We have 34 maritime PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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maritime PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 34 maritime PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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

Next Generation of Maritime Skill Development: Future Problems and Technologies

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on 1st October 2024. Project Description. It is argued that the maritime sector is behind others in terms of cybersecurity skills, with training needed to fill that gap (Hopcraft & Martin 2018, Stoker et al. Read more

Decarbonising the maritime transport with ammonia

Thermal engines are inarguably the prevalent technology powering the maritime sector worldwide, predominantly with fossil fuels. Solid evidence suggests that such engines will maintain a large share of the market for decades to come. 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

BAE Systems sponsored iCase studentship: Human-Centred Design for AI Agents in Underwater Maritime Applications - (ENG 1701)

Applications are invited for a 4-year PhD studentship to conduct Human Factors/Human-Computer Interaction research into the interactions between human teams and Artificial Intelligence (AI) agents in underwater maritime applications. Read more
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Ammonia bunkering and safety of incidental release and dispersion in maritime applications

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Ammonia is considered as a promising hydrogen storage media for carbon-free economy due to high volumetric hydrogen density, low storage pressure combined with relatively high temperatures, long-term stability in liquid phase. Read more

High Power Density Converter Topologies for Pulsed Power Applications

This project is to contribute to a major Ministry of Defence (MOD) research programme intended to develop generation-after-next technologies for applications in defence and security, and will be co-funded by Ultra Maritime. Read more

Hydrodynamics of wave powered ships

Supervisory Team.   Dr N.C. Townsend, Prof D.A. Hudson and Dr J.A. Bowker (industrial). Project description. Wave energy can be used to improve the performance of ships and boats. Read more
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Modelling advanced marine engines with sustainable fuels

This project will develop new techniques to enable accurate modelling of performance and emissions in large marine engines, fuelled by sustainable hydrogen, methane and methanol. Read more

Efficient Cryostasis for Transport of Liquid Hydrogen

Supervisory Team: Edward Richardson; Stephen Turnock. Project description. Liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage and transport enables flexible exploitation of potentially carbon-free energy. Read more

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