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  Clean hydrogen production via solar activated water splitting
  Prof P Kelly, Dr M Ratova
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
To produce, using magnetron sputtering deposition techniques, efficient visible-light active thin film photocatalysts capable of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen.
  Nanomaterial composite synthesis to achieve and investigate visible light active photo and electro catalysts
  Dr G Dawson
Applications accepted all year round
The objectives of this research are to prepare TiO2 nanotubes by anodization, and tailor their optical properties through doping to prepare a visible light active photocatalyst for water splitting and investigate the photoelectrochemical properties of the composites.
  Reactions in Deep Eutectic Solvents: Time-resolved studies of structure control via solvent bonding
  Prof K Edler
Application Deadline: 23 April 2019
Deep eutectic solvents (DES) have recently emerged as exciting alternatives to replace toxic organic solvents with cheap, environmentally benign, bio-inspired liquids in a range of chemical processes.
  Understanding Heteroatom doped graphene electrocatalysts
  Dr Alex Walton, Prof R Dryfe
Application Deadline: 1 May 2019
The development of new electrocatalysts is essential for the development of many new energy technologies (such as fuel cells, electrochemical water splitting technologies and air batteries).
  Computational design of metal-organic framework photocatalysts for solar fuel synthesis
  Dr R Grau-Crespo
Applications accepted all year round
"Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are porous crystalline materials consisting of metal atoms or clusters connected by organic linkers.
  Photocatalytic solar energy conversion
  Dr R E Douthwaite
Applications accepted all year round
There is a clear need to develop processes that minimise the consumption of limited energy resources and reduce waste detrimental to the environment.
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