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  Engineering: College of Engineering Centenary Scholarship: Simulation of coastal erosion under storm surge conditions
  Dr M Luo
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Subject areas. Civil Engineering, Coastal Engineering. Start date. October 2019. Project description. Large waves and rapid flows can cause serious coastal erosion/scouring, being a great hazard to the coastal communities.
  Weathering a Perfect Storm: Narratives of Multi-morbidity in Mid-life
  Prof L Walker
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Bridging the Divide. Living with Multimorbidities. To celebrate the University's research successes, the University of Hull is offering a full-time UK/EU/International PhD Scholarship for candidates applying for each of the following projects as part of a new research cluster.
  Chasing convective storm evolution with swarms of space-borne Ka-band radars
  Dr A Battaglia, Dr H Boesch
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Convective storms are the heart of the Earth’s weather and climate system.
  Perceptions of floods and flood risk in Hull past/present/future
  Dr B McDonagh
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Living with Water. Perceptions, Processes, Responses and Mitigation of Flooding. To celebrate the University's research successes, the University of Hull is offering a full-time UK/EU/International PhD Scholarship for candidates applying for each of the following projects as part of a new research cluster.
  New approaches to restoration of aquatic ecosystems – Integrating catchment and coastal processes to increase flood protection in tidally influenced rivers and estuaries
  Prof M Macklin, Dr M Schuerch, Dr L Mao, Dr H Moore
Application Deadline: 17 February 2019
Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health – School of Geography. Location. University of Lincoln, UK. Funding. £14,553 per annum stipend, plus all tuition fees covered.
  SCENARIO: The role of post-tropical cyclones for European extreme weather
  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
  Dr R Schiemann, Dr K Hodges, Dr L Shaffrey, Dr A Baker
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
North Atlantic tropical cyclones typically form at low latitudes off the African coast, then track west and northwestward, and some of them make landfall over Central and North America.
  Correlative microscopic analysis of uptake, localisation and transformations of nanoscale particles in freshwater foodwebs
  Dr I Lynch, Prof S Krause
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
The potential for human exposure to manufactured nanoparticles (NPs) has increased in recent years, in part through their incorporation into a wide range of commercial goods and medical applications.
  Flexible manipulators for ultrasound surgery
  Prof P Valdastri
Applications accepted all year round
The student will join the multi-disciplinary research carried on at the Science and Technology of Robotics in Medicine (STORM) Lab at the University of Leeds (http://stormlabuk.com/), where we are developing soft-tethered capsule robot and surgical manipulators that can save lives of people at risk of cancer.
  SCENARIO: Evaluating and improving high-resolution high-impact weather numerical weather forecasts
  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
  Dr RS Plant, Dr T Stein
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Over the past decade, high-resolution numerical weather forecasting has become practical using so-called “convection-permitting” models for lead times of 1-24 hours.
  Jurassic Lagoon: learning from the ancestors of the amazing mussels - QUADRAT
  Dr A Brasier, Dr J Sigwart
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Mussels (bivalves of the family Mytilidae) are incredible animals with a long fossil history. For millions of years, populations of mussels have been able to withstand pounding waves by attaching themselves to the seafloor using threads that are one of the strongest materials found in nature.
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