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marine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 103 marine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Quantifying and managing multi-taxon range shifts in marine reef ecosystems

This PhD project is a marine ecology project that will employ cutting-edge modelling and unique marine datasets to model range shifts of marine species under climate change and develop novel conservation mechanisms to manage them. Read more

Nature-based solutions and changing flood risk under marine transgression

With a changing climate and rising sea levels, the need to examine the future of sea defences is widely recognized but rarely considered in the broader context of marine transgression of our coasts and estuaries, that is, the landward migration/retreat of a shoreline relative to rising sea level over longer timescales (decades and centuries). Read more

Intelligent Maritime Systems: Advancements in Situational Awareness through Artificial Intelligence

Embark on a transformative PhD opportunity in marine engineering, where you will pioneer the development of cutting-edge digital tools and algorithms to enhance the perception capabilities of future intelligent marine systems. Read more

Advanced Computational Image Analysis for Marine Debris Monitoring via Remote Sensing [SELF-FUNDED STUDENTS ONLY]

  Research Group: Visual Computing
Marine debris and floating plastic pollution are an emerging environmental problem since they pollute the ocean, air and food whilst endangering the ocean wildlife through their ingestion and entanglement. Read more

How do foraminifera grow? Determining the role of cellular ion transport processes in biogenic marine calcite formation

Project rationale. The shells of calcifying planktonic marine organisms such as the foraminifera represent one of the largest long-term carbon sinks on Earth’s surface and are an important archive of geochemical systems that record past climate change. Read more
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The development of natural fibre composites for marine applications

  Research Group: Engineering
The future trend for the global advanced composites market is anticipated to be Bio-composites (natural fibre composites). Additionally, bio-based polymer matrices are environment-friendly and are the subject of extensive research in various fields. Read more

Environmental fate of radioactive ‘hot particles’ in marine and terrestrial systems: A biogeochemical study

Objectives. Develop an understanding of how nuclear fuel ‘hot particles’ degrade in marine and terrestrial environments. Utilise a range of advanced analysis techniques to study fuel particles, both synthetic (produced in the lab) and genuine (collected from the field). Read more

Application of digital holography for marine science

These projects are open to students worldwide, but have no funding attached. Therefore, the successful applicant will be expected to fund tuition fees at the relevant level (home or international) and any applicable additional research costs. Read more

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