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  Using deep learning to improve emergency response in natural hazard management. PhD Computer Science. PhD Studentship (Funded by the QUEX Institute)
  Prof G Fu
Application Deadline: 15 June 2020

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Join a world-leading, cross-continental research team.
  Reducing multi hazard risk for tomorrow’s citizens: citizen science as a means to embed disaster risk reduction into primary schools’ learning in Quito (BARCLAYJU20SCIGCRF)
  Prof J Barclay, Dr T Armijos
Application Deadline: 31 May 2020

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In hazard prone regions of the world, sustainable development demands the integration of multi-hazard disaster risk into urban planning and decision-making.
  Investigation of the topographic control for geohzards prone zone ecosystem functional properties by multiple remote sensing sensors
  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
  Dr X Geng
Application Deadline: 29 May 2020

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Overview. With 71% of the earth’s surface covered by water, hydro-hazards, including floods, droughts, onshore and offshore landslides and storm surges, can pose direct threats to lives and impact livelihoods by damaging and destroying critical lifeline infrastructure (e.g.
  Fuel structure effects on wildfire hazard assessments
  Dr R Hadden
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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Wildfire risk is changing in the UK. As the climate changes it is anticipated that the UK will experience longer periods of drier, hotter weather and that this will result in conditions that mean wildfire occurrence and fire danger will increase.
  The development of an advanced dynamic risk assessment tool based on agent-based modelling
  Dr L Zhuo
Applications accepted all year round

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The interaction between natural hazards and society should be an ever-evolving process derived from the interaction of physical and social dynamics, that…
  Quantifying the costs and benefits of avoiding new development in floodplains
  Dr A Kebede
Applications accepted all year round

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Floods are the most common, damaging and costliest natural hazards worldwide. Potential impacts are expected to increase due to climate change (e.g., increased precipitation, sea-level rise, and more frequent storms) as well as socio-economic change (e.g., growing population, GDP, urbanisation).
  Synthetic and Mechanistic Studies into Enzymatic Degradation of Waste Plastics
  Dr L Wong, Dr C F Blanford
Applications accepted all year round

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Plastics are a broad range of solid polymeric materials that have found widespread application as industrial components and consumer goods.
  Collapse investigation and retrofit of ageing infrastructure against hazardous events
  Dr K Skalomenos
Applications accepted all year round

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Our futuristic vision for Sustainable and Resilient Structures is one that has transparent expectations of structural performance against time, increased loads, environmental changes and natural disasters.
  Water metabolism in cities: towards a deeper understanding of the lifecycle of drinking water in the urbanocene
  Dr V Inglezakis
Applications accepted all year round

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The urbanization trend is an undeniable fact worldwide in large and small cities. The urban conglomeration is continuously evolving as an organic entity that metabolizes energy, food and water into economic growth and waste.
  Assessing Unintended Consequences of Structural Coastal Flood Protection: Implications for Resilient and Sustainable Built Environment
  Dr A Kebede
Application Deadline: 26 June 2020

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Brunel University London (BUL) is recruiting to EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) PhD studentships effective 1 October 2020.
  Assessing unintended consequences of structural coastal flood protection
  Dr A Kebede
Applications accepted all year round

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Floods are the most frequent and damaging natural hazards, with impacts expected to increase significantly due to future climate and socio-economic changes.
  Assessing the impacts of compound flooding under uncertain climate and socio-economic change
  Dr A Kebede
Applications accepted all year round

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This research focuses on understanding the combined effects of flood hazards associated with the interactions between high sea levels and heavy precipitation when they occur simultaneously or in close succession.
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