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energy efficiency PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 184 energy efficiency PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Understanding the economy-wide implications of different policy actions to address barriers and improving the outcomes of adopting energy efficiency improvement measures

Project Description. An exciting, 3-year full-time funded PhD studentship opportunity has arisen at the Centre for Energy Policy, at the University of Strathclyde for a project expanding CEP’s portfolio of research on energy efficiency in residential properties. Read more

Controlling Particles, VOC and their Oxidation: Smart Demand Controlled Ventilation for Indoor Environmental Quality and Energy Efficiency

This PhD project is dedicated to advancing smart demand controlled ventilation systems in response to advances in understanding of indoor air chemistry and the transformative potential of smart technologies in building ventilation. Read more

Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice: Investigating the Barriers to Achieving Projected Energy Savings in Railway Systems

A plethora of energy saving devices and technology have been proposed for railway systems to help save energy. These systems employ technology to either to use an alternative fuel, or to harness existing energy, or to store excess energy in batteries, or to use another chemical gradient. Read more

Quantum Machine Learning for Sustainable Energy Optimisation

We are seeking a highly motivated candidate to commence a PhD journey in the dynamic and rapidly growing field of quantum machine learning (QML), focusing on its application in energy system. Read more

Innovations in Waste Energy Minimisation from Maritime Engineering Power and Propulsion Systems

Supervisory Team.   Prof Alan J Murphy & Prof Dominic Hudson. Project description. Although maritime transport is one of the most energy efficient, the cumulative carbon footprint from global shipping is equivalent a large industrialised nation (~3% of global total). Read more

Empowering Sustainable Districts: A Blueprint for Low-Carbon Energy Excellence

In light of the European Union's stringent energy policies, there is a growing need to not only enhance energy efficiency and ramp up renewable energy usage but also substantially reduce global energy demands for long-term sustainability. Read more

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