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  Miniaturised microfluidic technology to probe the fundamentals of heterogeneous ice nucleation
  Dr B J Murray, Dr J Shim
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The heterogeneous nucleation of ice is a critical process in fields as diverse as cryopreservation through to atmospheric cloud formation, yet it is extremely poorly understood.
  Miniaturised microfluidic technology to probe the fundamentals of heterogeneous ice nucleation
  Dr B J Murray, Dr J Shim
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The heterogeneous nucleation of ice is a critical process in fields as diverse as cryopreservation through to atmospheric cloud formation, yet it is extremely poorly understood.
  Ice streams: present-to-palaeo - QUADRAT
  Prof B Rea, Dr A Newton
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Ice streams are the arteries which drain large quantities of ice from the interior of ice sheets to the ice margin. From both palaeo and present they are known to display dynamical behaviour in relation to ice flow velocity.
  (MERI) Atmospheric Ice Nucleation of biological particles
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Dr P Connolly, Dr D Topping, Prof M Gallagher
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
The formation of ice in natural clouds occurs at temperatures below 0 °C. Pure liquid water drops do not freeze until temperatures are as low as -36 °C, or so, due to the homogeneous nucleation of ice.
  Tides as a natural experiment to learn about ice stream flow: modelling the “stick-slip” motion of Whillans Ice Stream, Antarctica (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/GES/ROSIER)
  Dr S Rosier
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
The Antarctic Ice Sheet contains enough ice to raise global sea levels by over 60m but our understanding of the basal mechanics of fast flowing ice streams, that largely determine the rate and amount of ice draining into the ocean, remains incomplete.
  Ice accretion on wind turbine blades
  Dr Y Lin, Prof J Wang
Applications accepted all year round
The abundant wind resource in cold and high altitude regions in the world is attractive for the increasing demand for renewable wind power production.
  Quantifying and modelling annual variability in the flow of Greenland and the Antarctic Ice Sheets and assessing global impacts (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/GES/GUDMUNDSSON)
  Dr H Gudmundsson
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Ice sheets are currently the biggest contributors to global sea level change and their contributions may possibly increase sharply in the near future.
  Probing ice nucleation by bio-nanoparticles
  Prof W Schwarzacher, Dr A Rust
Application Deadline: 28 February 2019
Pure water droplets in clouds can remain liquid down to temperatures approaching -40 degrees C because creating an interface between the first region to solidify (the nucleus) and the remaining liquid has a free energy cost.
  Modelling ice shelf collapse in Antarctica (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/GES/DE RYDT)
  Dr J De Rydt
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
The Antarctic Ice Sheet is one of the largest contributors to global sea level change and its contribution may increase sharply in the near future.
  Using ocean tides as a natural experiment to learn about ice sheet dynamics (Ref: OP19_55)
  Dr S Rosier
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The contribution of the Antarctic Ice Sheet to future sea level rise remains a large source of uncertainty, despite potentially dramatic and far reaching impacts.
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