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  A taxonomy of cities - using urban typologies to understand the infrastructural dynamics of the UK heat supply
  Dr E Mohareb, Dr P Coker, Dr D Perrotti
Applications accepted all year round
The School of the Built Environment is currently increasing its research capacity associated with urban scale sustainability.
  Evolution and phylogenetic relationships of the early cerapodan dinosaurs
  Dr R Butler
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Cerapodans are a major group of herbivorous bipedal and quadrupedal ornithischian dinosaurs that dominated the terrestrial herbivorous niche during the Cretaceous.
  Quantitative evaluation of creativity using computational semantics
  Dr R Setchi
Applications accepted all year round
Start Dates. Either. 1st October 2018, 1st January 2019, 1st April 2019 and 1st July 2019. Background. Creativity is regarded as one of the most desirable qualities; it involves divergent and convergent thinking.
  MRes in Understanding the drivers of biodiversity potential in urban ponds
  Dr R Briers, Dr J Dodd
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Urban freshwater ecosystems are similarly often characterised as impacted and with limited biological life. Throughout the last century however, urban water quality has been improving, with concomitant changes in biological diversity.
  Dinoflagellate cysts and palaeoenvironmental change during Cretaceous oceanic anoxic events: a study of OAE1a
  Prof I Jarvis, Prof G Gillmore
Applications accepted all year round
This project will study Cretaceous dinoflagellate cysts. It seeks to understand relationships between dinocysts, a proxy for marine nutrient availability and organic zooplankton fertility, and episodes of black shale (petroleum source rock) deposition during Oceanic Anoxic Events (OAEs) in the mid-Cretaceous.
  Reconstructing lost worlds – Quaternary continental Ostracoda as tools in geoarchaeology
  Dr P Frenzel
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Ostracods are one of the main palaeontological proxies in Quaternary continental systems because of their ecological sensitiveness, wide distribution, often high abundance and high diversity.
  Biology of the invasive Chinese mitten crab in the river Thames
  Prof D Morritt
Applications accepted all year round
The Chinese mitten crab, Eriocheir sinensis, is an invasive brachyuran crab species (one of the top 100 most invasive species) that is now well established in the River Thames and tributaries.
  Does pheromone monitoring of rare moths increase connectivity to nature, scientific engagement and wellbeing in school pupils in urban and rural areas?
  Prof A Gange
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
This project will form part of the RHUL schools and biodiversity project and centre around improving and monitoring an aspect of biodiversity whilst monitoring the connectivity to nature, wellbeing and science engagement of school children.
  Development of a Model Based Systems Engineering Framework / Ecosystem to Support “Resilience Engineering” for Complex Automotive Systems
  Research Group: Automotive Research Centre‌
  Prof F Campean
Applications accepted all year round
The design paradigm for automotive systems faces significant challenges from the evolution towards the vision of the future car as a mobile smart device that is substantively defined by its symbiotic interaction and integration with its environment, supporting increased levels of autonomy as well as user-centric service innovation.
  Patient-reported healing outcomes for venous leg ulcers
  Prof N Cullum, Dr J Dumville
Applications accepted all year round
Venous leg ulcers are a common, chronic and debilitating condition. For patients these open wounds, caused by venous hypertension, are painful, at risk of infection and limit health-related quality of life.
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