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fuel PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 197 fuel PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Health-Aware Energy Management for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a motivated and highly qualified individual to pursue a Ph.D. in the field of Health-Aware Energy Management for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs). Read more

Ion irradiation of advanced nuclear fuels

Nuclear fission power currently accounts for 20% of UK energy production, making it a key low-carbon energy source for reducing greenhouse gases and meeting the governments New-Zero target by 2050. Read more

Sustainable Carbon Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion in Hydrogen Fuel Cells

The Hydrogen Economy will help to shift society away from fossil fuels and contribute to decarbonisation. Electrochemical processes are at the heart of the hydrogen economy providing a means to convert renewable energy into green hydrogen via electrolysis or converting hydrogen into electrical power using fuel cells. Read more

Waste to Energy - Torrefaction of Biomass and Organic Residues to Produce Solid Fuel

An increasing world energy demand, the depletion of conventional fossil fuel sources and a growing awareness of their environmental impacts, highlights the importance of promoting the use of alternative fuels from renewable sources. Read more

Large-scale electrochemical DFT models of a PEM hydrogen fuel cell

Supervisory Team: Chris-Kriton Skylaris (90%) Andrea Russell (10%). Project description. Proton-exchange Membrane (PEM) hydrogen fuel cells are an emerging technology for environmentally sustainable transport and other carbon-neutral energy applications. Read more

Fuel Retention and Release Mechanisms in Breeder Blanket Materials for Nuclear Fusion Devices

With climate change driving a desire to move towards a low-carbon/carbon-free energy landscape, power generated from nuclear fusion offers a high-capacity, baseload electricity generation for the future. Read more

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