019
In the quantum era, where quantum computers are in operation, our existing techniques for cryptography would fail to provide us with data security.
  Human fat distribution and metabolic disease: Identifying the mechanistic basis for site-specific fat storage to identify new ways of tackling the metabolic consequences of obesity.
  Prof F Karpe, Dr M Neville, Dr M Todorcevic, Dr K Pinnick
Application Deadline: 26 July 2019
Identifying the mechanistic basis for site-specific fat storage to identify new ways of tackling the metabolic consequences of obesity.
  Investigating the distribution and diversity of mesophotic reefs in the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT)
  Dr K Howell, Dr N Foster, Dr P Hosegood
Application Deadline: 8 February 2019
Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on April 1st 2019. Tropical coral reefs represent one of the most important, iconic and diverse marine ecosystems, hosting ~24% of all marine fish species and possibly more than a million species overall.
  The earliest Lower Palaeolithic of the Middle Thames: Re-assessing the chronology and distribution of the high-level ancient river terraces
  Dr R Hosfield, Dr S Black
Applications accepted all year round
The majority of Britain’s earliest Palaeolithic sites are associated with estuaries and/or the lower reaches of major rivers. This distribution of sites suggests that the earliest colonisers may have been restricted to coastal habitats, with their milder micro-climates and distinctive resources.
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