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seismic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 15 seismic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Optimizing Anchor Layouts in Seismic Reinforcement of URM Walls

Unreinforced masonry (URM) load-bearing walls were commonly used in historic buildings but are weak in shear and vulnerable to cracking and damage during seismic events. Read more

Combined geophysical datasets for characterising volcanic brines

Society’s race to net zero emissions of CO2 will invariably involve the use of subsurface reservoirs. Fluids injected and extracted from deep fracture systems beneath volcanoes provide a source of geothermal energy. Read more

EPSRC DTP - Exploring low temperature physical properties of materials

The physical properties of solids are vital to understanding many physical phenomena. Elastic properties govern behaviours from the propagation of phonons to the dynamics of phase transitions. Read more

Novel metamaterials for mechanical waves attenuation

The Engineering and Mathematics Group within the School of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment is inviting applications for a research studentship in developing novel metamaterials for high-energy mechanical waves attenuation leading to the award of a PhD degree. Read more

Data driven approaches for nonlinear inverse problems

The project aims to develop new techniques for solving complex inverse problems that arise in various scientific fields. In many real-world applications, such as medical imaging, geophysics, and material science, we often seek to recover the hidden properties of a system from indirect and noisy measurements. Read more

Advanced vibration isolation and control for a large suspended optical cavity

The gravitational wave interferometer detectors are the most sensitive instrument in the world. They sense the position change of test masses due to the passing gravitational waves to the precision in the order of 10-20m!  The planned future detectors are aiming to improve the sensitivity 10-fold and broaden the sensitive frequency range. Read more
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