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  Advanced fractal modelling of heterogeneous and anisotropic geological hydrocarbon reservoirs
  Dr P Lorinczi, Prof P Glover
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
The modern oil and gas industry is refocussing its efforts. Most of the large and simple conventional reservoirs have now been found and exploited.
  Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) from depleted Sandstone and Carbonate/chalk reservoirs
  Dr P Jadhawar, Dr H Hamidi, Dr Y Zhou
Applications accepted all year round
Nearly one third of the oil is left behind in the reservoir after the primary and secondary recovery methods of oil recovery.
  Enhancing oil recovery using nanoparticles
  Prof P Glover, Dr P Lorinczi, Dr Z Hu
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Summary. Opportunity to combine experimental work, physical modelling and numerical modelling in a single research project. Research project is directly applicability to industry.
  Controlling Reservoir Formation at the Air/Water Interface by Nanoparticle Design: a bridge from Biocompatible Model Systems to Lung Surfactant Function
  Prof J Lawrence, Dr R Campbell
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project is at the interface between physical chemistry and physical pharmacy and combines the use of several interfacial tools including neutron reflectometry and laser reflection techniques to understand and control the use of nanoparticles in tuning reservoir formation in films at the air/water interface.
  Dam impact and management in an era of change: the case of the TAMS Hydropower Project in Ethiopia (Advert Reference: RDF19/EE/MCE/MOTTA)
  Dr D Motta
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
The TAMS hydropower project is a proposed multipurpose project located in the Baro River basin in Southwestern Ethiopia. The project area is at the junction zone between the lowering, thickly wooded highlands of the Baro River basin and the alluvial, fertile plains of the lower Baro River.
  Assessing the integrity of carbon capture and storage (CCS) reservoirs by using a combined experimental and modelling approach
  Dr I Falcon Suarez, Dr A Lichtschlag, Dr J Matter, Dr A Best
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
Project Rationale. CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) is a greenhouse gas mitigation technology, capable of ameliorating the current rate of global warming.
  NERC GW4 FRESH CDT: Defining nutrient sources and fluxes driving lowland drinking water reservoir ecosystem response
  Prof P Johnes
Application Deadline: 17 December 2018
Nutrient enrichment of surface freshwaters is the single largest stressor on freshwater ecosystems and the services they provide, throughout the developed world.
  Novel approaches for defining the Gram negative mobile antimicrobial resistance reservoir in poultry farming environments under varying antimicrobial selective pressure
  Prof N Williams
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Antimicrobial resistance is an increasing problem in both human and veterinary medicine. Many bacteria have now acquired mechanisms of resistance to antimicrobials, which can spread to other bacteria.
  Employing artificial intelligence & machine learning to optimise flood control for 21st Century cities
  Prof O Bokhove
Applications accepted all year round
Summary Rational and unique mathematical strategies for active flood control will be developed and tested in the design of flood alleviation schemes for UK rivers, such as Yorkshire’s Aire and Calder Rivers, based on increasing flood-plain storage capacity.
  Comprehensive investigation of the chemical flooding EOR in natural rocks
  Dr J Vinogradov, Dr L Akanji
Applications accepted all year round
Chemical flooding is a promising method of EOR in both carbonate and sandstone reservoirs. It is widely accepted that presence of chemicals in rock pore space results in alteration of interfacial tension between brine and hydrocarbons and rock wettability alteration.
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